There is no doubt that the biggest news of the week has been about the Richard Childress – Kyle Busch scuffle after the Truck series event last Saturday.
Any diehard NASCAR fan with a favorite driver they’ve stuck with knows the highs and lows that go right along with being an avid supporter.
For the second week in a row the NASCAR Cup Series race came down to fuel mileage; only this time, the car in front was able to make his fuel last at Kansas.
The elite NASCAR drivers of the world need to be pouring a small amount of the money they bring home by the bagful back into the sport.
Few drivers have announced themselves on the Cup circuit with quite the clamor that surrounded the third-generation racer Brad Keselowski.
Saturday’s Nationwide STP 300 should banish any misgivings we might hold in our hearts about one of the more tepid ways to grab a trophy in NASCAR.
In a case of déjà vu from last week’s Coca-Cola 600, fuel mileage once again decided the race winner as Brad Keselowski managed to win the STP 400 at Kansas.
One of the newest improvements at Kansas Speedway is track lighting. So why on earth wasn’t this weekend’s race a Saturday night special?
Dale Earnhardt Jr. is on the cusp of breaking his victory drought. This week, he had the fuel mileage, but Brad Keselowski had better track position at Kansas.
2. Is Dale Earnhardt Jr. really on the verge of a breakthrough to victory lane?
Traditionally I’ve always divided the (way too long) NASCAR Cup season into esters.
Memorial Day weekend is a time to remember and commemorate, but not if you were racing at the front at Charlotte or Indianapolis.