The hats celebrating the 200th NASCAR Sprint Cup Series victory for Hendrick Motorsports made an appearance again on Sunday, this time at Martinsville.
The fastest car doesn’t always win a NASCAR Sprint Cup race. But rarely is the outcome decided by the slowest car on the track.
Was Smoke’s continued strong start, the best of his 14-year Cup career enough to propel him to the top of our rankings?
The race at Fontana went by so quickly, Kasey Kahne didn’t even have time to wreck his car (sorry Kahne fans).
Tony Stewart took the lead from Kyle Busch on lap 85 and appeared to be in a class of his own. The rain just sealed the deal.
The Joe Gibbs Racing stable had Auto Club Speedway figured out this weekend.
Was Brad Keselowski’s performance enough to get him back inside the Power Rankings?
THREE: Complaints About Fan Involvement at Drivers’ Meeting Short-Sighted
Dale Earnhardt Jr., before his relationship with Dale Earnhardt Inc. and his stepmother took a turn for the worse, had swagger.
He was the next big thing in NASCAR, a mortal lock for Most Popular Driver and a threat to win just about every weekend. He’d survived the racing death of his father, the attendant shifting of support from his father’s fans and all that had come his way… until he and his stepmother, Teresa, got into a very public spat over his future.
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Was Stewart’s Sin City success enough to impress our writers and put him atop our Power Rankings?
It didn’t take Tony Stewart long to respond to the win at Phoenix by Denny Hamlin and his old crew chief Darian Grubb.