10. Richard Childress driver Clint Bowyer led a Pepsi 400 race-high 55 laps, finishing seventh. By way of contrast, winner Jamie McMurray led all of three laps.
A nasty rumor surfaced this week that NASCAR had discussions to move the date of the Daytona 500, to November, where it can square off with the NFL.
Self-appointed “King of Stock Car Racing” Brian France pontificated after hearing reports that recently suspended crew chiefs had been coaching their teams.
Kudos to Tony Eury Jr., who this week fired a salvo over NASCAR’s bow. Opining on the rash and severity of penalties doled out of late concerning the Car of Tomorrow and the nuances of the car’s templates, Eury had this to say: “The [rule] book’s there for a reason. The template’s there for a …
With his win on Sunday, has Denny Hamlin vaulted into position to be Jeff Gordon’s most serious challenger for the championship?
The Nextel Cup circuit heads to Daytona this week for NASCAR’s traditional Independence Day extravaganza. Held on the 2.5-mile tri-oval to mark the end of the season’s first half, the 400-miler gives us a chance to take stock and look back on what’s been a wild and wacky beginning to ’07. Even though the race …
8. All of the Pettys are at that age where nothing beats a good nap on a Saturday afternoon.
The 1-mile flat track up in Loudon, N.H. proved as difficult as ever to pass on Sunday, but that didn’t stop a resurgent Jeff Gordon from giving it a shot. His last-lap battle with Denny Hamlin left the two side-by-side heading to the finish line; but in the end, Hamlin held on, squeaking out a …
$235,775 – Denny Hamlin’s purse for winning the Lenox Industrial Tools 300.
Sunday’s Lenox Industrial Tools 300 will go down in history as the occasion of Toyota’s first Cup pole, achieved by Dave Blaney.