It’s been a drought of epic proportions. But for the second time in three races, a case could be made that Dale Earnhardt Jr. had a chance to end it.
Tony Stewart used a quick getaway four times in the last 58 laps to clear the field and hang on to the lead.
After the “now I’ve seen everything” week that was Daytona, Sunday rolled around and it was business as usual at Phoenix International Raceway.
For Hendrick this week, the only “sign of things to come” is a whole bunch of crafty arguments.
Let’s take a look at Who’s Hot and Who’s Not after Sprint Cup race number one.
Even though the actual on-track action was far overshadowed by the delays, Matt Kenseth was able to pull through and win his second Daytona 500.
This style of racing is dangerous, plain and simple. And wasn’t electronic fuel injection supposed to eliminate the need for a restrictor plate?
Matt Kenseth provided a finish every fan should have stayed up for. Will this win will be enough to move him from sideshow to main attraction?
Here’s a look inside the numbers at how some of your favorite drivers and teams could make history once the checkered flag falls.
Who will emerge above the fray in year two, post Five-Time Dominance?
With the Top-35 teams in last year’s owner points locked into the race there’s little drama waiting to see who is going to qualify and who’s going home.
How did your favorite driver’s performance affect his ranking in the first Power Rankings of 2012?