Carl Edwards easily defended his race win from last fall at Texas, scoring Ford’s first W after switching to their new CoT Mustang.
The NASCAR Cup Series took the weekend off, so the Power Rankings this week is going to take a look at the drivers who wheel their vehicles in other series.
Both the NASCAR Nationwide and Sprint Cup series were back in action again this weekend at Las Vegas Motor Speedway.
A blown Goodyear entering turn 1 coming to the checkers left the door wide open for Mark Martin to extend his all-time lead in Nationwide wins to 49.
“There’s really no way to change anything more than we’ve changed,” says Justin Allgaier of his new home at Turner Motorsports.
The 2011 Nationwide Series is ready to kick off with a renewed focus on the development of its members as the future stars of the Sprint Cup Series.
Did You Notice? Besides the Chase, there’s plenty of other NASCAR associations coming to an end this weekend?
The Nationwide Series, on the other hand, was officially decided last week at Texas, with Brad Keselowski taking this year’s title.
Carl Edwards led early and often, running up front for 153 laps en route to an easy five-second victory in the Wypall 200 at the Phoenix International Raceway.
The AAA Texas 500 was almost a fight. It might have been one if NASCAR officials hadn’t stepped in. The real surprise was the participants.
Friday was a good day for the Nationwide Series. Whether it goes down as a good day or the start of something bigger remains to be seen.
With Brad Keselowski set to end the Nationwide Series season, it’s only fitting that this week Frontstretch recaps the top-10 moments for the Series.