The 2011 season started with a number of feel-good storylines in Daytona. Name one that will carry forward from here on out.
Unpredictable. That sums up Daytona weekend, from the photo finishes in the Truck and Nationwide series races to Trevor Bayne scoring his first NASCAR victory.
With NASCAR’s three national series back with the biggest race for each, there was plenty to cover as Daytona Speedweeks reached a thrilling conclusion.
Saturday ended with Tony Stewart in victory lane for the fourth straight year and Cup regulars taking half of the top-10 positions. The more things change.
The victory was Stewart’s 10th career Nationwide Series victory, sixth Nationwide win at Daytona and fourth in a row.
Surveying all 45 teams at the track, Frontstretch discovered it’s questionable whether the Nationwide Series will have a full field next weekend in Phoenix.
Bryan Davis Keith caught up with Mike Bliss to discuss his new home and what 2011 has in store for one of the Nationwide Series’ longtime fixtures.
Did You Notice? That there hasn’t been much out there previewing the Duels? It’s still a battle to make NASCAR’s most prestigious race.
Call it making a mountain out of a molehill, but two mistakes have already cost Denny Hamlin a shot at a win and nearly destroyed a Daytona 500 racecar.
Is there a more vocal segment of a fanbase in sports – outside of the loud minority of Nebraska football fans – than the unsilent minority of NASCAR whiners?