The only driver to nab top-10 finishes in the first six races, Martinsville (10th) was perhaps Greg Biffle’s most impressive performance for two reasons.
This week, here’s a sneak peek at what they all were thinking following the Goody’s Fast Pain Relief 500 at Martinsville Speedway.
When Brad Keselowski was interviewed by our own Tom Bowles, he avowed that he isn’t going to change his aggressive style.
After a sloppy 16th at Bristol, there’s a bit more evidence to indicate the dreaded “sophomore slump” label is just around the corner for Ryan Newman.
For years, I have watched NASCAR don the hat of arbitrator in similar clashes as the Edwards/Keselowski fiasco. I often sneered when penalties were handed down.
People called Brad arrogant for suggesting Roger Penske had to hire staff to compete with Hendrick. Penske listened anyway and the results are starting to show.
Bristol Motor Speedway has something besides great on-track competition. They might just be able to boast the greatest driver introductions in NASCAR.
When 35th-ranked Mike Bliss and his No. 36 were sent home after Friday’s qualifying session, rookie Kevin Conway breathed a sigh of relief.
It was Penske Racing’s Justin Allgaier who anticipated the start perfectly on lap 274 en route to his first career Nationwide Series victory at Bristol.
As the pre-race activities wrapped up, it became clear Sunday’s race at Bristol was not going to be a sell-out, ending a 55-race streak.
Given the situation he now finds himself in, Brad Keselowski could not have a better teammate than Kurt Busch.
Last season, Kurt Busch won the “Non-Hendrick” championship and on the very early evidence another similar finish certainly doesn’t look out of the question.