As I reported last year, Sam Russell and Carl Edwards are buddies, pals, friends. Have been since kindergarten.
Should any win in the NASCAR record book ever come with that type of asterisk?
Chase leaders learned the hard way why Chicago’s known as the Windy City, as many saw their cushion at the top swept away.
Kasey Kahne’s cheat sheet worked wonders with the No. 99 at Chicagoland, Carl Edwards looking like a man possessed in a good way.
On lap 213, David Reutimann finally prevailed at Chicagoland after a protracted battle for the lead with Jeff Gordon.
David Reutimann? NASCAR’s version of “David” – literally – coasted to victory lane in a shocking upset, his 40/1 Vegas odds wowing doubters.
This week, here’s a sneak peek at what they all were thinking following the LifeLock.com 400 at Chicagoland Speedway.
Daytona lived up to its wild reputation Saturday night, triggering another Big One that shook up the 43-car field faster than your local bingo caller.
Now that the smoke has cleared from that 19-car pileup at Daytona, the battle for the final two spots in the 2010 NASCAR Chase for the Cup is as cluttered as turn 3 was on Saturday night (July 3). In my view, 10 men are safe, leaving eight drivers 180 points apart with chances to …
“Same old Daytona, cars moving around and bouncing around and handling came into play and you saw a lot of passing and shuffling…”
Junior’s three points from a reeling Carl Edwards in 12th, heading to a Daytona track that gift-wraps top-five finishes for him as if they’re stocking stuffers.
To say things are a bit crowded around the 12th and final Chase spot is like saying you might bump into somebody in Beijing on a bicycle. The fight to get into the final transfer spot come Richmond in September is setting up to be an epic bloodbath, the likes of which will make the …