Brad Keselowski won the spring race at Richmond on a last-lap pass, having to out-race Greg Biffle after dominating the event.
For all the tire strategy that made Saturday night’s Great Clips 300 both interesting and confusing, it didn’t pave the way to victory lane at Atlanta.
During the final off week of the NASCAR season, we’re taking a look at some stars of tomorrow who could potentially make an impact down the road.
Oh la la! What a race in Montreal on Sunday, the type where the fans gave a standing ovation longer than some stayed in the stands at Chicagoland this year.
“Finally!” exclaimed Boris Said as he emerged in NAPA Auto Parts 200 victory lane after scoring his first career Nationwide Series victory in Montreal.
Limitations on Cup driver participation and on Cup regulars running for the Nationwide Series title are reportedly being seriously considered.
While Trevor Bayne has captured two poles in a row at ORP, he may not have that opportunity at Gateway in the usual sense.
Kyle Busch capitalized on a dominating performance to score his eighth Nationwide Series win of 2010 in the Kroger 200.
Trevor Bayne was the 16th driver to take to the track but was the fastest car in the field after everyone had posted a time.
After battling for the lead for nearly the entire 250 miles on Saturday at Gateway, Brad Keselowski and Carl Edwards were again duking it out up front.
One of the most positive storylines to come out of Chicago was the crowd in the grandstands on Friday night.
The No. 3 returned to Daytona… and to its familiar home in victory lane… on Friday night (July 2).