Mark Martin became the oldest driver to win pole for The Great American Race. His 47.074-second lap just narrowly eclipsed that of teammate Dale Earnhardt Jr.
It’s like the first day of high school. That is what this past week’s NASCAR Media Day and never-ending practice, qualifying and pre-race broadcasts have been.
To call Hendrick Motorsports’ performance in the Bud Shootout underwhelming is putting it lightly.
After last year’s damp squib of a race, what NASCAR needs is a Daytona 500 that lives up to the famous old moniker, “The Great American Race.”
The Bud Shootout might just be a 75-lap exhibition race, but it did illustrate a number of things to understand for what’s ahead this season in Sprint Cup.
This week, here’s a sneak peek at what they all were thinking following the Budweiser Shootout at Daytona International Speedway.
2010 is supposed to start a new era for NASCAR – but Jimmie Johnson may have something to say before we’re all said and done.
Seventy-three days ago the checkered flag flew at Homestead-Miami Speedway and thus began the horrendous void in the Gregorian Calendar that is the offseason. Jimmie Johnson won his fourth consecutive title, Mark Martin finished second for the fifth time in his career and Dale Earnhardt Jr. put to sleep the worst season in his and …
Winning the Budweiser Shootout at Daytona International Speedway can be a nice shot in the arm for a NASCAR Sprint Cup driver and team.
Dale Earnhardt Jr. is coming off the worst year of his career, but kept Lance McGrew as his crew chief. Was that the right move?
Even if he isn’t your favorite driver and you loathe Toyota’s involvement in NASCAR to the degree I do, you can’t help but grin when Marcos Ambrose runs well.
Whether objects in the rearview mirror are actually larger than they appear or not, it’s time to take a look back at the NASCAR season that was.