After a dominating day, it was Kyle Busch’s own mistake on a green-white-checkered restart that cost him the win at the Glen.
this is a NASCAR column, so we’ll discuss what happened in Watkins Glen. Rain, bent sheetmetal, rain, short tempers, rain and well, more rain. And fog.
“I’m more upset with Greg Biffle. He is the most unprofessional little scardey cat I’ve ever seen in my life.” – Boris Said
After a green-white-checkered restart, Marcos Ambrose immediately pressured Keselowski and executed a bump-and-run to get by for the lead and win in turn 9.
A Kurt Busch sweep of the road courses, much like Kyle Busch did in 2008, is a real possibility this weekend.
Did You Notice? Why so many races have switched towards a fuel-mileage strategy?
Racing within his means, David Gilliland navigated through some nasty wrecks and gave his organization a major confidence boost.
Boris Said has consistently been a factor in road-course races in NASCAR and has been known to get the most out of any racecar he steps into.
It’s that time of year again, NASCAR fans, where the Sprint Cup Series travels to wine country for the first of two road-course races on the schedule.
Undoubtedly, going by the statistics, finishing eighth at Sonoma in June would have to be considered the zenith of Boris Said’s 2010 NASCAR Cup season.
With Brad Keselowski set to end the Nationwide Series season, it’s only fitting that this week Frontstretch recaps the top-10 moments for the Series.
For those disillusioned with the state of NASCAR this season, it’s important to understand why things went so well in Montreal.