With the sun slowly setting this evening at Richmond International Raceway, Juan Pablo Montoya captured his second pole of the season, nudging out Regan Smith for the honor. The track speeds seemed to favor the latter part of the qualifying lineup, as seven of the top-10 positions were captured by drivers that went out 25th …
After finishing 22nd in the first practice, Montoya snatched the top of the leaderboard from Kevin Harvick with about five minutes left in Happy Hour at Richmond International Raceway. Montoya’s teammate, Jamie McMurray rebounded in the last session, finishing 9th after struggling to run 26th in the earlier practice. Richard Childress Racing was the team …
After 88 lead changes, at the end of the race, Jimmie Johnson came out of nowhere to lead an eight-car blanket over the finish line at Talladega.
Matt Kenseth thrives on being a late-race bloomer, coming out of nowhere to grab the best finish possible, David Pearson-style.
On Sunday (April 3), Jimmie Johnson wasted no time criticizing NASCAR for a pit-road speeding penalty that took the No. 48 car out of contention.
Kevin Harvick was able to move under Dale Earnhardt Jr. with four laps to go to score his second straight win and become the first repeat winner of 2011.
Roush Fenway Racing had one driver rebound from the earlier practice, with David Ragan bumping Jeff Gordon from the top spot.
RIDGEWAY, Va. – There were no engine problems to speak of Friday (April 1) at Martinsville Speedway over at Joe Gibbs Racing. Only smiles.
Bakersfield’s Kevin Harvick came out of nowhere, leading just one lap – the last one – to take the checkers in Sunday’s Auto Club 400.
Perhaps the more noteworthy story from Bristol is the one of how Jeff Gordon helped to make an impact on a young child’s life.