Holding off Mark Martin on the final two restarts of the afternoon, Ricky Stenhouse Jr.’s No. 6 proved to be the class of the field.
Track position was king at the Phoenix International Raceway on Saturday and it proved to be the nemesis of a dominant Kevin Harvick.
James Buescher came from 11th place entering turn 4 only to emerge unscathed down the frontstretch, taking his first career NASCAR victory.
Despite leading a race-high 157 laps, Carl Edwards couldn’t close the deal for the final six.
Even as the big guns were busy at work for 400 miles at Kansas, it was a surprisingly solid day for those at the back end of the garage.
Carl Edwards powered by polesitter Elliott Sadler on lap 11 and never looked back, leading 179 circuits en route to a commanding win.
Chicago marked the first weekend of a 10-race battle between David and Goliath. Who came out on top in this week’s edition of how the cookie cutter crumbled?
One of the fastest races in recent Nationwide Series memory saw Brad Keselowski all but untouchable on Saturday afternoon.
Was Richmond a weekend for the underdogs or the latest bump in the road for the rest of the Cup field?
At one point Tuesday, the perfect blend of Mother Nature combined with late-race fuel strategy nearly produced NASCAR’s upset winner of the decade.
Kyle Busch scored his 50th career Nationwide Series victory under the lights at Bristol on Friday night (Aug. 27)
Landon Cassill learned a hard rookie lesson at Indy: no matter how wide the straightaways are, it’s impossible to go into the corner four-wide.