It would be difficult to tout 2010 as a winning year for NASCAR.
With Talladega out of the way, some sort of order in predicting NASCAR finishes has been restored as the traveling circus moves to Texas this weekend.
This week, here’s a sneak peek at what they all were thinking following the AMP Energy Juice 500 at Talladega Superspeedway.
Even a day later, I’m still amazed: NASCAR actually made a yellow-line call right at Talladega.
This last Sunday (Oct. 24), not only did Martinsville Speedway offer up a pretty good race, the fans in the grandstand and watching at home on television got to see an all-too-rare treat these days… the No. 88 car, driven by Dale Earnhardt Jr., ran up front for more than just one stay-out-while-everyone-pits lap. In …
There was plenty of chatter in the week leading up to Martinsville that even though the No. 11 and the No. 29 teams were mathematically close to the No. 48 in points, the season was already careening inevitably to a fifth straight Jimmie Johnson title triumph
After Sunday’s thriller (Oct. 24) at Martinsville, I am sure that it has left everyone excited/nervous about Talladega this weekend.
We enjoyed the sight of uncommon cars racing up front on Sunday. Marcos Ambrose led 40 laps before suffering the scourge of a Martinsville wreck.
Clint Bowyer’s been there, done that. Back in 2007, the one-time Cinderella scored his first career win at NHMS. Yet, by Charlotte, the slipper had cracked.
When Brian France introduced the Chase, it was meant to create more excitement in NASCAR. Excluding 2004, the playoff format has been a major bust.
This week, here’s a sneak peek at what they all were thinking following the Sylvania 300 at New Hampshire Motor Speedway in Loudon, N.H.
It wasn’t a win, but it must have felt like one to Dale Earnhardt Jr., whose fourth-place Sylvania 300 finish was just his third top five of the season