A typical road-course weekend saw a few names you don’t normally see up front, and some you expected to see up front relegated to poor finishes through no fault of their own. When the smoke cleared from a day filled with bumper cars and bumpy strategies, Jimmie Johnson surprisingly took home the checkered flag for …
Carl Edwards led 35 of the 50 laps run in NASCAR’s debut race on the Road America road course with this division, stealing the lead for good on lap 41.
The Irish Hills of Michigan were not the scene of a fuel-mileage strategy play this weekend; instead, drama fizzled in the face of domination by Denny Hamlin.
It was bad enough for Red Bull that Brian Vickers is out with blood clots. But for his interim replacement Casey Mears to spin out Scott Speed at Michigan?
“All we do is win, baby!” were the words Denny Hamlin uttered as he was coming to take the checkered flag at Michigan International Speedway on Sunday.
This week, here’s a sneak peek at what they all were thinking following the Heluva Good! 400 at Michigan International Speedway.
Welcome to the Frontstretch Fantasy Insider, the column that puts your virtual racing team in position to win. We break down who rules the roost at Michigan.
Pocono provides a prime opportunity to turn things around in a hurry. Tony Stewart and Carl Edwards have both had tremendous success at the track.
When it was all said and done, Carl Edwards took the pole with a lap of 28.889 seconds for a speed of 186.922 mph.
Q: What happened to the standardized start times? NASCAR.COM lists the start of [last] week’s race at 9:30 p.m.!
The last few weeks have been quite unkind to Jimmie Johnson.
The All-Star Race saw Kurt Busch go from zero to hero, charging by feuding JGR teammates Kyle Busch and Denny Hamlin in the final laps