Familiarity returned to the Sprint Cup Series with Kyle Busch pulling into victory lane, one of the “hot” drivers at this point of the season.
When all was said and done at Michigan, GM, Dodge and Ford all had to suck it up as Toyota dealt them a blow to the solar plexus in their hometown.
Kyle Busch was doing “The Michigan Rag” in the Pure Michigan 400 Sunday (Aug. 21), capturing his first career triumph at Michigan.
Tony Stewart was in no mood to sugarcoat things for the media after Sunday’s race at Michigan.
What is it about Watkins Glen that brings out the complete inability in men to engage in mortal combat?
Marcos Ambrose finally found his way to victory lane Monday, taking charge in a green-white-checkered finish to conquer his personal demons at Watkins Glen.
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.
The Chase was contrived before. With the addition of the wildcard, it’s contrived and cheap.
We are starting to witness the impact NASCAR’s new “wildcard” rule has had on the drivers and races this season.
When the legend of Brad Keselowski is written down for the ages, we’ll likely see the shaping of a hero’s journey.
With his most recent win at Pocono Sunday, you could say Brad Keselowski’s chances of qualifying for the Cup championship comes with a Brad-isfaction guarantee.
Brad Keselowski’s Pocono win may have him set for the postseason, but did it give him a push into the top half of the Power Rankings?