The restrictor-plate roulette wheel turned tragic Saturday (July 2) for some of NASCAR’s most successful superstars at Daytona.
At Daytona and Talladega, it’s almost a guarantee that several innocent drivers will end up in the wall, and several of those can ill afford the repair bills.
Daytona featured a track-record 74 lead changes in February and Talladega featured a track-record 88 lead changes in April.
Here is a look at some of the drivers that could be affected by the recent NASCAR silly season recent rumors.
Was Denny Hamlin’s first win of the season at Michigan enough to vault him into the top spot in the Power Rankings?
The big controversy of the afternoon at Michigan was between Hendrick Motorsports teammates Martin and Earnhardt following a late-race incident.
What does make a NASCAR Hall of Famer?
Roush Fenway Racing’s Greg Biffle was only a few laps from victory when he had to pull his No. 16 down pit road in the final laps of the 600.
One of NASCAR’s savviest car owners may have realized that, at Mark Martin’s age, the chances of him remaining a championship contender are slim to none.
Even on a quiet All-Star night, enough contenders pulled away from pretenders for our panel of NASCAR experts to switch up the poll.
Four-hundred miles at Dover looked like it was going to be a battle with Mother Nature; instead, Sunday (May 15) turned into a war with Goodyear.
It’s not every weekend you see an underdog head to NASCAR victory lane — unless it’s 2011.