Despite a miserable 2009 and subpar 2008 with the powerful Hendrick Motorsports outfit, Dale Earnhardt Jr. hasn’t forgotten how to drive racecars.
Minus the pothole, Speedweeks was a fantastic kickoff to a season that NASCAR needs to go well.
Greg Biffle gave friend and former teammate Jamie McMurray a vital push down the backstretch on the final lap to propel the No. 1 car to the Daytona 500 win.
Time pressed on and on during the first one, roughly an hour-and-a-half longer than NASCAR predicted repairs to the wounded pavement would take.
This week, here’s a sneak peek at what they all were thinking following the Great American Race, the Daytona 500.
Without a doubt, Jamie McMurray and the entire No. 1 Earnhardt Ganassi Racing team was impressive during Sunday’s 52nd running of the Daytona 500.
The win, McMurray’s second at Daytona, capped an exhausting day at Daytona that was delayed by two red flags for nearly three hours.
The Roush, Petty and Wood Brothers cars used the FR9 in qualifying and practice over the last week and will do so in the Duels at Daytona today.
The 150-mile Gatorade Duel qualifying races showcase some of the best racing during the entirety of Speedweeks at Daytona.
Dale Earnhardt Jr. captured a front-row starting spot for the Daytona 500. Will this be the start of a turnaround for his team?
Mark Martin became the oldest driver to win pole for The Great American Race. His 47.074-second lap just narrowly eclipsed that of teammate Dale Earnhardt Jr.
It’s like the first day of high school. That is what this past week’s NASCAR Media Day and never-ending practice, qualifying and pre-race broadcasts have been.