Will Carl Edwards’s late-race push past Tony Stewart give him a leg up this week?
It doesn’t seem possible, but somehow 35 weeks of racing have surpassed us and now it’s time for one final hurrah to end the 2011 season.
Check out this week’s Power Rankings to see if your favorite driver was able to keep his six shooters loaded or if they fired all their rounds two weeks early.
After Matt Kenseth’s bad luck, courtesy of a flat tire and a silver can of Red Bull, how far down was his Power Rankings slide?
One-hundred eighty-eight laps around Talladega wound down into a two-car dash to the finish with Clint Bowyer crossing the line in the first spot.
I’ve long believed there are few ailments in our great sport of NASCAR that can’t be soothed by a trip to the iconic and venerable Martinsville Speedway.
You would think that it was an unusual weekend in Talladega the way people are reacting to the racing. On the contrary, it was business as usual.
2nd – Clint Bowyer’s worst finish in his last three starts at Talladega. He has been first, second and first in those races, respectively.
Well NASCAR’s plans to break up the tandem racing with a larger restrictor plate and lower pressure cooling systems didn’t work too well, did it?
What sweet vindication it has to be for Clint Bowyer to get Richard Childress his 100th career win as a car owner.
It was Clint Bowyer edging by Jeff Burton to repeat as the fall winner at Talladega Sunday, giving Richard Childress Racing its 100th career NASCAR victory.
CONCORD, N.C. – General Mills and Richard Childress unveiled a special paint scheme for the No. 33 Cheerios Chevrolet at Charlotte Motor Speedway on Thursday.