The Memorial Day Weekend races all had exciting finishes, with two of them coming down to a pass on the front straight for a win.
Marcos Ambrose is on the verge of breaking into the win column. The Coca-Cola 600 had the potential to be that win.
So close yet so far aptly sums up David Ragan’s night in the Coca-Cola 600.
The Daytona 500 and Coca-Cola 600 provide something that fantasy owners don’t get in any of the other 34 races on the NASCAR Sprint Cup schedule: a test race.
Even on a quiet All-Star night, enough contenders pulled away from pretenders for our panel of NASCAR experts to switch up the poll.
Not that it’s obvious or anything, but NASCAR really, really wanted Dale Earnhardt Jr. in the All-Star Race at Charlotte.
Even if reported estimates for all three national touring races this weekend were combined, it still wouldn’t be enough to fill the 140,000 seats Dover boasts.
In the simplest terms and the most convenient of definitions, it is extremely hard to win a NASCAR Sprint Cup race.
On a night that saw first-time winners and fists flying, the Showtime Southern 500 had a lot of drivers itching to start “Running Their Mouth.”
All of Joe Gibbs Racing’s drivers have been strong at Richmond in the past, but no one has been stronger as of late than Kyle Busch.
We head into a weekend with a multitude of them, culminating in Sunday’s roulette-wheel style race at Talladega.
Check out this week’s Power Rankings to see how your favorite driver sits after making his primetime debut down in Texas.