After settling his 2011 plans earlier this week, Allmendinger thanked his Richard Petty Motorsports team with a fourth-place finish at Watkins Glen.
The 24 Hours… err, 500 miles of Pocono not only tested the mettle of all 43 teams Sunday.
We’re heading full steam toward the Dog Days of Summer, but there’s several NASCAR Sprint Cup regulars barking up the wrong tree.
This week, here’s a sneak peek at what they all were thinking following the Sunoco Red Cross Pennsylvania 500 at Pocono Raceway.
In today’s NASCAR sponsors care less and less about on-track performance and more and more about a driver’s “marketability” in other areas.
NASCAR’s other big talker of the past few weeks has been Ray Evernham.
Did You Notice? Bobby Labonte gets a second chance (or is it more like his fourth)?
Juan Pablo Montoya clocked a lap of 49.375 seconds for a speed of 182.278 mph to capture the pole for the 17th running of the Brickyard 400.
Did You Notice? The selective way in which NASCAR fans worry about driver aggression?
Perhaps just the strain of the summer stretch taking its toll, but there seems to be a little bit of frustration boiling over in NASCAR lately.
This week’s “must haves” include Richard Petty Motorsports’ No. 9 of Kasey Kahne and Stewart-Haas Racing’s No. 14 driven by Mr. Tony Stewart himself.
Daytona lived up to its wild reputation Saturday night, triggering another Big One that shook up the 43-car field faster than your local bingo caller.