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.
Now that the smoke has cleared from that 19-car pileup at Daytona, the battle for the final two spots in the 2010 NASCAR Chase for the Cup is as cluttered as turn 3 was on Saturday night (July 3). In my view, 10 men are safe, leaving eight drivers 180 points apart with chances to …
Last Friday at New Hampshire Motor Speedway, NASCAR Sprint Cup veteran Mark Martin noted that the racing has changed during his career.
To say things are a bit crowded around the 12th and final Chase spot is like saying you might bump into somebody in Beijing on a bicycle. The fight to get into the final transfer spot come Richmond in September is setting up to be an epic bloodbath, the likes of which will make the …
Sunday’s race was won with a bump and run from series champion Jimmie Johnson to Kurt Busch in a classic short track battle. But on Friday, Mark Martin and Jeff Burton both commented that lack of respect on the racetrack is becoming a huge problem in NASCAR, changing how the game is played in a bad way. Are they correct, or were the comments just leftover frustration from a wreck-filled race at Sonoma?
“Horrendous.” “Berserk.” “A living hell.” All these words were uttered by some of NASCAR’s finest drivers Friday, looking back at the Infineon Bumper Cars 350.
Don’t worry, Marcos. It happens to the best in the business, too. Need proof? Check this out.
Sunday’s race (June 27) at New Hampshire might turn out to be a Nightmare on Bahre Street for some who have done others wrong in recent weeks.