At Richmond, there were drivers who had a lot to be thankful for, along with drivers who most definitely had reasons for Running Their Mouth.
This week, here’s a sneak peek at what they all were thinking following the Goody’s Fast Relief 500 in Martinsville, Va.
Kevin Harvick was able to move under Dale Earnhardt Jr. with four laps to go to score his second straight win and become the first repeat winner of 2011.
Good old Martinsville, taking it to the modernity of today’s NASCAR. Beating, banging, tires that wear out and the only driver happy was the race winner.
Fontana looked like another Kyle Busch display of dominance Sunday, back-to-back sweeps seemingly a mere formality for about the first 350 miles.
Saturday’s NASCAR Nationwide Series race was a bit more competitive since Kyle Busch wasn’t as dominant as he was in Sunday’s Cup Series event.
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.
There has been some talk of a NASCAR racing series for women recently. Is such a series necessary in this day and age?
Both the NASCAR Nationwide and Sprint Cup Series were off this weekend, but the NASCAR Camping World Truck Series headed to Darlington Raceway.
Kasey Kahne took the checkered flag 1.116 seconds ahead of Ron Hornaday Jr. to win the Too Tough to Tame 200 Saturday evening at Darlington Raceway.
Darlington Raceway, who now is several years off a repave, is starting to show her old face again.
Carl Edwards won at Phoenix in the fall and was gunning to do it again, setting a track record in the process of winning the pole.