It’s worth pausing to reflect on some of the finer moments of the Nashville Superspeedway’s final years as a Nationwide Series venue.
DOVER, Del. – Scott Wimmer will be racing for MacDonald Motorsports at Kansas next weekend (Oct. 8), the driver told Frontstretch Saturday at Dover.
One of the fastest races in recent Nationwide Series memory saw Brad Keselowski all but untouchable on Saturday afternoon.
With positions 31-34 in the owner points all but stagnant, the three-way battle for the last locked-in spot in the Cup field took a number of turns at Loudon.
With Hendrick horsepower under the hood, Landon Cassill was the frontrunner of the bubble drivers for the entire 400 miles at Kentucky.
Pit strategy was the only means for the teams fighting the owner points battle to secure any TV time even over a four-hour broadcast at Pocono.
With Robby Gordon’s team choosing to start-and-park, could anyone behind him take advantage and sneak into a locked-in spot for NASCAR’s Coca-Cola 600
DOVER, Del. – Carl Edwards held on to win the 5-hour Energy 200 at Dover on a rain-soaked Saturday afternoon (May 14).
Talladega ended in a manner that Nationwide Series fans are sick of seeing; Kyle Busch went to victory lane, with underdog Mike Wallace on his roof in turn 3.
Carl Edwards easily defended his race win from last fall at Texas, scoring Ford’s first W after switching to their new CoT Mustang.
With Brad Keselowski set to end the Nationwide Series season, it’s only fitting that this week Frontstretch recaps the top-10 moments for the Series.
Surprise, surprise. Joey Logano won the pole. Logano won Saturday night’s (June 12) Nationwide Series race at Kentucky. And Cup regulars finished 1-2-3.