Check out this week’s Power Rankings to see if your driver drove responsibly or if they over imbibed during the Crown Royal event at Richmond.
Such displays of patriotism, as we saw Sunday night here in New York City, are not uncommon in our great sport of NASCAR.
With an off weekend approaching for the NASXAR Sprint Cup Series, it gives us a chance to reflect on the young season.
10. DW can’t have a man crush on a married man, so Junior’s back in favor over Kyle.
Talladega is the biggest track on the Cup circuit and it served up a whopper of a close finish this weekend.
It seems Dale Earnhardt Jr. is getting closer to breaking his now 101-race drought. He led at Martinsville and pushed Jimmie Johnson to victory at Talladega.
After 88 lead changes, at the end of the race, Jimmie Johnson came out of nowhere to lead an eight-car blanket over the finish line at Talladega.
If these guys aren’t going to race until the final five to 10 laps, then why is the race at Talladega 188 laps long?
If NASCAR tracks were ranked by controversy, Talladega would serve as your election powder keg of political sniping.
The score sheets may say this Sunday at Talladega equaled what was seen in 2003 at Darlington. But those finishes are equal on the score sheets only.
This week, here’s a sneak peek at what they all were thinking following the Aaron’s 499 at Talladega Superspeedway.
Whether you like Jimmie Johnson or not, you can’t argue the excitement of the finish at Talladega.