Tony Stewart finished second to Greg Biffle at Pocono for his third runner-up finish of 2010.
This week, here’s a sneak peek at what they all were thinking following the LifeLock.com 400 at Chicagoland Speedway.
Since Robby Gordon already got recognition for his bonehead move, the one left to hum this tune after Chicago was Martin Truex Jr.
What do Kurt Busch, Alan Kulwicki and Rusty Wallace have in common? They’re the only Cup champs without a Daytona or Talladega victory in the plate era.
Once NASCAR implemented the Lucky Dog rule, double-file restarts, as they stand today, should have been implemented immediately.
Martin Truex Jr. has got some really impressive numbers in New Hampshire. In eight races, he’s got four top 10s, three of which are top fives.
Sunday’s race (June 27) at New Hampshire might turn out to be a Nightmare on Bahre Street for some who have done others wrong in recent weeks.
So what can we learn from 110 laps of playing the feud at Sonoma? They say only the strong survive, but in this case strong gets replaced with strongarm.
The fact is, NASCAR has boxed their competitors into this demolition derby sort of exhibition week after week.
Jeff Gordon knows that racking up top fives isn’t going to get it done at this point.
This week, here’s a sneak peek at what they all were thinking following the Toyota/Save Mart 350K at Infineon Raceway in Sonoma.
This season could very well be called the year of the rivalries, and Sunday’s Sonoma race (June 20) lived up to the hype.