Brad Keselowski’s car was still sliding on its roof when the first email screaming at Carl Edwards landed in my inbox.
Kurt Busch held off Matt Kenseth and Juan Pablo Montoya on the final restart to score his second consecutive spring Atlanta race win.
There is one other thing fans want and it’s the one thing the sanctioning body can’t make a rule change to give them. NASCAR needs a rivalry.
This week, here’s a sneak peek at what they all were thinking following the Kobalt Tools 500 at Atlanta Motor Speedway.
A classy guy in the garage, many were surprised when Carl Edwards turned Brad Keselowski late in Sunday’s Atlanta race.
Race number four of the Sprint Cup Series and race number two of the Camping World Truck Series take us to Atlanta Motor Speedway in Hampton, Ga.
A weekend in Las Vegas turned out lucky for Jimmie Johnson, who took a four-tire gamble on the last pit stop and rode it to victory number two.
With cars, casinos and caution lights run amok, Vegas had a little something for everyone this weekend (or in the case of Kim Kardashian, no one).
But in a year with a giant monkey wrench in the middle, one simple word tears every expert NASCAR prediction to shreds. Spoiler.
The baby boom is on in NASCAR.
Taking the plates off at Auto Club Speedway meant the first “unrestricted” race of the regular season Sunday; and for once, the 2-mile oval didn’t disappoint.
Roush Fenway Racing has also won five straight spring races at Fontana – with Carl Edwards and Matt Kenseth combining to win the last four.