DARLINGTON, S.C. – For the 36th time in the last 82 Nationwide Series races, a Joe Gibbs Racing entry visited victory lane.
What started as a year of promise to restore the NASCAR Nationwide Series to its rightful place as a development league for stock car racing has unraveled.
While Brad Keselowski retook the points lead with another Talladega triumph, it was a rough day for the other Cup regulars running full Nationwide schedules.
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.
When it’s your night, it’s your night. Friday night (April 9) at Phoenix was Kyle Busch’s night, though he certainly made it interesting.
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.
Did You Notice? Martinsville’s finish was one of the best we’ve had in the past several years, causing longtime fans to breathe easier about its future?
When one thinks of Fontana, chances are they’re not thinking of wild finishes.
If Saturday night at Milwaukee was any indication, the future of Roush Fenway Racing is in very good hands.
This week, here’s a special Nationwide Series peek at what the drivers were thinking following the Pepsi 300 at Nashville Superspeedway.
On a weekend that saw the Nationwide Series take center stage outside Nashville, there was little chance for the Series’ regulars to show their stuff. Instead, yet another Nationwide Series race turned into the battle of JGR and Carl. At least it was exciting. Overcoming early problems with lug-nut glue on pit road, JGR teammates …