Kyle Busch’s team got the No. 18 car off pit road first on the last stop and while Carl Edwards and Jimmie Johnson kept him honest, there was no catching Busch.
This week, here’s a sneak peek at what they all were thinking following the Jeff Byrd 500 (presented by Food City) at Bristol Motor Speedway.
Last year, the chief complaint at Bristol was that the tire compound laid too much rubber on the track, making the racing surface too slick.
Paul Menard sits a career-best sixth in points and is the highest running driver for the Richard Childress Racing team.
Don’t be afraid to get a little Rowdy this weekend. Kyle Busch has won three of the last four Sprint Cup races at Bristol.
It was Carl Edwards who was able to celebrate after Tony Stewart let victory slip from his grasp in Las Vegas.
While the Hendrick shuffle is already bearing fruit, the new four-car Richard Childress Racing is running much like the four-car RCR of old: mediocre.
Very few people would have thought about Phoenix if you asked them where to see the Big One in a Cup race, but there it was all over the backstretch on Sunday.
Not since Jamie McMurray won his second race at Charlotte has someone won in their Cup career as quickly as Trevor Bayne did in taking the Daytona 500.
Heading to Daytona, let’s take a look at all who benefited from an owner points swap this offseason.
For the second time in the organization’s history, Richard Childress Racing will head to Daytona for the season opener as a four-car team.
Looking at Paul Menard’s body of work for the 2010 season, it is a little hard to say what could have been the best part.