After the “now I’ve seen everything” week that was Daytona, Sunday rolled around and it was business as usual at Phoenix International Raceway.
Darian Grubb is certainly the hottest crew chief in the garage right now. Here are the drivers and teams that are hot and a few that are not.
In case you missed it, NASCAR made some safety changes this week to protect track safety workers after the jet dryer explosion at Daytona.
Here’s a look inside the numbers at how some of your favorite drivers and teams could make history once the checkered flag falls.
Did You Notice? The last two 500 winners have been Cinderella stories?
Michael Waltrip enjoys the spotlight and Monday’s Sprint Media Tour stop at Michael Waltrip Racing (Jan. 23) was no different
Mark Martin was essentially a placeholder for Kasey Kahne this year.
Did You Notice? All the attention showered on the championship this week?
One of the many reasons that 2011 has managed to hold our interest from beginning to end is the sheer competitiveness of it.
It doesn’t seem possible, but somehow 35 weeks of racing have surpassed us and now it’s time for one final hurrah to end the 2011 season.
There have been a number of changes to Phoenix, but it still a relatively flat 1-mile track.
After Texas, the championship battle is effectively between Tony Stewart and Carl Edwards. Who has an edge the last two races and why?