For Juan Pablo Montoya, 2009 marks the year that he has become, by every measure, a stock car driver.
The flavor of the month syndrome seems to have hit home hardest during the 2009 NASCAR Chase for the Championship.
NASCAR is considering a move to two-day shows in 2010 as a cost-cutting measure for teams. Will this help teams and keep the fans happy?
Dover’s Monster Mile had no mercy for our poll this week, with its slick track and tough tire compound leading to poor finishes for drivers on last week’s list.
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.
Jimmie Johnson took the lead on lap 176 and was never headed at Dover.
Coming into Dover, Juan Montoya averaged a 24.4 average finish with just one top 10 in five starts, but closed out Sunday with a solid fourth place.
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Juan Pablo Montoya says Mark Martin played dirty at the end of the Cup race at Loudon. Is he a sore loser or did Mark’s reputation let him get away with one?
The first Chase race is finally behind us, with Mark Martin earning his season-high fifth win of the season in Loudon, N.H.
All told, it was a damn fine weekend for Juan Pablo Montoya.