Read this week’s Power Rankings and see if your driver was eating lobster or wondering why his tire bead melted in Loudon.
Once again the NASCAR Sprint Cup Series race came down to fuel mileage, Kyle Busch won the Nationwide race and the Truck race was the best.
Yep. Seems like just another day at the office for NASCAR Nation.
However, Busch would be too obvious of a choice for a “hot” driver, as would his fellow NASCAR winners this weekend, Ryan Newman and Matt Crafton. Congratulations to all three of them, but we’re going to take a look at some of the less obvious choices in this edition of Who’s Hot/Who’s Not.
Ryan Newman managed to clear Clint Bowyer on fresher tires following a lap 229 restart and never looked back, scoring his third career victory at Loudon.
Did the strength of Kyle Busch’s victory, pushing him ahead of Kevin Harvick in points, have him climbing to the top in our weekly Power Rankings?
Bruton Smith himself needs to be the face of Kentucky Speedway’s recovery, tackling major issues.
Even if a win at Kentucky Speedway’s inaugural event was significant, it’s not as though Kyle Busch isn’t familiar with winning.
Is Joey Logano really a shoo-in to be a favorite at Kentucky?
Since NASCAR’s Cup Series has never visited Kentucky, there are many unknowns heading into the weekend.
While it was reported earlier this year that Ford was submitting the Mustang nameplate for the 2013 Sprint Cup season, the Blue Oval has backtracked.
Carl Edwards lost the points lead on Saturday night at Daytona – did he also lose the top spot in the Power Rankings to new top dog Kevin Harvick?
What began as quiet rumors about discontent in the Home Depot camp regarding Joey Logano has become one of the lead stories of Silly Season.
The restrictor-plate roulette wheel turned tragic Saturday (July 2) for some of NASCAR’s most successful superstars at Daytona.