Normally I would side against picking anyone battling for a title. That is, until this year.
Will Carl Edwards’s late-race push past Tony Stewart give him a leg up this week?
At least the race wasn’t the wreck-fest we all feared. Carl Edwards and Tony Stewart kept their respective fans on their feet most of the afternoon.
It was April 2010 in the Arizona desert where Kasey Kahne got busy answering questions on landing your dream job … only to wait nearly 19 months to get it.
Love him or hate him, Jimmie Johnson’s incredible five-year run as the NASCAR Sprint Cup champion was nothing short of phenomenal.
Victory lane at Phoenix Sunday (Nov. 13) was full of “bull.” Red Bull, that is.
Check out this week’s Power Rankings to see if your favorite driver was able to keep his six shooters loaded or if they fired all their rounds two weeks early.
Tony Stewart proved he can not only talk the talk, but walk the walk, in terms of his championship pursuit.
While each intermediate track varies slightly in layout, drivers that usually perform well at one, perform well at another.
Did You Notice? There’s a long list of winless wheelmen still looking to snap their victory drought this season?
After Matt Kenseth’s bad luck, courtesy of a flat tire and a silver can of Red Bull, how far down was his Power Rankings slide?
Here are six drivers who are probably already looking forward to getting back on the track next year.