JTG Daugherty Racing is entering the 2012 season with higher expectations than ever.
2011 was more of the same, with just two top 10s and only six laps led for Bobby Labonte, who’s running like he’s long past his prime.
Joe Gibbs is well prepared to handle the Kyle Busch situation correctly, as he has more experience than any car owner dealing with high-strung individuals.
THREE: MWR’s Not Even Trying to Keep “The Franchise” on the Payroll
With seven races left in the Chase, Kansas marks a critical spot in the battle for the season championship.
Let’s sort through the drivers who have (or don’t have) momentum heading into next weekend at Kansas Speedway.
Strategy has always played a role in the outcome of Sprint Cup races, but in 2011, it’s more important than ever.
Did You Notice? Why so many races have switched towards a fuel-mileage strategy?
The Brickyard 400 sits behind only the Daytona 500 on most driver wish lists.
Jimmie Johnson finished fifth, wondering what might have been if he’d had the closing laps to race for the win instead of to recover at Loudon.
Welcome to another edition of Running Their Mouth, with some of the best quotes of this past week at Infineon Raceway in Sonoma.
Remember Trevor Bayne? Daytona 500 champion? New face of NASCAR? The driver who disappeared from NASCAR?