The Aaron’s 499 saw more terminal engine failures than any race this year, with four.
For the 16th consecutive race, a Cup regular bested the Nationwide Series field at the Richmond International Raceway.
After a lengthy hiatus from regular racing, the next big challenge for the Nationwide Renaissance is on the horizon … taking back Richmond.
Sam Hornish Jr. sat down with Amy Henderson at Bristol to discuss his aggressive style behind the wheel.
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.
Before I get too caught up in the day-by-day minutiae of the soap opera that is NASCAR, here are my 12 wishes for the 2012 season.
With Kurt Busch out at Penske, here’s a look at the most likely candidates to take the slot.
ONE: Sam Hornish Jr.’s 2011 Season Makes Him a Dangerous Title Threat
At least the race wasn’t the wreck-fest we all feared. Carl Edwards and Tony Stewart kept their respective fans on their feet most of the afternoon.
Brad Keselowski noted that Sam Hornish Jr. “has paid a lot of dues” in NASCAR and it was certainly a well-deserved victory that Hornish claimed this Saturday.
Here’s five rides that absolutely need to happen for the Nationwide ranks in 2012.