Daytona delivered yet again this weekend and the asphalt was largely to thank.
The No. 3 returned to Daytona… and to its familiar home in victory lane… on Friday night (July 2).
Mikey Kile sits poised to make a statement as the ARCA circuit heads to Iowa.
The only rival to the amount of ink wasted on Danica Patrick this past weekend proved to be the plethora of columns out there professing that Jimmie Johnson’s luck had simply run out, that this was the year the streak would finally end.
So much for that. Back-to-back wins over the last two weeks have made 2010 suddenly look a lot like 2009, 2008, 2007, 2006… you know how that story goes.
Kyle Busch became the first repeat winner of the Nationwide Series event at Loudon.
Like it or not, NASCAR and ESPN are at the controls of this sinking ship. And they’re putting a lot of faith in Danica-mania being the ticket back to port.
The fact is, NASCAR has boxed their competitors into this demolition derby sort of exhibition week after week.
Carl Edwards led 35 of the 50 laps run in NASCAR’s debut race on the Road America road course with this division, stealing the lead for good on lap 41.
RICHMOND, Va. – I stopped by Brian Keselowski’s hauler at Richmond International Raceway last month to ask about why his third car had been withdrawn.
With Kevin Conway’s sponsor electing to skip the Nationwide Series and tackle the Cup ranks, getting up to speed during his rookie season has proven difficult.