After Regan Smith’s win at Darlington, here are the five greatest upsets from the past 20 years of NASCAR racing.
In the past couple of weeks, the talk of the NASCAR world has been about drivers behaving badly.
Kevin Harvick told reporters outside NASCAR’s “oval office” it was a shame they were covering his latest dustup instead of talking to Regan Smith about his win.
It doesn’t take a rocket scientist to figure out this week’s big story from NASCAR Bubbleland: Regan Smith earning an upset Darlington victory.
Trevor Bayne, the youngest driver in history to win the Daytona 500, will not race at the Lady in Black this evening.
Does Trevor Bayne’s illness make Ricky Stenhouse Jr. the No. 1 prospect for Roush Fenway Racing?
Kyle Busch was able to stretch 107 laps out of a tank of fuel to drive to victory Saturday night at Richmond.
Dave Blaney stepped up again this week at Richmond with a 13th-place finish, which most importantly jumped the team three spots in owner points.
This was supposed to be the year Denny Hamlin went toe-to-toe with Jimmie Johnson for the Sprint Cup title.
Sometimes things happen that remind us all that no matter how passionate we are about racing (or anything else), it’s really just a diversion from life.
The NASCAR Cup Series has the week off, so the Power Rankings turns its focus towards a different subset of drivers: those trying to make it there.
It’s the question of who will wind up potentially being the odd man out at Roush Fenway Racing. Will it be Trevor Bayne or Ricky Stenhouse Jr.?