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.
HAMPTON, Ga. – Carl Edwards was set back by a pit-road penalty, then powered his way back to the front to win the Great Clips 300 at Atlanta Motor Speedway.
BRISTOL, Tenn. – Kyle Busch led four times for a race high 186 laps en route to his 50th career Nationwide victory, but not without excitement.
The Marcos Ambrose Redemption Tour carried on into Montreal Saturday, with the Tasmanian exorcising his demons on the Circuit Gilles Villeneuve.
Kyle Busch was a few laps short on fuel and forced to pit from the lead 10 miles from the checkered flag, leaving Kurt Busch to drive away from the field.
I don’t want to listen to a pair of drivers sounding like my two youngest sisters squabbling over who had to sit in the puke seat back in the day.
Did You Notice? Why so many races have switched towards a fuel-mileage strategy?