The bummer at Homestead is, no matter how well you run, the Chase guys get all the airtime. Which is too bad, because Aric Almirola certainly deserved some.
Three drivers: Jimmie Johnson, Denny Hamlin and Kevin Harvick arrive at Homestead this weekend with a shot at the 2010 NASCAR Cup title.
This is a public service announcement provided to the real NASCAR fan by the author of this column.
NASCAR has finally gotten its wish. After the inaugural Chase season of 2004 produced one of the most memorable championship battles in history, one that literally went down to the last lap of the last race, the final event at Homestead on Sunday is going to be just that — a race. With just 15 …
Denny Hamlin dominated the Phoenix event, but a long green-flag run at the end combined with poor fuel mileage conspired to relegate him to a 12th-place finish.
I’ve been thinking – sensibly – about who would be the best champion for NASCAR this year?
Denny Hamlin had Sunday’s race in his grasp, leading the most laps (190), but in the end it was Jimmie Johnson who led the Big Three with a fifth-place finish.
This week, here’s a sneak peek at what all were thinking following the Kobalt Tools 500 at Phoenix International Raceway.
Carl Edwards won the Kobalt Tools 500 pole at Phoenix and had the car at the end to take him to victory lane snapping a 70-race winless streak in the process.
Following Sunday’s race at Texas, Jimmie Johnson and Jeff Gordon swapped crews as Johnson’s bid for a fifth straight title took a blow.
NASCAR heads west one last time this weekend when they go to the Arizona dessert for this weekend’s main event in Phoenix.
Did You Notice? The underlying message that both Richard Childress Racing and Hendrick Motorsports sent NASCAR sponsors the last two weeks?