Tony Stewart proved he can not only talk the talk, but walk the walk, in terms of his championship pursuit.
While Tony Stewart and Carl Edwards are clearly the hottest drivers right now, there are a few competitors who deserve recognition for their recent finishes.
Here are six drivers who are probably already looking forward to getting back on the track next year.
Well NASCAR’s plans to break up the tandem racing with a larger restrictor plate and lower pressure cooling systems didn’t work too well, did it?
Talladega provides a bigger challenge for fantasy owners than any other race in the Chase for the Sprint Cup for one reason: unpredictability.
Is it just me, or is everyone still as clueless about the Chase as we were back in February?
There is no better place, except Talladega of course, than Charlotte to take a gamble.
Casey Atwood is the poster child for being thrown into the limelight too early, and then tossed away when things don’t go right.
Max Gresham is now, and always will be, a NASCAR champion. Whether he’s a more developed driver as a result? That remains to be seen.
let’s take a look at the “hot” drivers heading into this weekend’s events at the Monster Mile.
Fantasy NASCAR is all about picking the right drivers at the right times.
Who knew a fractured ankle could be such a motivator for Brad Keselowski? I feel like this injury could possibly start a new trend. A horrible, painful trend.