This week, here’s a sneak peek at what they all were thinking following the Great American Race, the Daytona 500.
DAYTONA BEACH, Fla. – This is uncharted territory for Casey Mears.
As NASCAR Sprint Cup drivers prepare to tackle their 36-race regular season, it’s time to take a look at which ones carry the most momentum into 2010.
Through controversy, Clint Bowyer maintained a consistent, if less than Broadway-worthy performance level.
As expected Sunday, Jimmie Johnson finished what he started and came home with his fourth consecutive championship.
As the season winds down to its final weekend, Jimmie Johnson’s firm grip atop our poll mirrors his 108-point lead in the Sprint Cup standings.
Not only did Jimmie Johnson maintain his first-place position in unanimous fashion, he maintains a rather healthy points lead in our Power Rankings after Texas.
Our pollsters were left scratching their heads and putting the pieces together the best they could after a typical Talladega finish.
Although he didn’t win on Sunday, Jimmie Johnson continued his death grip on the top spot in the Power Rankings with his second-place finish at Martinsville.
NASCAR came home for the only night race of the playoffs Saturday, overseeing a coronation of the Lowe’s Motor Speedway “King” for the first time in four years.
After scoring another victory at his home track, Jimmie Johnson put a major stranglehold on the top spot following Chase race number four at Fontana.
Racing at Kansas Speedway saw Tony Stewart regain his winning form, capturing the Price Chopper 400 for his fourth career trip to victory lane as driver/owner.