With four races on the books so far in 2010, it’s looking like a whole new ballgame in NASCAR. The races have been very good.
This week was an off-week for the Sprint Cup Series, so we take a look at the best of what people had to say after the Carl Edwards-Brad Keselowski debate.
As the first off weekend of the year approaches, it is a great time to take a look back at the first four weeks of the 2010 NASCAR season.
The No. 2 car of Kurt Busch managed to win a race, but it was two other stories that stole the show this weekend at Atlanta.
Sunday’s (March 7) Kobalt Tools 500 at Atlanta Motor Speedway quickly reminded fans of the show that NASCAR drivers can produce at some of the circuit’s more senior tracks.
Kevin Harvick took the checkered flag 1.308 seconds ahead of Kyle Busch to win the E-Z-Go 200 at Atlanta Motor Speedway.
A weekend in Las Vegas turned out lucky for Jimmie Johnson, who took a four-tire gamble on the last pit stop and rode it to victory number two.
Roll the tape forward to 2010, three races down, and Kevin Harvick is once again living up to the “Happy” moniker he’s carried for most of his Cup career.
With cars, casinos and caution lights run amok, Vegas had a little something for everyone this weekend (or in the case of Kim Kardashian, no one).
This week, here’s a sneak peek at what they all were thinking following the Shelby American at Las Vegas Motor Speedway.
Despite the best efforts of his pit crew, Kevin Harvick still managed to wheel his way into Las Vegas’s victory lane Saturday (Feb. 27).
Taking the plates off at Auto Club Speedway meant the first “unrestricted” race of the regular season Sunday; and for once, the 2-mile oval didn’t disappoint.