In his post-race comments, Casey Mears said, “Our top priority is being in the Top 35 and we were able to make that happen tonight.”
Ken Schrader did not complete a lap in the top 15 throughout the race, but he did successfully complete the event.
Trevor Bayne’s week of wonder came to a crashing end at Phoenix after last week’s fairytale Daytona 500 victory.
It’s Daytona. The first race of the year at a track that generates racing unlike any other venue on the circuit. It’s wild. Adventuresome.
Heading to Daytona, let’s take a look at all who benefited from an owner points swap this offseason.
Andy Lally’s road-racing expertise came into play in August, scoring what became a season-high 18th-place finish in only his third Cup career start.
With the bubble points battle all but locked up, it was time for NASCAR teams to let it all hang out and end their 2010 campaigns on a high note.
Would the bubble drivers have a chance to take the first step at Texas? Read on to find out in this week’s edition of the Bubble Breakdown!
Robby Gordon returned to his No. 7 at New Hampshire, but without sponsor ExtenZe, would he have a chance to keep his team’s Top-35 prospects strong?
The biggest gainer among this week’s bubble contingent was Marcos Ambrose, whose third-place finish gained the No. 47 team 90 points of cushion.
Monday’s race at Watkins Glen did not provide many answers as far as the Chase is concerned. Most contenders finished well enough at Watkins Glen to keep the points race tight, despite many eyes trained on road-course ringers like Boris Said, Andy Lally and Ron Fellows to pull off some upsets. However, when push came to …
Well, once again we were forced to wait until Monday for the race because for some reason NASCAR feels that it is absolutely necessary to get the entire pre-race show in. I remember back in the day, flipping the race on at 12:30 p.m., expecting to see the pre-race show, and instead found the pace laps in progress because weather was threatening. Guess we’ll never see that kind of common sense anymore… but I digress.