What the 38th-place finish for Jimmie Johnson did do was open up a small sliver of opportunity for Mark Martin and Jeff Gordon.
The Texas Tea Party we all witnessed Sunday ended up tasting like fuel, as Kurt Busch claimed his second season victory in the Dickies 500.
This week, here’s a sneak peek at what they all were thinking following the Dickies 500 at Texas Motor Speedway.
Our pollsters were left scratching their heads and putting the pieces together the best they could after a typical Talladega finish.
This week, here’s a sneak peek at what they all were thinking following the AMP Energy 500 at Talladega Superspeedway.
Welcome to Talladega, future home of the “Worst Possible Outcome 500.” Your ticket to the race comes with a complimentary toe-tag.
Anyone who reads this site knows that I’ve always defended restrictor-plate racing as being just that, racing. Real racing. I’ve defended it as a discipline, just as road racing is a discipline, and insisted that the Chase needs Talladega just as much as it needs a road course in it. And even after Sunday’s joke …
Mark Martin said before Sunday’s race that Talladega is nothing more than “a game of chance.”
Once considered the driver most likely to break the record of seven Cup championships, will Jeff Gordon ever take home a fifth?
Although he didn’t win on Sunday, Jimmie Johnson continued his death grip on the top spot in the Power Rankings with his second-place finish at Martinsville.
I know it’s hard to imagine right now, but contrary to popular belief Jimmie Johnson and the No. 48 car does get involved in wrecks from time to time.
The usual suspects played “follow the leader” at Martinsville in what proved to be a fairly competitive race.