This past Sunday brought about a number of final thoughts regarding the final weekend of the 2010 NASCAR season, as well as what 2011 might hold.
With 36 points races and 41 weeks on the calendar, the extensive NASCAR Cup season finally came to its long-awaited conclusion in Homestead, Fla.
Denny Hamlin dominated the Phoenix event, but a long green-flag run at the end combined with poor fuel mileage conspired to relegate him to a 12th-place finish.
NASCAR heads west one last time this weekend when they go to the Arizona dessert for this weekend’s main event in Phoenix.
Texas Motor Speedway became Denny Hamlin’s personal playground on Sunday (Nov. 7), when he unseated Jimmie Johnson from the top spot in the standings.
Let’s not waste any time after an action-packed Texas; uit’s time to figure out who’s in the best position to capitalize with Who’s Hot/Who’s Not in NASCAR.
This week, here’s a sneak peek at what they all were thinking following the AAA Texas 500 at Texas Motor Speedway.
It may have been the curse of the ancient Indian burial ground popping up once again on Sunday, as Talladega saw some crazy twists and turns.
Simply put, no one dominates Talladega. Just when you think you’ve got a lock, you find out the man in question fails to finish half his plate-track events.
There were indelible images from this weekend at Martinsville, as there often are following a race within the close confines of everyone’s favorite paperclip.
Was Jimmie Johnson’s “rough” Sunday, his 17th straight top 10 at Martinsville enough to drop him from the top spot in our Power Rankings?
There was plenty of chatter in the week leading up to Martinsville that even though the No. 11 and the No. 29 teams were mathematically close to the No. 48 in points, the season was already careening inevitably to a fifth straight Jimmie Johnson title triumph