The NASCAR Cup Series has the week off, so the Power Rankings turns its focus towards a different subset of drivers: those trying to make it there.
It’s hardly surprising that Hendrick Motorsports would go so far to support the operations of Turner Motorsports.
Since you’ve already been flooded by news about NASCAR Cup Series drivers winning both races this weekend, here’s a completely Cup Series FREE Hot/Not.
Hello and welcome back to Talking NASCAR TV, where I look into the race broadcasts that we all watch and sometimes enjoy.
NASCAR fans love to see an underdog win. We adore watching them rise above. We don’t like to watch Superman steal the thunder over and over.
When the topic of NASCAR’s roots comes up, Nashville isn’t always near the top of anyone’s list. But it should be.
Take one look at Saturday’s Nationwide Series finishing order from Nashville and a race fan would never know that the Cup Series had an off weekend.
Carl Edwards stormed past Kyle Busch on lap 191 and never looked back, cruising to his second series victory of 2011 and fourth at Nashville Superspeedway.
In just his eighth Nationwide Series start (and his first at Nashville), Austin Dillon came home a very respectable seventh.
The opportunity to reach a large, passionate fanbase while gaining exposure to new business partners drove Nationwide’s decision to become involved with NASCAR.