Talladega featured a record 88 lead changes and three green-white-checkered attempts. Did that make it one of the best races ever?
Considering fans’ reaction to any late-race yellow flag, we’re shocked throwing the caution for Bobby Labonte’s one-car incident isn’t getting more press.
This past Friday, Saturday and Sunday (April 23-25) Talladega Superspeedway was our focus, with the “Aaron’s Dream Weekend” playing host to three major races.
While Brad Keselowski retook the points lead with another Talladega triumph, it was a rough day for the other Cup regulars running full Nationwide schedules.
While racing at Talladega is fun to watch, for fans who have money or a fantasy team at stake… it can be more than a little nerve wracking.
Richard Childress is left to find a sponsor for the No. 29 driven by Kevin Harvick, while Sam Hornish Jr. is forced to court new financial support for Penske.
NASCAR heads to Talladega this Sunday (April 25) for what’s to be another restrictor-plate fantasy nightmare for team owners.
This week, here’s a sneak peek at what they all were thinking following the Samsung Mobile 500 at Texas Motor Speedway.
Because ISC purchased the speedway, Phoenix got a second date each year and attendance has been down ever since. Oh boy, we get to go back to Phoenix this fall!
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.