The new face of the Chase was the 1.5-mile cookie cutter in Chicagoland and the 400-miler played out just as anyone would have expected.
Read this week’s Power Rankings to find out if your favorite driver was able to stay afloat through Tropical Storm Lee.
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?
FACT: Dale Earnhardt Jr. is Making the Chase
There are two sides to every story, and this week’s “huh?” actually goes to both sides of the same issue: pit-road timing.
BRISTOL, Tenn. – Brad Keselowski technically has not locked up a spot in the Chase after winning his third race of 2011, but it is really just a formality.
Tempers, as is often the case with the twisties, were at a premium after the race with Boris Said and Greg Biffle getting involved in a little contretemps.
Marcos Ambrose finally found his way to victory lane Monday, taking charge in a green-white-checkered finish to conquer his personal demons at Watkins Glen.
After a dominating day, it was Kyle Busch’s own mistake on a green-white-checkered restart that cost him the win at the Glen.
this is a NASCAR column, so we’ll discuss what happened in Watkins Glen. Rain, bent sheetmetal, rain, short tempers, rain and well, more rain. And fog.
Hot tempers, cooler temperatures, and tons of bent sheetmetal aside, let’s take a look at the drivers with (and without) momentum heading out of Pocono.
NASCAR is about the fans and in the age of 24/7 media, drivers need to work hard to keep the fanbase engaged and develop their own brand.