The green flag for Sunday’s Daytona 500 will feature a feel-good story or two for the 200-lap Super Bowl of Racing. Among the most intriguing and old-school stories of them all is Robert Richardson, Jr. who – in a two-week span – went from farming hay in Texas to strapping back into a NASCAR Sprint …
Four years ago, BK Racing came to Daytona as a two-car team that struggled to get out of its own way. It ran a total of nine laps in the Duels (combined), made the race through provisionals and then promptly struggled to hang onto the lead draft. A comedy of errors on pit road and …
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.
CONCORD, N.C. – It seems that Kyle Busch has found his Nationwide Series nemesis at Charlotte Motor Speedway and thy name is Kenseth.
Michael Waltrip pulled into Daytona with three rides and a new NAPA commercial starring himself more than Martin Truex Jr., who actually wheels their car.
Back at Talladega, Robby Gordon came through with a very respectable 18th-place finish, the team’s best run since he finished 12th at Daytona in July.
BRISTOL, Tenn. – In only the second appearance for the Nationwide Series Car of Tomorrow, Robert Richardson Jr. showed it might have some big flaws.
Anyone who saw the first half of Saturday’s CARFAX 250 at Michigan wouldn’t be surprised that Brad Keselowski scored his fourth victory of the 2010 season.
Last week at New Hampshire, all three cars from the Front Row Motorsports stable left the track on the brink of Top-35 oblivion. Two days after Travis Kvapil’s No. 38 was sent home early with the team’s first DNQ of 2010, teammates Kevin Conway and David Gilliland could only muster 30-something finishes, dropping the Nos. …
Back with his TaxSlayer.com sponsorship, Bobby Labonte was an early threat for a top-10 finish at the same track he scored TRG’s lone top-10 run last fall.
Despite a relatively quiet Speedweeks, Martin Truex Jr.’s first points race for Michael Waltrip Racing was one of the biggest surprises of Sunday’s 500.
Robert Richardson has kind of a unique deal, two different series [Sprint Cup and Nationwide], two limited schedules.