BK Racing announced on Wednesday that Bully Hill Vineyards, a Hammondsport, NY producer of wine, will serve as the primary sponsor of the No. 26 Toyota Camry driven by Cole Whitt. It will be a one-race deal. Representatives of Bully Hill Vineyards are very happy to be involved with BK Racing. “We’re extremely excited to …
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In the end, Joe Gibbs Racing took the trophy, but it wasn’t Denny Hamlin. That honor instead went to Joey Logano and it didn’t come without controversy.
The Nationwide Series regulars’ streak of wins to start 2012 ended at four in southern California, with polesitter Joey Logano pulling away from the field.
Holding off Mark Martin on the final two restarts of the afternoon, Ricky Stenhouse Jr.’s No. 6 proved to be the class of the field.
Ever since bringing the No. 7 car back unexpectedly to full-timer status in the spring of 2010, JRM has gone from title contender to series regular.
Unfortunately for the underfunded teams, a Phoenix retooling proved unforgiving as the 1-mile oval swallowed them up and spit them out.
2. Could Joe Gibbs be benching Kyle Busch for the remainder of the 2011 season?
*In a Nutshell:* See Kevin Harvick. See Kevin Harvick go fast. See Kevin Harvick have enough horsepower and saved fuel on the final restart to get away from Kyle Busch. See Kevin Harvick win. Caution flags are the only one that kept this one close, with Harvick leading 44 of the 53 laps run en route to the win. Kyle Busch made his way up to second and managed to keep up with Harvick during the final green-white-checker restart, but Happy managed to get a drive on the high side through turn 1 that put this one away. Busch, James Buescher, Johnny Sauter and Austin Dillon rounded out the top 5.
NASCAR’s Cup Series has the week off so the Power Rankings turns its focus this Wednesday towards the drivers trying desperately to make it there.
The grandson of Richard Childress finally found his mojo on Friday night, winning the Camping World Truck Series race in dominating fashion at Nashville.