Did Menard make it into the Power Rankings after his unlikely Brickyard 400 win for himself and his family at the Indianapolis Motor Speedway?
10. Jeff Gordon mistakenly thought Paul Menard was a lap down and backed off. Who knew?
TWO: Is Ford’s Overwhelming Bid to Keep Edwards the Right Move?
With six races to go until the NASCAR Sprint Chase for the Cup cutoff begins, the major NASCAR touring series all invaded Indianapolis.
Remember back when the Brickyard 400 used to draw a standing room only 300,000 fans?
Five years. 167 starts. Four different NASCAR Sprint Cup organizations. For Paul Menard, the numbers were adding up everywhere but the victory column.
After 160 laps of racing in the Brickyard 400, the question fairly begged to be asked: did the finish of the race justify the previous 140 laps or so?
Let this officially be the end of all the talk of Paul Menard, according to detractors, only being in NASCAR on account of his father’s money.
Paul Menard finally fulfilled his father’s dream of 35 years, winning at Indianapolis.
Paul Menard sat down with Frontstretch’s Phil Allaway at Daytona to talk a little bit about his season and how the team has gotten out of the gate so quickly.
Carl Edwards lost the points lead on Saturday night at Daytona – did he also lose the top spot in the Power Rankings to new top dog Kevin Harvick?
The restrictor-plate roulette wheel turned tragic Saturday (July 2) for some of NASCAR’s most successful superstars at Daytona.