The silence surrounding Rowdy Busch has been deafening. And that being said, Saturday’s Nationwide Series race suddenly has new importance.
After Texas, the championship battle is effectively between Tony Stewart and Carl Edwards. Who has an edge the last two races and why?
Despite leading a race-high 157 laps, Carl Edwards couldn’t close the deal for the final six.
“This is just as surreal as the [Daytona] 500,” said Trevor Bayne in victory lane.
“Jack can be pretty blunt,” said David Ragan last Saturday (Oct. 22), speaking of Roush Fenway Racing owner, Jack Roush. Oh yeah? Well so can I.
I’ve seen better races and worse races than Talladega on Sunday, but I simply can’t recall a single race that pissed more fans off.
At what point do the needs of a team (or a manufacturer, or an engine supplier) outweigh the wants of an individual?
Martinsville may have more to say about this championship than originally thought.
Charlotte Motor Speedway has seen its share of unexpected, if not underdog, winners in recent seasons. This weekend’s 500-miler was not one of those times.
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?
Did You Notice? The Chaser pressing the panic button this week should be Jeff Gordon?