Why is Brad Keselowski doing so poorly? It’s mysterious after winning the Nationwide championship, giving the Captain his first NASCAR title.
Kahne is coming off his best run of the season at Richmond and heads into the weekend as the only NASCAR driver to win at Darlington this season.
At the NASCAR Nationwide Series at Nashville, with Cup drivers dominating everything in sight, the atmosphere was like being alive for one’s own funeral.
Take one look at Saturday’s Nationwide Series finishing order from Nashville and a race fan would never know that the Cup Series had an off weekend.
For Kurt Busch, the story that has played out year after year during his tenure at Penske Racing seems to finally be catching up to him.
Yet in this world, looks can be deceiving, as the seemingly upward momentum in NASCAR has tailed off as of late.
Saturday’s NASCAR Nationwide Series race was a bit more competitive since Kyle Busch wasn’t as dominant as he was in Sunday’s Cup Series event.
Brad Keselowski is now in a marquee ride and no longer has the rookie stripe to point to as justification for struggling in the Cup ranks.
Overnight ratings from Sunday’s Kobalt Tools 400 (March 6) have been released and NASCAR is likely all smiles.
This past weekend’s Nationwide Series race was a microcosm of the love/hate relationship of fans in the NASCAR world.
Unpredictable. That sums up Daytona weekend, from the photo finishes in the Truck and Nationwide series races to Trevor Bayne scoring his first NASCAR victory.
The victory was Stewart’s 10th career Nationwide Series victory, sixth Nationwide win at Daytona and fourth in a row.