Making his seventh start of 2007 in the No. 01 Chevy, Regan Smith’s weekend started off promising – he qualified a respectable 16th.
One week ago, Johnny Sauter was headed straight towards the edge of a cliff. Sauter set the pressure cooker on high by struggling to 30th in Fontana.
All Bill Elliott had to do when Dave Blaney’s engine let go was maintain his position and he would be sitting pretty as far as the bubble position is concerned.
The pressure that Dave Blaney had to feel on Friday did not phase the Toyota driver, who posted the 17th-fastest time of the session.
Shocked? So were many of the fans who watched this year’s edition of the Centurion Boats at the Glen.
Although he got a ride in the end, Boris Said wasn’t afraid to voice his frustrations about what NASCAR’s ruling did to his friend and car owner Mark Simo.
Here’s a sneak peek at what some select few were thinking after the Pennsylvania 500 at Pocono Raceway.
Following the merger between Ginn Racing and DEI, the No. 13 team, currently 35th in owner points, was eliminated; losing their “locked-in” qualifying spot.
With the Daytona debacle now in the rearview mirror, the battle for the Top 35 in car owner points continued this week in Chicagoland; but after an uneventful day for the majority of the cars on the bubble, little changed as far as positions go. In fact, the gap between 35th and 36th place is …
Saturday was supposed to be the luckiest day of the year – July 7, 2007 (7/7/07). On that fateful night, some of NASCAR’s greatest drivers were lucky, indeed, finding no problem pulling the lever and hitting that jackpot on the slot machine of restrictor-plate racing known as Daytona International Speedway. While Jamie McMurray snagged the …