All of Joe Gibbs Racing’s drivers have been strong at Richmond in the past, but no one has been stronger as of late than Kyle Busch.
Talladega is the biggest track on the Cup circuit and it served up a whopper of a close finish this weekend.
It seems Dale Earnhardt Jr. is getting closer to breaking his now 101-race drought. He led at Martinsville and pushed Jimmie Johnson to victory at Talladega.
This week, here’s a sneak peek at what they all were thinking following the Aaron’s 499 at Talladega Superspeedway.
Check out this week’s Power Rankings to see how your favorite driver sits after making his primetime debut down in Texas.
Last weekend, Texas Motor Speedway held their first night races with the NASCAR Nationwide Series race running Friday night and the Cup Series race on Saturday.
Matt Kenseth thrives on being a late-race bloomer, coming out of nowhere to grab the best finish possible, David Pearson-style.
Dramatic Moment: There were damn few of them as Matt Kenseth took the rest of the field to school most of the race in Texas.
This week, here’s a sneak peek at what they all were thinking following the NASCAR Cup Series Samsung Mobile 500 in Fort Worth, Texas.
NASCAR’s classic short track in Martinsville, Va., on the schedule since 1949, treated us to one of the best races of the season Sunday.
Johnny Sauter was able to steal victory from both Harvick and Kyle Busch on Saturday at Martinsville, becoming the first Truck Series regular to win in 2011.
Fontana looked like another Kyle Busch display of dominance Sunday, back-to-back sweeps seemingly a mere formality for about the first 350 miles.