With just four more races until the 2011 season concludes, Kasey Kahne appears to be making a statement for next year.
One-hundred eighty-eight laps around Talladega wound down into a two-car dash to the finish with Clint Bowyer crossing the line in the first spot.
You would think that it was an unusual weekend in Talladega the way people are reacting to the racing. On the contrary, it was business as usual.
Read this week’s Power Rankings to find out if your driver shined under the lights at Charlotte or if his bulb fizzled.
Matt Kenseth will likely never be NASCAR’s “class clown,” but his uber-serious demeanor has paid great dividends this season.
Is it just me, or is everyone still as clueless about the Chase as we were back in February?
There is no better place, except Talladega of course, than Charlotte to take a gamble.
Check the Power Rankings this week to see where your favorite driver resides with six races left.
Why … did Clint Bowyer wind up at Michael Waltrip Racing?
In the last two races, it has been hard to ignore Jimmie Johnson after many wanted to count him out following a less than impressive start to the Chase.
Domination, thy name is Jimmie Johnson. At least that was the case at Kansas Speedway as he led 197 of the 272 laps in the Hollywood Casino 400.
Read the Power Rankings this week to find out how the experts are shaking down this 43-car field with only seven races left to go.