One of NASCAR’s most outspoken drivers has cut out the smack talk during what’s been a quieter-than-normal summer.
Jamie McMurray surged late in the race, passed Kevin Harvick on the final green-flag restart and held serve to bring home his second big win of 2010.
The Brickyard 400 was a race that started out slowly but eventually petered out altogether.
Carl Edwards didn’t apologize, didn’t say any of that. He didn’t have to. NASCAR said it for him.
After a blackout at Gateway forced the postponement of Friday’s CampingWorld.com 200, it was Kevin Harvick who came out victorious.
Chase leaders learned the hard way why Chicago’s known as the Windy City, as many saw their cushion at the top swept away.
This week, here’s a sneak peek at what they all were thinking following the LifeLock.com 400 at Chicagoland Speedway.
Daytona lived up to its wild reputation Saturday night, triggering another Big One that shook up the 43-car field faster than your local bingo caller.
115,000 – number of people in attendance for the Coke Zero 400 powered by Coca-Cola at Daytona International Speedway.
Kevin Harvick got just enough of a jump on the final restart that he left the rest of the field battling furiously for second at Daytona.
“Same old Daytona, cars moving around and bouncing around and handling came into play and you saw a lot of passing and shuffling…”
TNT’s Wide Open coverage of Daytona is something that should happen far more often.