Nothing could stop Marcos Ambrose on Saturday afternoon at Watkins Glen International. The 37-year-old was entered in his first NASCAR Nationwide Series event in nearly one year, and he made the most of it. Ambrose and his crew chief Scott McDougall played the perfect strategy to win the Zippo 200 at the Glen. Leading a …
Just when it looks like Kevin Harvick has been taken out of the game, he storms back with a vengeance. Harvick earned his second Nationwide Series win of the season on Friday night at Kentucky Speedway in the John R. Elliott Hero Campaign 300. After what he said were numerous mistakes on pit road by …
DOVER, Del. – The scoresheet will show Saturday’s Nationwide race at Dover as a Joey Logano romp (June 2).
Even as a single-car operation, Roush Fenway Racing didn’t miss a beat after two weeks off.
There are few drivers in the Nationwide Series garage that can stake more claim to the title “hard-luck driver” than Jeremy Clements.
James Buescher came from 11th place entering turn 4 only to emerge unscathed down the frontstretch, taking his first career NASCAR victory.
Jeremy Clements has been around the Nationwide Series for some time, but 2011 is the first year he could call himself a Nationwide Series full-timer.
A night that seemed poised to have a dramatic impact on the 2011 Nationwide Series title chase ended up being more of the same: Cup drivers stealing the show.
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.
The latest fuel-mileage chapter of NASCAR racing 2011 was written on Friday night in Kentucky, with Brad Keselowski emerging the victor of a cat-and-mouse duel.
With 25 laps to go, Carl Edwards stormed past race leader Elliott Sadler, seemingly poised to steal another Nationwide Series trophy at Chicagoland.
Frontstretch caught up with Jeremy Clements at Richmond to get caught up on the team’s 2011 thus far.