If there’s been one common element to ESPN’s coverage of the Nationwide Series, it’s been that they find a flavor of the week. This week, it’s Danica.
With qualifying out of the way and the Gatorade Duels upon us this week, it’s just a matter of days before the 2010 NASCAR season officially begins.
The ESPN crew in the booth on Saturday made the claim that Kyle Busch was on such a rail that they ought to rename Texas Motor Speedway “Kyle Busch Speedway.”
Joey Logano added yet another accolade to his rapidly growing resume as he did what he needed to do to record a solid third-place finish at Talladega.
Just another Friday night Nationwide Series race in 2009… or so it seemed. Kyle Busch took the lead early, ran away from the field and stunk up the show at Darlington, leading all but 10 of the laps run in the 200-miler. But despite his best efforts, the 24-year-old did not take one step closer …
In a Nutshell: For the first half of the race, it looked as if the Nationwide Series may have a different storyline to follow, as Kevin Harvick led 88 of the first 93 laps and appeared to be poised to score his first career series win in his own equipment. However, a lengthy pit stop …
After winning the pole Saturday morning, Carl Edwards dominated the CARFAX 250 at Michigan, leading 71 of 125 laps to score his third victory of the season.