The 2011 Nationwide Series campaign is going to have a suspenseful finish. What’s after that is anybody’s guess.
CONCORD, N.C. – Four Nationwide Series Drivers will be running with a little extra incentive on Friday night – $100,000 worth of incentive, to be exact.
In leading 173 laps, Brad Keselowski delivered the most dominating performance the Nationwide Series has seen in recent memory, winning at Kansas Saturday.
The Nationwide Series championship battle has definitely lost some of its luster with dwindling numbers.
Carl Edwards powered by polesitter Elliott Sadler on lap 11 and never looked back, leading 179 circuits en route to a commanding win.
One of the fastest races in recent Nationwide Series memory saw Brad Keselowski all but untouchable on Saturday afternoon.
Despite the best efforts of Kyle Busch to run him down, Carl Edwards topped a dominant evening with his 35th career Nationwide Series win Saturday night.
Brad Keselowski’s third win all but locks him into the Chase as a wildcard. Can Keselowski win the championship from that position?
Who knew a fractured ankle could be such a motivator for Brad Keselowski? I feel like this injury could possibly start a new trend. A horrible, painful trend.
While most drivers disappear from existence or scrape together low-quality rides to keep their name out there, a few settled for the Nationwide Series.
this is a NASCAR column, so we’ll discuss what happened in Watkins Glen. Rain, bent sheetmetal, rain, short tempers, rain and well, more rain. And fog.
Carl Edwards slammed into the back of Ricky Stenhouse Jr.’s car and in doing so secured the second career win for the current points leader.