This weekend marks the event that many longtime Dale Earnhardt fans have longed for – Dale Earnhardt Jr. climbing behind the wheel of the No. 3 Chevrolet that the Intimidator drove to six Winston Cup championships and 67 wins for Richard Childress Racing, and in the process created a legend that has lived on for …
To say things are a bit crowded around the 12th and final Chase spot is like saying you might bump into somebody in Beijing on a bicycle. The fight to get into the final transfer spot come Richmond in September is setting up to be an epic bloodbath, the likes of which will make the …
Everyone thought that a little game of road course bumper cars at Infineon would stir up the Frontstretch Power Rankings. But one week later, it was actually the (mostly) caution-free, flat one-mile oval in New Hampshire that threw the top 15 into the blender. Four drivers climbed into the rankings this week, while four fell …
The only rival to the amount of ink wasted on Danica Patrick this past weekend proved to be the plethora of columns out there professing that Jimmie Johnson’s luck had simply run out, that this was the year the streak would finally end.
So much for that. Back-to-back wins over the last two weeks have made 2010 suddenly look a lot like 2009, 2008, 2007, 2006… you know how that story goes.
This week, here’s a sneak peek at what they all were thinking following the LENOX Industrial Tools 301 at New Hampshire Motor Speedway in Loudon, N.H.
What the hell was up with Jeff Gordon today? He certainly wasn’t making any new friends out there at Sonoma.
In the debut edition of Frontstretch’s newest column, Fact or Fiction, we tackle Hendrick Motorsports after Jimmie Johnson’s win Sunday in Sonoma.
Back in the 1990s, it would have been hard to imagine Gordon scoring just one NASCAR win in a stretch of 92 races.
While everyone knows that Jeff Gordon and Tony Stewart rule the road, there are a few others that are out there to guarantee your roster a cheap boost.
Who would be the best champion for the sport of NASCAR in 2010? I’m not talking here about who will be atop the points standings post-Miami.
A NASCAR driver essentially is the star quarterback, while the crew chief is the head coach and the pit crew is the offensive line.
This week, here’s a sneak peek at what they all were thinking following the Heluva Good! 400 at Michigan International Speedway.