As 2011 comes to a close, it’s only fitting that Tony Stewart was the driver to end Jimmie Johnson’s five-year reign.
There have been a number of changes to Phoenix, but it still a relatively flat 1-mile track.
Check out this week’s Power Rankings to see if your favorite driver was able to keep his six shooters loaded or if they fired all their rounds two weeks early.
Hot/Not takes a look at who else is achieving their own 2012 goals in different ways while examining others who are stumbling to the finish line in shame.
There was a lot of shuffling at the top on Sunday, but in the end, Martin Truex Jr. had what may be the quietest top 10 of all.
Did You Notice? There’s a long list of winless wheelmen still looking to snap their victory drought this season?
While Tony Stewart and Carl Edwards are clearly the hottest drivers right now, there are a few competitors who deserve recognition for their recent finishes.
Let’s sort through the drivers who have (or don’t have) momentum heading into next weekend at Kansas Speedway.
Thanks to a newly-inked contract, Goodyear is the exclusive tire provider for NASCAR through 2017. No competition to make Goodyear’s product better.
Miles the Monster is a Goliath figure, and he got the better of NASCAR’s Davids this Sunday.
Gaining double-digit positions over the course of a race isn’t easy and at Dover it’s even harder.
DOVER, Del. – Martin Truex Jr. put his No. 56 NAPA Toyota on the pole for Sunday’s AAA 400 at Dover (Oct. 2). It was Truex’s second pole at the Monster Mile.