The No. 43 and Martinsville Speedway are synonymous with each other. Richard Petty took the car to victory lane 15 times in his career. North Wilkesboro was the only other track where The King took as many checkered flags first. Prior to Aric Almirola’s win at Daytona in 2014 the last win by the legendary …
In many ways, the Coke Zero 400 is an inferior race to the Daytona 500. While the 400-mile race is run on the same track and under the lights, it’s not held to the same level of prestige as the season-opening event. Only Daytona 500 victors are said to be champions of Daytona International Speedway. Still, …
As the sun set on Martinsville on Monday, Front Row Motorsports packed up to leave Virginia in a much different manner than they did one year ago.
Despite a relatively quiet Speedweeks, Martin Truex Jr.’s first points race for Michael Waltrip Racing was one of the biggest surprises of Sunday’s 500.
With qualifying out of the way and the Gatorade Duels upon us this week, it’s just a matter of days before the 2010 NASCAR season officially begins.
This week, here’s a sneak peek at what they all were thinking following the Budweiser Shootout at Daytona International Speedway.
Penske Racing is the only team fielding Dodges in Cup competition in 2010. Roger Penske says that gives the team an advantage, but does it really?
None of John Andretti’s races were spectacular, but considering the means of the No. 34 team, they got the job done.
Welcome, one and all, to the final bubble column of 2009, the Bubble Review.
To see how John Andretti finally put away Scott Speed and his Red Bull Racing No. 82 Toyota, read on in your final Bubble Breakdown for 2009.
Points racing isn’t new either. Under NASCAR’s “old” modern-era points system, championships were won on points racing.
Read on to see if John Andretti and Robby Gordon could hang on to the last two spots in the Top 35, or if Scott Speed could close the gap.