Despite running out front all night long, Tony Stewart had his work cut out for him in the closing stages of Sunday night’s Emory Healthcare 500 at Atlanta.
Jimmie Johnson took home a third place at Atlanta, and while that’s not something he needs to write home about, it’s his best finish since he won in June.
With an even dozen races left in the season, it used to be that NASCAR’s so-called Silly Season was just heating up.
With the final off week of the season behind us, it’s time to look ahead to Sunday night’s race in Atlanta, the highlight of Labor Day weekend.
With the NASCAR season two-thirds of the way gone, we’re grading all the drivers and teams once again on their performance so far in 2010.
During the course of the last few weeks, the dominant topic of conversation in just about any motorsports medium has been NASCAR’s Chase for the Cup.
The Sprint Cup boys spent the whole day running from the top to the bottom of Michigan International Speedway… and everywhere in between.
Kevin Harvick pushed Denny Hamlin around Tony Stewart after the final restart, then on lap 189 passed the No. 11 car and drove off into the Michigan sunset.
The No. 19 team’s future is in doubt without sponsorship for the 2011 season, so running the way they did at Michigan had to be a real pick-me-up.
Will NASCAR shrink the size of the Cup field from 43 to 36 cars? There’s no indication of that happening.
Kasey Kahne is officially headed to Red Bull Racing for the 2011 season. Does the move make sense and at whose expense will it be?
When it was all said and done, Kasey Kahne was announced as a driver for Red Bull next year, behind the wheel of a Toyota. Seriously?