Kevin Harvick got one more shot at the Sam’s Town 250 win and took advantage of a poor start by the No. 60 Ford of Carl Edwards to pounce going into turn 1.
As the Cup Series heads back into the Southern hospitality of Atlanta, who are the drivers that can right your fantasy ship?
The tight Martinsville paperclip did its part to keep the points close Sunday, throwing a wrench into the Chase for the Nextel Cup standings.
Kevin Harvick and the rest of the Cup drivers running the full Busch Series schedule have it easy over the next few days – the Busch Series has their final “off” week of the season this weekend. That’s good, because next week should prove to be the most difficult of the season for the dual …
As the smoke cleared in Charlotte, Jeff Burton continued to remain the class of the Chase field, with his challengers now looking to play catchup.
Kasey Kahne came out and dominated at Lowe’s, leading 134 laps to come out on top in the Bank of America 500 and close within 160 of points leader Jeff Burton.
Kevin Harvick locked up the Busch Series championship Friday with four races still remaining on the schedule; it’s the earliest any driver has ever managed to clinch the title. His winning margin currently stands at 775 points over second-place Carl Edwards, easily outpacing the current record for largest margin (616 points, set by Jeff Green …
Dave Blaney stood on the gas, and coming out of the fourth turn Matt Kenseth lost control of the No. 17 Ford, spinning out as Blaney drove off for the win.
Who are the drivers most likely to help you rebound from a tough week in your fantasy league as the racing moves back to “normal” racing at Charlotte?
There are certain things that we’ve come to expect from restrictor-plate races lately, and this weekend’s Nextel Cup race at Talladega had most of the bases covered. Side-by-side racing… check. Bump-drafting… check. The Big One… check. Controversy… check. Upset fans… check. It seems like the only checkmark left empty on a wild day in Alabama …
With new asphalt and restrictor-plate engines, every team is going to be holding their breath for 500 miles, hoping they can avoid Talladega’s Big One.
Jimmie Johnson was blowing by the competition, but Tony Stewart calmly came in and stole the Banquet 400 win away with a little extra fuel.