NASCAR’s Cup Series has the week off so the Power Rankings turns its focus this Wednesday towards the drivers trying desperately to make it there.
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Carl Edwards did not let a minor thing such as a pit-road speeding penalty hamper his bid for his fifth Nationwide Series win at Nashville.
Once again the NASCAR Sprint Cup Series race came down to fuel mileage, Kyle Busch won the Nationwide race and the Truck race was the best.
Yep. Seems like just another day at the office for NASCAR Nation.
However, Busch would be too obvious of a choice for a “hot” driver, as would his fellow NASCAR winners this weekend, Ryan Newman and Matt Crafton. Congratulations to all three of them, but we’re going to take a look at some of the less obvious choices in this edition of Who’s Hot/Who’s Not.
It wasn’t in dominating form, but Kyle Busch was there when it counted at Loudon.
The latest fuel-mileage chapter of NASCAR racing 2011 was written on Friday night in Kentucky, with Brad Keselowski emerging the victor of a cat-and-mouse duel.
Reed Sorenson returned to victory lane for the first time since 2007, handed the trophy after it was determined that Ron Fellows passed Sorenson under yellow.
Remember Trevor Bayne? Daytona 500 champion? New face of NASCAR? The driver who disappeared from NASCAR?
There wasn’t a soul coming into Michigan race weekend that would dare question just how stout Roush Fenway Racing’s Ford Mustangs were.
Brad Keselowski milked 57 laps out of a tank of fuel to win the Kansas race on fuel mileage.
David Ragan’s second-place finish Sunday was his career best, but is it enough to keep the Roush Fenway driver in the seat of the No. 6 Ford?
Momentum, thy name is Stenhouse.