Sunday’s Shelby American had two cautions thrown due to issues with the caution lights.
Certainly, my favorite story from the Fontana weekend was that of Dave Blaney and PRISM Motorsports.
Despite a relatively quiet Speedweeks, Martin Truex Jr.’s first points race for Michael Waltrip Racing was one of the biggest surprises of Sunday’s 500.
This week, here’s a sneak peek at what they all were thinking following the Great American Race, the Daytona 500.
With qualifying out of the way and the Gatorade Duels upon us this week, it’s just a matter of days before the 2010 NASCAR season officially begins.
Anyone that’s read my Nationwide Series coverage over the course of the 2009 season knows that it’s been hard to find positive things to say.
With Kyle Busch holding a commanding lead coming into the final races of the season, Carl Edwards drove at Phoenix like he still had a shot.
The ESPN crew in the booth on Saturday made the claim that Kyle Busch was on such a rail that they ought to rename Texas Motor Speedway “Kyle Busch Speedway.”
The Kroger on Track for the Cure 250 at Memphis Motorsports Park was a race that several wheelmen could have won as the lead was swapped by eight drivers.
John Andretti reached a low for 2009 with a poor showing in the NASCAR Banking 500, allowing Red Bull to draw closer to the 35th position in owner points.
CONCORD, N.C. – No twists to this plot. The No. 18 car ran on a rail all night long and Kyle Busch scored an easy victory on Friday night outside Charlotte.
Did You Notice? How easy it’s gotten to use NASCAR’s wave-around rule to stay on the lead lap?