While it’s not as simple as one driver winning races, it’s safe to say that how a particular driver is faring does play a factor in many fans’ enjoyment.
Can NASCAR leave the format of the All-Star Race alone?
Did You Notice? Hendrick Motorsports isn’t running as bad as everybody says?
Was Jimmie Johnson’s win enough to volt him to the top of our Power Rankings? Keep reading to find out.
The next five points races – Darlington, Charlotte, Dover, Pocono and Michigan – are critical for those teams whose goal is to make the Chase.
It was a wild weekend in Talladega and just about every car left the track with some damage. However, it wasn’t just cars that were damaged on Sunday, as poor results in the race damaged the egos of many of today’s frontrunners. Crapshoot or not, Talladega still counts for the same amount of points as any other race and several of the competitors will be happy to cross it off their list until October.
Now, without further delay, here is Who’s Hot and Who’s Not not after Talladega.
Is it wrong of us to want to see the debris that brings out the caution?
Junior is back! Sounds familiar, doesn’t it? It has become a recurring statement in four of the last five seasons.
Did You Notice? During a resurgent year for Ford, Richard Petty Motorsports as a whole has fallen behind the curve?
Simply put, Richmond shook up the Sprint Cup Series standings and the same can be said for this week’s Power Rankings
Here is Who’s Hot and Who’s Not in NASCAR after Richmond.