Everyone thought that a little game of road course bumper cars at Infineon would stir up the Frontstretch Power Rankings. But one week later, it was actually the (mostly) caution-free, flat one-mile oval in New Hampshire that threw the top 15 into the blender. Four drivers climbed into the rankings this week, while four fell …
This week, here’s a sneak peek at what they all were thinking following the LENOX Industrial Tools 301 at New Hampshire Motor Speedway in Loudon, N.H.
Sunday’s race (June 27) at New Hampshire might turn out to be a Nightmare on Bahre Street for some who have done others wrong in recent weeks.
The Irish Hills of Michigan were not the scene of a fuel-mileage strategy play this weekend; instead, drama fizzled in the face of domination by Denny Hamlin.
Dodge has next to no teams left and Chevrolet’s too busy funding any and everything Hendrick. That leaves Toyota, who’s played their cards well.
It was bad enough for Red Bull that Brian Vickers is out with blood clots. But for his interim replacement Casey Mears to spin out Scott Speed at Michigan?
While Denny Hamlin may have ultimately won at Michigan on Sunday, the first half of the race was dominated by the one-man Dodge band of Kurt Busch.
Denny Hamlin got a huge jump on the final restart, then drove off into the Michigan sunset like the rest of the field was on tricycles.
Surprise, surprise. Joey Logano won the pole. Logano won Saturday night’s (June 12) Nationwide Series race at Kentucky. And Cup regulars finished 1-2-3.
Kevin Harvick held court in the media center at Michigan and cleared the air on how things got to this point with 20-year old Joey Logano.
The boys gave us plenty to discuss this week at Pocono, so let’s get to it.
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