Just another silly, contrived and violent plate race … racing that appeals to the least common denominators amongst us.
The Aaron’s 499 saw more terminal engine failures than any race this year, with four.
In the battle of Gibbs teammates, it was an unlikely victor on Saturday (May 5), with Joey Logano snatching victory from Kyle Busch.
For the 16th consecutive race, a Cup regular bested the Nationwide Series field at the Richmond International Raceway.
It will be one of the biggest surprises of 2012 if AJ Allmendinger doesn’t win a race in his new Penske Racing ride
Did You Notice? Ryan Newman’s wacky pattern of “upset” victories?
Tony Stewart took the lead from Kyle Busch on lap 85 and appeared to be in a class of his own. The rain just sealed the deal.
The Nationwide Series regulars’ streak of wins to start 2012 ended at four in southern California, with polesitter Joey Logano pulling away from the field.
Brad Keselowski and Matt Kenseth had what appeared to be equally fast cars for the second half of the race, so it came down to which driver wanted it most.
Ever since bringing the No. 7 car back unexpectedly to full-timer status in the spring of 2010, JRM has gone from title contender to series regular.
Five: The One On-Track Conclusion to Take Away from Speedweeks
Did You Notice? The alliteration for 2012 Daytona Speedweeks was Demolition Derby?