It wasn’t Joey Logano’s first NASCAR Sprint Cup Series victory, but it sure felt like it.
Two days after leading the first all-day test at Pocono Raceway, Mark Martin and the No. 55 Toyota led the charts Friday afternoon during Cup practice (June 8).
Thirteen races are in the books, meaning there are only another 13 races to run until we reach the cutoff point after the second Richmond race.
While Hendrick Motorsports gets hotter by the week, there were several key momentum shifts in Sprint Cup after Sunday’s race at the Monster Mile.
Almost lost in the Dover shuffle this weekend was a bit of news that’s sure to come as a blessing to some Sprint Cup teams – and a bane to others.
Simply put, Richmond shook up the Sprint Cup Series standings and the same can be said for this week’s Power Rankings
It wasn’t as bad as Texas, Fontana or Kansas but it surely was Richmond Lite … less action, more boring.
For a driver scaling back his schedule, Mark Martin certainly isn’t scaling back his driving.
Bruton Smith is moving forward with ruining yet another perfectly good NASCAR racetrack in the hopes of – wait for it – improving racing.
Did You Notice? The difference Mark Martin makes with a new team?
It’s about time, right?! Greg Biffle, who has been the points leader for all but two races this season, finally and officially established himself.
Was Smoke’s continued strong start, the best of his 14-year Cup career enough to propel him to the top of our rankings?