Champagne showered down on Jeff Gordon at Pocono Sunday, marking his second Cup victory of 2011 and the first multi-win season in four years for the Rainbow Warrior.”
Dale Earnhardt Jr. ran out of gas exiting the fourth corner on the final lap, allowing Kevin Harvick to streak by and claim his third win of the season.
Kyle Busch’s team got the No. 18 car off pit road first on the last stop and while Carl Edwards and Jimmie Johnson kept him honest, there was no catching Busch.
Love him or hate him – and most of the people reading this prefer the latter – one can’t deny the impressive performance of Kyle Busch.
BRISTOL, Tenn. – New race at Bristol… same ol’ Kyle Busch.
Did You Notice? How many NASCAR pundits declared Trevor Bayne to be the next rising star in NASCAR following his surprise Daytona win?
Bristol needs to deliver as it has before. Close racing, bent-up sheetmetal and a feud that will simmer until Fontana are all “must haves” on Sunday.
So which NASCAR drivers are sticking in my head to watch moving forward? Three surprises stand out; let’s delve into their seasons and find out why.
It’s only three races into the year, but already NASCAR is plenty full of intriguing storylines to carry us through a full season.
This past weekend’s Nationwide Series race was a microcosm of the love/hate relationship of fans in the NASCAR world.