One of the fastest races in recent Nationwide Series memory saw Brad Keselowski all but untouchable on Saturday afternoon.
Carl Edwards rebounded from a mid-race pit road speeding penalty to score his fifth win of the 2011 Nationwide Series season at Nashville.
When the invocation gets more attention than Carl Edwards’s sixth career Nashville victory, that’s kind of a mixed blessing.
There wasn’t a soul coming into Michigan race weekend that would dare question just how stout Roush Fenway Racing’s Ford Mustangs were.
Pit strategy was the only means for the teams fighting the owner points battle to secure any TV time even over a four-hour broadcast at Pocono.
After wins at Phoenix and Pocono, coupled with a strong run at Kansas, it looks like Jeff Gordon just might have punched his wildcard ticket to the Chase.
Dale Earnhardt Jr. has been the ultimate tease for his fans recently.
CONCORD, N.C. – It seems that Kyle Busch has found his Nationwide Series nemesis at Charlotte Motor Speedway and thy name is Kenseth.
RICHMOND, Va. – A week removed from an event that saw four of six yellow flags at Nashville fly for invisible debris, the opposite happened at Richmond Friday.
Talladega ended in a manner that Nationwide Series fans are sick of seeing; Kyle Busch went to victory lane, with underdog Mike Wallace on his roof in turn 3.
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Carl Edwards easily defended his race win from last fall at Texas, scoring Ford’s first W after switching to their new CoT Mustang.