David Ragan turned in another strong short-track qualifying performance as he rolled off the grid eighth, his second career-best starting position.
Effective around 11:30 p.m. on a balmy Saturday night at Richmond, NASCAR’s 2007 Chase for the Nextel Cup officially got underway. As soon as the final two participants – Kevin Harvick and Kurt Busch – clinched their spots by crossing the finish line, talk turned from who’s going to get into the elusive 12-car field …
Leading a race-high 227 of 250 laps, Kyle Busch was up front early and often throughout the Emerson Radio 250 to score his second win of the season.
Three things easily sum up this weekend’s race at California Speedway in Fontana: hot, hot and Dale Earnhardt Jr. Countless Earnhardt fans were on the edge of their seats just waiting to see if one of the drivers at the bottom of the top 12 would slip up, giving their man a chance at making …
After starting a dismal 33rd at Fontana, David Ragan slowly made his way into the top 10 by lap 104. The AAA team would experience a “yo-yo” type of night.
For the second time in the past five races, Juan Montoya qualified on the outside front row; but this time at Bristol, more than a few eyebrows were raised.
This week, here’s a sneak peek at what a select few were thinking following the 3M Performance 400 at Michigan International Speedway.
After a marathon weekend at Michigan, it’s time for a sprint-like turnaround and a trip to everyone’s favorite bullring, Bristol Motor Speedway. Michigan had its share of surprises for fantasy teams, with drivers like Dave Blaney, Bobby Labonte and Brian Vickers making appearances in the top 10. Not to be outdone, old reliables like Jimmie …
David Ragan continues to show steady improvement as he put in a solid top-20 performance at the super-fast Michigan.
Here’s a sneak peek at what some select few were thinking after the Pennsylvania 500 at Pocono Raceway.
After qualifying seventh for Sunday’s race at Pocono, it appeared Montoya was poised to have a strong run following his second-place finish at Indianapolis.
Jason Leffler was able to run down and pass Greg Biffle with three laps to go, bringing Toyota their first ever victory in the Kroger 200.