If there was a prize for the best firesuit, Joey Logano would have it after sporting a suit styled to look like … well, a suit, complete with jacket and tie.
It’s time to look at which drivers should be concerned about their status with their current rides, starting with the ones most likely to be on the move soon.
Why was Joey Logano taking this not so shocking finish to the race so hard?
After seven months, car owner Rick Hendrick reached a milestone that only one other team has ever reached: 200 Cup Series wins.
In the end, Joe Gibbs Racing took the trophy, but it wasn’t Denny Hamlin. That honor instead went to Joey Logano and it didn’t come without controversy.
Friday looked like Denny Hamlin’s night, but the Lady in Black proved to be a fickle dance partner.
One thing that you would never see back in the day at Darlington was a two-tire pit stop.
Here is Who’s Hot and Who’s Not in NASCAR after Richmond.
Bristol’s future simply seems murky, decisions made in the name of balancing fans with the wishes of the drivers and everyone else involved in the sport.
Did You Notice? Parity in the Cup Series only goes so far and can hurt the sport as well as help it?
Martin Truex Jr. may have had his strongest performance in years, but was it enough to put him at the top of our Power Rankings?
Jeff Gordon and Kasey Kahne are out of the cold in this week’s edition of Who’s Hot/Who’s Not.