Last Sunday’s race at Martinsville didn’t go the way fantasy owners thought it would for Denny Hamlin, but it wasn’t because he didn’t have a good car.
Mark Martin has conceded in recent weeks that Kyle Busch will likely pass him for the Nationwide Series wins record over the next couple of months.
NASCAR’s classic short track in Martinsville, Va., on the schedule since 1949, treated us to one of the best races of the season Sunday.
“Beyond the stat itself or the records or whatever, it’s the experiences of it all that are the most important to me.” – Mark Martin
Martinsville is, in many ways, a milestone weekend for the ageless wonder, Mark Martin.
Saturday’s NASCAR Nationwide Series race was a bit more competitive since Kyle Busch wasn’t as dominant as he was in Sunday’s Cup Series event.
After the standings were thrown into the mixer that is Bristol, read on to see how this week’s Power Rankings have shaken out for your Frontstretch experts.
Don’t be afraid to get a little Rowdy this weekend. Kyle Busch has won three of the last four Sprint Cup races at Bristol.
Brad Keselowski is now in a marquee ride and no longer has the rookie stripe to point to as justification for struggling in the Cup ranks.
So which NASCAR drivers are sticking in my head to watch moving forward? Three surprises stand out; let’s delve into their seasons and find out why.
A blown Goodyear entering turn 1 coming to the checkers left the door wide open for Mark Martin to extend his all-time lead in Nationwide wins to 49.
Very few people would have thought about Phoenix if you asked them where to see the Big One in a Cup race, but there it was all over the backstretch on Sunday.