The inaugural NASCAR Hall of Fame class was announced this week, but it seems a number of fans were unhappy with the selection.
NASCAR has a driver a lot like Dale Earnhardt. The driver is Juan Pablo Montoya.
Jimmie Johnson’s win at Auto Club moved him into the points lead. With Hendrick-supported cars 1-2-4-5 in the standings, is this Hendrick’s Chase to lose?
After scoring another victory at his home track, Jimmie Johnson put a major stranglehold on the top spot following Chase race number four at Fontana.
Another fall race in Fontana and for the third straight year victory (and in this case, the points lead) went to Jimmie Johnson, Chad Knaus and company.
This week, here’s a peek at what they all were thinking following the Pepsi 500 at Auto Club Speedway in Fontana, Calif.
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.
Fact: There was a noticeable black piece of debris on the backstretch, which looked like a chunk of rubber.
More than a few NASCAR fans were up in arms over an admonishment from race stewards to a non-Chase driver after getting an eyeful of the No. 42 Target Chevrolet.
Racing at Kansas Speedway saw Tony Stewart regain his winning form, capturing the Price Chopper 400 for his fourth career trip to victory lane as driver/owner.
There have been more defining races at Kansas Speedway than Sunday’s Price Chopper 400 – where everyone left with virtually the status quo.
This week, here’s a peek at what they all were thinking following the Price Chopper 400 presented by Kraft Foods at Kansas Speedway.