Latch onto the fates of these often-hidden but talented individuals in our latest look at Who’s Hot/Not in NASCAR’s other top-two series: Nationwide and Trucks.
This Saturday in Nashville, Kevin Harvick’s No. 33 was the class of a very stout field in what’s turning into a regular occurrence for 2010.
Justin Allgaier may have the best shot that any driver has had in a long time to be the dragon slayer that brings one back for the home team.
Kurt Busch reacted to unpalatable defeat like he was drinking a cup of cold sick. “I’d rather lose to any of the other 41 cars out there than the No. 48 car.”
Chad Knaus’s questionable call to outfit Jimmie Johnson’s No. 48 with four tires on the final stop paid off at Bristol.
It was Penske Racing’s Justin Allgaier who anticipated the start perfectly on lap 274 en route to his first career Nationwide Series victory at Bristol.
Basketball Cinderellas may dance onto our radar screen this week in the form of the NCAA Tournament… but they’ve been visible in the NASCAR world all along.
Despite the best efforts of his pit crew, Kevin Harvick still managed to wheel his way into Las Vegas’s victory lane Saturday (Feb. 27).
With the Nationwide Series set for a layoff following Las Vegas, the third race of 2010 will go a long way in determining the direction of the season.
When one thinks of Fontana, chances are they’re not thinking of wild finishes.
Penske Racing driver Justin Allgaier enters the 2010 campaign looking for another award-winning year after a sixth-place points effort last season.
DAYTONA BEACH, Fla. – For much of Saturday’s Nationwide Series opener, it was business, or dominance, as usual for the Cup regulars in the field.