Let our experts help you get up to speed for the coming week no matter what competition you might have missed, all in this week’s edition of Pace Laps!
Even as a single-car operation, Roush Fenway Racing didn’t miss a beat after two weeks off.
It’s worth pausing to reflect on some of the finer moments of the Nashville Superspeedway’s final years as a Nationwide Series venue.
The Nationwide Series regulars’ streak of wins to start 2012 ended at four in southern California, with polesitter Joey Logano pulling away from the field.
A decade removed from the site of his first career Cup win, Elliott Sadler drove away from the field on a lap 272 restart with old tires.
Elliott Sadler stayed out on the final caution to win the Ford EcoBoost 300 by 1.159 seconds over Kasey Kahne.
Holding off Mark Martin on the final two restarts of the afternoon, Ricky Stenhouse Jr.’s No. 6 proved to be the class of the field.
Did You Notice? The alliteration for 2012 Daytona Speedweeks was Demolition Derby?
Here’s a look inside the numbers at how some of your favorite drivers and teams could make history once the checkered flag falls.
James Buescher came from 11th place entering turn 4 only to emerge unscathed down the frontstretch, taking his first career NASCAR victory.
Did You Notice? The last two 500 winners have been Cinderella stories?
With the Cup guys out of the picture, who becomes the favorite to take the title in each division?