The number one winner on the weekend has to be Kyle Petty, even though it wasn’t always smooth sailing for the No. 45 Petty Enterprises team on Sunday.
Joe Nemechek has had a horrific year, but he’s stuck it out in the No. 01 Army Chevrolet, and now things are finally beginning to turn around.
Kyle Petty emerged as a top-15 car, using a two-tire stop to propel him to a 10th-place finish, within 72 points of 35th place with just four races remaining.
The Subway 500 is the 32nd race on the 36-race NASCAR Nextel Cup Series schedule. Martinsville has hosted the Nextel Cup Series since 1949.
This weekend’s race at Martinsville kicks off the second half of NASCAR’s playoffs, the Chase for the Championship. The first five races have been kind to some of us (Mike), while others are struggling to make up lost ground from early miscues (Cami). On the track, Jeff Burton has made the biggest gain, moving from …
Tony Raines was the big winner in the Top 35 at Lowe’s. The No. 96 Hall of Fame Racing team was able to take the lead using pit strategy early in the race.
Elliott Sadler was the big loser this weekend, the victim of a pit-road mishap during the first caution of the race.
Friday’s schedule at the Kansas Speedway was jam-packed, with Nextel Cup practice and qualifying, Busch Series practice and USAC Silver Crown Series practice and qualifying.
Bobby Labonte was Dover’s big winner amongst the Top-35 crowd. The No. 43 Petty Enterprises team simply had an outstanding afternoon at Dover.
Kevin Harvick dominated the Sylvania 300 at New Hampshire Sunday, leading 118 of the final 123 laps to take the checkered flag for the second week in a row.