Less than a week after announcing Shell/Pennzoil would be leaving Richard Childress Racing, Kevin Harvick drove their colors to victory lane at Talladega.
As we prepare for racing’s semi-annual version of Russian Roulette (Talladega), it’s always nice to take a quick look back before we’re battered by the Big One.
While racing at Talladega is fun to watch, for fans who have money or a fantasy team at stake… it can be more than a little nerve wracking.
Richard Childress is left to find a sponsor for the No. 29 driven by Kevin Harvick, while Sam Hornish Jr. is forced to court new financial support for Penske.
Q: If the buzz is true, Budweiser is shopping its sponsorship around. Some people don’t think Kasey [Kahne] is “Bud” enough with the image fans expect.
Texas was the first real test of the new spoiler. What grade does it get?
Once again, Mother Nature wreaked havoc with the NASCAR schedule, causing the second rain-delayed race in three weeks.
Considering that Kasey Kahne is soon to join Hendrick and Ryan Newman just won, I’m thinking: has Dale Earnhardt Jr. really been struggling that much worse?
The duel in the Phoenix desert Saturday night came packaged with a sudden late-night plot twist that led to a green-white-checkered finish for the ages.
NASCAR parked Jason Leffler at Nashville after Leffler, apparently intentionally, put James Buescher in the wall. Was the three-race probation appropriate?
Just when you thought full-time Sprint Cup Series drivers could exert no more dominance over NASCAR’s Nationwide and Truck series, think again.
Bad economy? Awkward weekend? Or is it possible that NASCAR’s cash-cow decision to let Cup drivers run rampant all over their AAA league is now biting them?