Check out this week’s Power Rankings to see how your favorite driver sits after making his primetime debut down in Texas.
NASCAR’s classic short track in Martinsville, Va., on the schedule since 1949, treated us to one of the best races of the season Sunday.
Fontana looked like another Kyle Busch display of dominance Sunday, back-to-back sweeps seemingly a mere formality for about the first 350 miles.
As often happens at Fontana, there was no real villain, because for the first 190 laps, there wasn’t much close racing.
After the standings were thrown into the mixer that is Bristol, read on to see how this week’s Power Rankings have shaken out for your Frontstretch experts.
It was Carl Edwards who was able to celebrate after Tony Stewart let victory slip from his grasp in Las Vegas.
Q: Can Juan Pablo Montoya break through for his first career oval victory in Las Vegas?
Very few people would have thought about Phoenix if you asked them where to see the Big One in a Cup race, but there it was all over the backstretch on Sunday.
Not since Jamie McMurray won his second race at Charlotte has someone won in their Cup career as quickly as Trevor Bayne did in taking the Daytona 500.
For the feel-good stories, for the final-lap drama, Thursday’s Duel at Daytona was more ominous in whetting appetites for the upcoming 500 and 2011 season.
After more than three years, Juan Pablo Montoya racked up his second career Cup win, this one coming on the winding road course in the wine country of New York.
Sad but true: the 2010 NASCAR racing season, for all intents and purposes, is over.