In a word: dominating. That’s how one could describe Tony Stewart’s run at Darlington in the Diamond Hill Plywood 200 Friday night.
In what’s a running theme in the Nationwide Series , Busch led for 133 laps en route to his second consecutive win during Friday’s Bashas’ Supermarkets 200.
Kyle Busch took the lead for the fourth and final time on lap 158 and was never seriously challenged down the stretch as he scored his first series win of the season in the O’Reilly 300 at Texas Motor Speedway.
The first off week of the season allowed our staff to take a look at the other racing series that NASCAR has to offer; as such, they did a little ranking of some other drivers that the fans love to follow. Whether they are seasoned veterans in the waning years of their career, or young …
In the end, Matt Kenseth was able to hold off a hard-charging Kevin Harvick through a green-white-checkered finish at Atlanta to take the Nicorette 300, his 24th career Nationwide Series win.
12 drivers were running almost 700 miles after delay of the Cup race. It didn’t make much difference to Tony Stewart, who ran away with the Stater Brothers 300.
Dodge took six of the top-10 spots in the Daytona 500. Were the Dodges merely in the right place at the right time or are they going to be a force this year?
The Dollar General 300 at Charlotte was once again the playground of the Buschwhackers, as Greg Biffle and Carl Edwards dueled at the front of the pack.
Jason Keller has been racing in the Busch Series for 17 years. Over that time he has won 10 races, scored 81 top fives and 161 top 10s. He has sat on the pole 11 times and his best career points finish was second in 2000 and 2002. The most impressive statistic of all of …
Dale Jarrett is set to announce his future plans this week. Is cutting short his tenure with MWR the right thing to do?
The Buschwhackers put on a heck of a show Saturday in Kansas. The race started with Denny Hamlin and Carl Edwards having a great duel.
I have a few observations on things going on in the Busch Series, specifically concerning Jason Keller, Busch Series veterans, rookies and the fans.