It didn’t matter how long his winless streak was, Carl Edwards showed in his final two races that he could return to championship form next season.
Denny Hamlin is the early favorite going into Homestead FICTION It’ll be talked about over and over again to the point you’re sick of hearing it before next Sunday’s season finale in Homestead, but the No. 11 team’s late-race fuel miscalculation will be under a microscope if for whatever reason he doesn’t leave Miami with …
Back before Jimmie Johnson and Chad Knaus morphed into a well-calibrated machine, Rick Hendrick had to host a kindergarten-style milk and cookies meeting to patch up their at-the-time shaky relationship.
With so many unknowns coming into Talladega, it was difficult to predict what the Chase was going to look like over the final three races. Well, with Denny Hamlin, Jimmie Johnson and Kevin Harvick all finishing in the top 10, the Sprint Cup Series is now set up for one of the tightest points battles ever.
While Talladega may be a crapshoot, no driver outside of the top three made enough progress at Martinsville to truly have a chance to win the championship over the final three races.
As soon as Tony Stewart ran out of fuel approaching the white flag, and after realizing that Bowyer was going to sneak out a well-deserved win, I immediately said to myself, “Stewart’s done.”
Does your favorite driver have a shot to win the 2010 NASCAR Cup championship? In this week’s edition of Fact or Fiction, we analyze which drivers will really compete for the hardware in Miami and why. Denny Hamlin FICTION OK, OK. I know he’s leading the series in wins. I know I said last week …
Every year there is that one driver who is the popular sleeper pick heading into the final 10 races. Without a doubt that driver this year is Carl Edwards.
In something that’s become a weekly tradition for me for years now, I got a phone call from my brother following the conclusion of yesterday’s Nationwide race in Montreal to discuss the NASCAR weekend that was.
Speaking of Team Red Bull, Vickers’s return, Scott Speed and the addition of Kasey Kahne in 2011 has left three drivers under contract for next season. The team has two options: run two cars or put Kahne in the No. 82 and let Speed out of his contract.