Check out this week’s Power Rankings to see where the experts place your favorite with just eight races left to go on the year.
Once again, Mother Nature decided that it’s just not right for NASCAR to be run on Sundays and postponed the race to another Monday morning extravaganza.
“It is huge; I had a migraine all day yesterday so I am kinda glad we didn’t race.” – Tony Stewart, race winner
Did You Notice? NASCAR gets so focused on the postseason we often forget there’s 31 other cars on the grid each week?
With his 85th career victory, there is little doubt that Gordon is one of the finest drivers ever to grace the seat of a stock car.
Was Brad Keselowski’s win good enough for him to barrel from outside the Power Rankings at the start of the month to our top spot?
Who knew a fractured ankle could be such a motivator for Brad Keselowski? I feel like this injury could possibly start a new trend. A horrible, painful trend.
Read this week’s Power Rankings to see if your favorite driver moved up after a good tire call at the end or if they slid down after their engine let them down.
We are starting to witness the impact NASCAR’s new “wildcard” rule has had on the drivers and races this season.
A month ago, David Ragan was on top of the world.
He had won a race, was in the top 20 in points and seemed like momentum was clearly on his side to make the Chase, if not as a wild card then as a member of the top 10 in points.
That was a month ago.
On Sunday, Ragan crashed out of the race at Pocono, and in so doing, made his road to the Chase that much bumpier.
Did Menard make it into the Power Rankings after his unlikely Brickyard 400 win for himself and his family at the Indianapolis Motor Speedway?
We’ve all heard about lame-duck drivers this season – but what about lame-duck crew chiefs?