Weird to say, right, that Kevin Harvick leading the points by 300 wasn’t a legitimate NASCAR title contender until his third win of 2010?
One of the most positive storylines to come out of Chicago was the crowd in the grandstands on Friday night.
“Same old Daytona, cars moving around and bouncing around and handling came into play and you saw a lot of passing and shuffling…”
I observed an interesting new fashion trend, if it can be called fashion, around Loudon, N.H. this season.
Kyle Busch became the first repeat winner of the Nationwide Series event at Loudon.
After four lackluster outings culminating in spinning out his teammate at Michigan, Reed Sorenson has replaced Casey Mears as the relief driver of the No. 83.
CONCORD, N.C. – Saturday at Charlotte was a case of role reversal, with a late comer snatching a Nationwide Series race from the dominant driver of the day.
RICHMOND, Va. – After winning the pole, Kyle Busch quipped he would lead laps, assuming Brad Keselowski didn’t take him out. Keselowski didn’t have to.
Reed Sorenson spoke with Frontstretch at Talladega Superspeedway, assessing his past, present and future inside the sport.
Despite Joey Logano’s efforts, Kyle Busch was able to charge to the lead on a late-race restart, scoring his third Nationwide win of 2010 and fifth at Texas.
Latch onto the fates of these often-hidden but talented individuals in our latest look at Who’s Hot/Not in NASCAR’s other top-two series: Nationwide and Trucks.
This Saturday in Nashville, Kevin Harvick’s No. 33 was the class of a very stout field in what’s turning into a regular occurrence for 2010.