Jimmie Johnson won last year’s Daytona 500 and his 32nd-place result in last year’s Firecracker 400 ended a streak of five top-six finishes at Daytona.
Dale Earnhardt must have felt his blood pressure rise whenever he recalled the Daytona 500 of 1990, and who can blame him?
This year, 36 of the 43 spots in the Daytona 500 are “locked-in” due to owner points and the past champion’s provisional held by Dale Jarrett. Is it fair?
The high point for Dale Jarrett in 2006 came off the racetrack. In May, he announced he’d be jumping from Ford to Toyota at the end of the season.
How can you put the finishing titles on your own fantasy title, or just finish out the year with pride? Read ahead in this week’s Picks ‘N’ Pans for Homestead.
Kasey Kahne came out and dominated at Lowe’s, leading 134 laps to come out on top in the Bank of America 500 and close within 160 of points leader Jeff Burton.
With new asphalt and restrictor-plate engines, every team is going to be holding their breath for 500 miles, hoping they can avoid Talladega’s Big One.
This week at Kansas, I had to laugh when the TV broadcast flashed the “Team Chevy Winning Moment” banner across the bottom of the screen.
Kasey Kahne inherited the lead for the final time on lap 249 when Reed Sorenson ran out of fuel and held on to take the win in the Sony HD 500.