Following the September 8 Busch Series race at Richmond, driver Kevin Grubb refused a drug test, resulting in suspension for an indefinite period by NASCAR.
SPEED’s Bob Dillner reported, “there was an issue with the [Sylvania 300]-winning car of Kevin Harvick and also his teammate, Jeff Burton, in post-race tech.”
As fall nears and a brisk chill begins to fill the air, the battle for the 2006 NASCAR Nextel Cup championship is just starting to heat up. Just one race into the 10-race Chase, the points standings have already jumbled up faster than the leaves can start to change colors. With the driver points for …
$266,461 – Kevin Harvick’s purse for winning the Sylvania 300.
Now that the field is set, who will win NASCAR’s 2006 Chase for the Championship? Read on to find out who your favorite Frontstretch writer picked… and why.
Hidden behind the big story to come out of Richmond this past weekend, a more troubling piece of news concerning Busch Series driver Kevin Grubb.
Five of the 10 drivers going for the NASCAR Cup Series title are participating for the first time. Does that give an advantage to the “veteran” Chasers?
While Loudon offers two racing lanes, the second groove doesn’t come in until late. Now that you’re not fooled by qualifying, what should you concentrate on?
Q: Do you think last year’s champion Tony Stewart should get an automatic entry into the next season’s Chase?
How… well did the Richmond race live up to its hype?