Joey Logano finally hooked with teammate Kyle Busch with a couple of laps to go and blasted by Sadler for the lead on the final lap at Daytona.
Is Carl Edwards’s lead in the poll growing like his lead in the points standings after another strong run at Sonoma, while his closest pursuers had bad days?
Joey Logano showed perhaps the fiercest edge NASCAR has seen him employ on the track this Sunday, taking offense to rough racing early by Robby Gordon.
Employing strategy similar to the Penske Racing cars, David Gilliland had to scratch and claw for his 12th-place result at Sonoma.
Welcome to another edition of Running Their Mouth, with some of the best quotes of this past week at Infineon Raceway in Sonoma.
Here is a look at some of the drivers that could be affected by the recent NASCAR silly season recent rumors.
After wins at Phoenix and Pocono, coupled with a strong run at Kansas, it looks like Jeff Gordon just might have punched his wildcard ticket to the Chase.
This week, the series heads to the tricky triangle of Pocono Raceway. The 2.5-mile track usually lends itself to long green-flag runs.
Any diehard NASCAR fan with a favorite driver they’ve stuck with knows the highs and lows that go right along with being an avid supporter.
I’m glad I’m not NASCAR. They just can’t win. Personally, I’d rather watch an unpredictable fuel-mileage race which involves various strategies.
Dale Earnhardt Jr. is on the cusp of breaking his victory drought. This week, he had the fuel mileage, but Brad Keselowski had better track position at Kansas.
Traditionally I’ve always divided the (way too long) NASCAR Cup season into esters.