Since NASCAR’s Cup Series has never visited Kentucky, there are many unknowns heading into the weekend.
I have been ordered by the most powerful man in NASCAR to write this article. Dale Earnhardt Jr.
Carl Edwards lost the points lead on Saturday night at Daytona – did he also lose the top spot in the Power Rankings to new top dog Kevin Harvick?
It’s easy to get caught up in the pre-Chase hype (and I’m as guilty of it as any NASCAR journalist) but the title still goes through the five-time champion.
A season of struggles, from faulty fueling to poor on-track performance has left Greg Biffle in a difficult predicament with nine races left.
A funny thing happened on the way to the checkered flag at Daytona.
At Daytona and Talladega, it’s almost a guarantee that several innocent drivers will end up in the wall, and several of those can ill afford the repair bills.
David Ragan scoring a first-time victory at Daytona and going from also-ran to Chase contender is about as big a holiday weekend as they come.
ONE: Is this the race Dale Earnhardt Jr. breaks his winless streak?
Is it me, or are NASCAR drivers – as a whole – becoming more proficient on road courses?
Is Carl Edwards’s lead in the poll growing like his lead in the points standings after another strong run at Sonoma, while his closest pursuers had bad days?
Walking through the garage area at Michigan International Speedway a couple of weeks ago, I was struck by a number of things.