Was Smoke’s continued strong start, the best of his 14-year Cup career enough to propel him to the top of our rankings?
Was Brad Keselowski’s performance enough to get him back inside the Power Rankings?
Was Stewart’s Sin City success enough to impress our writers and put him atop our Power Rankings?
Even though the actual on-track action was far overshadowed by the delays, Matt Kenseth was able to pull through and win his second Daytona 500.
Who will emerge above the fray in year two, post Five-Time Dominance?
As much of a pleasant surprise that Paul Menard was in 2010, very few dreamed that 2011 would be even better.
While each intermediate track varies slightly in layout, drivers that usually perform well at one, perform well at another.
Let’s take a look at the drivers who are heading into the weekend at Talladega with momentum on their side.
CONCORD, N.C. – Paul Menard will start on the pole for Friday’s Dollar General 300 Miles of Courage (Oct. 14).
KANSAS CITY, Kan. – A few Chasers and several non Chasers, were quick in the first practice session of the day for Sprint Cup Series drivers.
Let’s sort through the drivers who have (or don’t have) momentum heading into next weekend at Kansas Speedway.
Alfred Jackson emails, “OK, as an old (I mean experienced) official, what’s your take on the alleged “deliberate” spin at Atlanta by Paul Menard?”