On lap 213, David Reutimann finally prevailed at Chicagoland after a protracted battle for the lead with Jeff Gordon.
As good as the Heat may be, until they win four consecutive championships… they’re nowhere near the caliber of Hendrick Motorsports.
Kevin Harvick got just enough of a jump on the final restart that he left the rest of the field battling furiously for second at Daytona.
I observed an interesting new fashion trend, if it can be called fashion, around Loudon, N.H. this season.
Like it or not, NASCAR and ESPN are at the controls of this sinking ship. And they’re putting a lot of faith in Danica-mania being the ticket back to port.
Did You Notice? With Todd Parrott’s reassignment Tuesday (June 22), Matt Kenseth is now on his fifth crew chief in less than three years?
Is Casey Mears’s image with corporate America enough to keep him in the Red Bull car with results like he has earned so far?
Dario Franchitti garnered little attention. He let his right foot do his talking instead, dominating the race and scoring his second Indianapolis 500 win.
At Indianapolis, five women had started the Indianapolis 500 prior to this year. This year, that many women entered the race, including two rookies.
After a 100-lap exhibition at Charlotte, it’s hard to add to regular-season trends which typically define this Hot/Not column.
The first All-Star Race back in 1985 was 70 laps long and concluded in just over 40 minutes. We need this bloated freak show to get back to its roots.
It’s a five-year deal that links Kahne and Hendrick in 2015. Seems that’s the length of choice for Hendrick nowadays; Dale Earnhardt Jr.’s contract is a similar length (2008-12)