There are races that might have a little more prestige, but this is the coolest damn one of them all. We won it!” – Brad Keselowski, race winner
BRISTOL, Tenn. – Kyle Busch led four times for a race high 186 laps en route to his 50th career Nationwide victory, but not without excitement.
Kyle Busch has everything fantasy owners look for in a driver: consistency over the course of the season, momentum in recent races and a solid track record.
It’s called Silly Season and it’s more important now than ever before.
It’s hard to know what to make of Joey Logano these days. He has gone from being the next big thing to at times looking like the next Casey Atwood.
Who knows what Michigan will bring? It’s a tricky time for both your roster and the field at large as drivers have extra incentive to go for the glory.
Marcos Ambrose finally found his way to victory lane Monday, taking charge in a green-white-checkered finish to conquer his personal demons at Watkins Glen.
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.
WATKINS GLEN, N.Y. – For a driver making his sports car racing debut, Joey Logano was having an excellent time.
We are starting to witness the impact NASCAR’s new “wildcard” rule has had on the drivers and races this season.
What a nice little assist Brad Keselowski got from Mother Nature, right?
Joey Logano was so close to victory he could smell it, and it smelled a lot like rain on a humid summer day. Unfortunately for Logano, who had grabbed his third career pole on Saturday, the rains let up, the race ran its complete distance, and the third-year driver faded to a disappointing 26th. For Logano, who is breathing a sigh of relief now that Edwards is no longer a threat for his ride, Silly Season isn’t quite over until other potential replacements like Clint Bowyer, Brian Vickers and Mark Martin have contracts somewhere else. Good finishes still have extra importance for the No. 20 right now.