After Sunday’s thriller (Oct. 24) at Martinsville, I am sure that it has left everyone excited/nervous about Talladega this weekend.
Clint Bowyer’s been there, done that. Back in 2007, the one-time Cinderella scored his first career win at NHMS. Yet, by Charlotte, the slipper had cracked.
One down, nine to go. For better or for worse, NASCAR’s 10-race playoff began with a better-than-expected start.
If Tony Stewart loses the Chase by a deficit decided by Sunday’s race, it will be a tragic disaster, a blemish on the record of a possible three-time NASCAR champion.
Tony Stewart ran out of gas coming to the white flag at New Hampshire, handing the win back to Clint Bowyer, who had dominated the first two-thirds of the event.
FACT – Tony Stewart’s Fuel Debacle Will Dictate His Chase
Does Clint Bowyer’s win leading off NASCAR’s postseason mean all that much in the 10-race run to Homestead in November?
This week, here’s a sneak peek at what they all were thinking following the Sylvania 300 at New Hampshire Motor Speedway in Loudon, N.H.
21 – total number of lead changes in the Sylvania 300.
Our experts have pored over data and have their picks in order, hoping their crystal ball will help you find answers on J.J. and the rest of NASCAR’s Chasers.
The anti-climactic final moments of the Race to the Chase left a feeling in NASCAR fans’ mouths like they’d kissed their sister Saturday night.
“Playoffs! You want to talk about playoffs? You kidding me?” That’s the reaction of the majority of the NASCAR fanbase nowadays.