With five races to go, you were seeing RCR cars running up front as a whole. It wasn’t just one. It was all of them running good.
When I got the email that Jamie McMurray would be at the Friar’s Club for a media lunch this Tuesday, I couldn’t resist.
It’s fair to say that 2009 was not a tremendous year for NASCAR TV advertising.
After last year’s damp squib of a race, what NASCAR needs is a Daytona 500 that lives up to the famous old moniker, “The Great American Race.”
It was a tremendous season for Hendrick Motorsports, so as thoughts turn to 2010, I’m going to take a look at nine non-Hendrick drivers to watch.
if you’ll forgive the crass reference, Jeff Gordon’s “Drive for Five” has very much “short-circuited” all over again.
What the 38th-place finish for Jimmie Johnson did do was open up a small sliver of opportunity for Mark Martin and Jeff Gordon.
I was appalled by the lack of racing and then carnage at the end of what purported to be a NASCAR race, but was a glorified 2.66-mile game of Scalextric.
Fast forward to Sunday’s return to the track in the shadow of the Blue Ridge and there’s three words that sum up where we are: Jimmie flipping Johnson.
For all intents and purposes Carl Edwards’s quest for his first Sprint Cup crown is over. Surprise, surprise.