Was Brad Keselowski’s performance enough to get him back inside the Power Rankings?
Elliott Sadler stayed out on the final caution to win the Ford EcoBoost 300 by 1.159 seconds over Kasey Kahne.
Was Stewart’s Sin City success enough to impress our writers and put him atop our Power Rankings?
Even though we are only two weeks in, there are already several drivers who should be optimistic about the weeks ahead while others need to be concerned.
After the “now I’ve seen everything” week that was Daytona, Sunday rolled around and it was business as usual at Phoenix International Raceway.
Even though the actual on-track action was far overshadowed by the delays, Matt Kenseth was able to pull through and win his second Daytona 500.
Who will emerge above the fray in year two, post Five-Time Dominance?
Kyle Busch was nearly spun out twice and avoided three of the Big One-type crashes to win his first Bud Shootout.
Let’s get right to it, more offseason observations that will have your Cupid arrows pumped with information, not infatuation about the upcoming 2012 season.
There are no changes to Joe Gibbs Racing’s Sprint Cup driver lineup for 2102, but several key positions changed hands.
There weren’t many high points for Joey Logano in 2011, as he authored his worst season in his three years as a full-time Cup driver.
As 2011 comes to a close, it’s only fitting that Tony Stewart was the driver to end Jimmie Johnson’s five-year reign.