Jimmie Johnson finally beat back a pesky Jeff Gordon after a series of frantic restarts over the final 15 laps of the race at Fontana.
Joey Logano started out the Pepsi 500 weekend with a controversial Nationwide win, one that involved an alleged purposeful bump from Greg Biffle.
Just as expected, the Joe Gibbs Racing Toyotas stole the show on Saturday at Fontana, though not as they normally do.
On Sunday, ESPN on ABC televised the Price Chopper 400. This race was preceded by quite possibly the best pre-race features of the entire season
Tony Stewart and his team elected to change two tires on the final stop to take the lead and held off a determined challenge from Jeff Gordon to win at Kansas.
Brad Keselowski was clearly the class of the rookie field on Sunday, and would have done even better if it weren’t for the bad luck in the pits.
For the fourth time this season, Logano passed Busch with less than 10 laps to go and went on to victory in the Nationwide Series, this time at Kansas Speedway.
Since Earnhardt’s death, risk aversion has been the goal for NASCAR drivers, uncomfortable at times with the consequences of pushing a car to its ragged edge.
10. How could Tony treat his old car like that!?
Surprise, surprise… Jimmie Johnson is the early favorite to win the Cup Series title. The three-time defending Chase champ dominated the AAA 400 at Dover.
This week, here’s a peek at what they all were thinking following the AAA 400 at Dover International Speedway.
Jimmie Johnson took the lead on lap 176 and was never headed at Dover.