The 2011 Nationwide Series campaign is going to have a suspenseful finish. What’s after that is anybody’s guess.
Much ado has been made in recent weeks of current Sprint Cup Series championship contender Matt Kenseth and his quest for sponsorship in 2012.
Nationwide Series fans in 2011 have been treated to four unlikely wins over the course of this season.
In leading 173 laps, Brad Keselowski delivered the most dominating performance the Nationwide Series has seen in recent memory, winning at Kansas Saturday.
The Nationwide Series championship battle has definitely lost some of its luster with dwindling numbers.
Let’s sort through the drivers who have (or don’t have) momentum heading into next weekend at Kansas Speedway.
Carl Edwards powered by polesitter Elliott Sadler on lap 11 and never looked back, leading 179 circuits en route to a commanding win.
One race into the Chase, is anyone out of the running after Chicagoland?
NASCAR Car Washes have already entered into the community spirit of giving back.
A night that seemed poised to have a dramatic impact on the 2011 Nationwide Series title chase ended up being more of the same: Cup drivers stealing the show.
For some reason, Mother Nature doesn’t seem to be a very big NASCAR fan these days.
Despite the best efforts of Kyle Busch to run him down, Carl Edwards topped a dominant evening with his 35th career Nationwide Series win Saturday night.