During the final restarts of the New Hampshire NNS race, Kevin Harvick lamented to his team that NASCAR had warned him about continuing his war with Kyle Busch.
Once again the NASCAR Sprint Cup Series race came down to fuel mileage, Kyle Busch won the Nationwide race and the Truck race was the best.
Yep. Seems like just another day at the office for NASCAR Nation.
However, Busch would be too obvious of a choice for a “hot” driver, as would his fellow NASCAR winners this weekend, Ryan Newman and Matt Crafton. Congratulations to all three of them, but we’re going to take a look at some of the less obvious choices in this edition of Who’s Hot/Who’s Not.
A winless Dale Earnhardt Jr. will likely struggle at Indy, where he’s been spotty at best and then the pressure mounts.
Tony Stewart said that Ryan Newman’s gamble on fuel, so similar to his last fall in the NASCAR Chase opener, was a huge one.
“Happy” Harvick was more like “Pissed-Off” Harvick after Sunday’s race at Loudon (July 17).
FOUR: Will a crew chief swap be a shot in the arm for Greg Biffle?
“As a team owner in the NASCAR Nationwide Series, I know pleasing fans is a top priority because, without the fans, there’d be no NASCAR.” – Dale Earnhardt Jr.
No matter what plan you are on, here is who will be good in Loudon, N.H.
Did You Notice? Statistical oddities that tell us the story of the NASCAR Cup schedule halfway through this season?
The race at Kentucky Speedway was overshadowed by fan complaints about traffic, parking and concessions. Who is responsible for the fiasco?
As we head into the second half of the NASCAR schedule, starting this weekend at New Hampshire Motor Speedway here are my midseason awards.
Bruton Smith himself needs to be the face of Kentucky Speedway’s recovery, tackling major issues.