I hear all the time that many of the races on the NASCAR Cup circuit need to be shorter. Well, you get your wish this weekend.
Not only did Jimmie Johnson maintain his first-place position in unanimous fashion, he maintains a rather healthy points lead in our Power Rankings after Texas.
The Texas Tea Party we all witnessed Sunday ended up tasting like fuel, as Kurt Busch claimed his second season victory in the Dickies 500.
This week, here’s a sneak peek at what they all were thinking following the Dickies 500 at Texas Motor Speedway.
Running out of gas is a part of racing, but never has it played more of a role in NASCAR than within the last 2-3 years.
If last weekend’s race at Talladega was disappointing for fans and drivers, this weekend’s Dickies 500 was full of excitement from the drop of the green flag.
Our pollsters were left scratching their heads and putting the pieces together the best they could after a typical Talladega finish.
One thing that is being said about Jamie McMurray that shouldn’t be said, is that he lucked into his victory at Talladega.
After tackling the bullring of Martinsville, stock car racing’s best now return to the annual “lottery,” 500 miles of knee-buckling action at Talladega.
Did You Notice? Both Busch brothers caused their crew chiefs to burn out at the same time?
Although he didn’t win on Sunday, Jimmie Johnson continued his death grip on the top spot in the Power Rankings with his second-place finish at Martinsville.
Why has Jimmie Johnson and his Lowe’s team won the last three championships? Logic here says it’s because the tracks play to their strengths. I say otherwise.