This NASCAR offseason brought us a carousel of crew chief changes, with many top teams starting 2012 with a different driver/head wrench combination.
Earnhardt-Ganassi Racing With Felix Sabates kicks of 2012 with something many teams don’t have: full sponsorship for both of the team’s cars.
Experience is always a good teacher and Juan Pablo Montoya had a front-row seat for what was an exciting and hyper-competitive Sprint Cup season in 2011.
Normally I would side against picking anyone battling for a title. That is, until this year.
Talladega provides a bigger challenge for fantasy owners than any other race in the Chase for the Sprint Cup for one reason: unpredictability.
ONE: Is Brad Keselowski the Juan Pablo Montoya of the 2011 Chase?
let’s take a look at the “hot” drivers heading into this weekend’s events at the Monster Mile.
Jeff Gordon, in a classic display of good, hard and clean racing, held off a determined Jimmie Johnson to earn his 85th career victory in the Advocare 500.
Here’s a sneak peek at what they all were thinking following the rain-delayed AdvoCare 500 at Atlanta Motor Speedway.
Familiarity returned to the Sprint Cup Series with Kyle Busch pulling into victory lane, one of the “hot” drivers at this point of the season.
After tragically fumbling away victory at Sonoma a year ago, finally Marcos Ambrose broke through and scored Cup win number one.
The idea of adding a road course to NASCAR’s Chase has been floated about almost as long as there has been a Chase.