After tackling the bullring of Martinsville, stock car racing’s best now return to the annual “lottery,” 500 miles of knee-buckling action at Talladega.
The usual suspects played “follow the leader” at Martinsville in what proved to be a fairly competitive race.
Denny Hamlin held off charges by Jimmie Johnson, Jeff Gordon and Juan Pablo Montoya during a flurry of late-race restarts to claim another win at Martinsville.
Steve Park’s return to NASCAR’s top-three series in the Camping World Trucks next week will mark over a year since he has competed at this level.
The inaugural NASCAR Hall of Fame class was announced this week, but it seems a number of fans were unhappy with the selection.
Another fall race in Fontana and for the third straight year victory (and in this case, the points lead) went to Jimmie Johnson, Chad Knaus and company.
Jimmie Johnson finally beat back a pesky Jeff Gordon after a series of frantic restarts over the final 15 laps of the race at Fontana.
Did You Notice? That despite leading the points for three straight weeks, no one’s jumping on the Mark Martin bandwagon quite yet?
Tony Stewart won the NASCAR race at Kansas, but much of the focus continues to revolve around the man who finished ninth.
Hands up those who predicted Dale Earnhardt Jr.’s season would be quite this bad? Not so many of you, huh?
This week, here’s a peek at what they all were thinking following the Sylvania 300 at New Hampshire Motor Speedway in Loudon, N.H.
Who… gets my shoutout of the race? My shoutout for this week goes to TRG Motorsports. They came into the Loudon weekend lacking the necessary funding to actually compete on Sunday. However, after Bobby Labonte qualified the No. 71 in a season-best eighth spot, the team convinced a series of small companies (Commonwealth Foreign Exchange, …