For the feel-good stories, for the final-lap drama, Thursday’s Duel at Daytona was more ominous in whetting appetites for the upcoming 500 and 2011 season.
After more than three years, Juan Pablo Montoya racked up his second career Cup win, this one coming on the winding road course in the wine country of New York.
Sad but true: the 2010 NASCAR racing season, for all intents and purposes, is over.
Let’s not waste any time after an action-packed Texas; uit’s time to figure out who’s in the best position to capitalize with Who’s Hot/Who’s Not in NASCAR.
It may have been the curse of the ancient Indian burial ground popping up once again on Sunday, as Talladega saw some crazy twists and turns.
Even a day later, I’m still amazed: NASCAR actually made a yellow-line call right at Talladega.
Our experts have pored over data and have their picks in order, hoping their crystal ball will help you find answers on J.J. and the rest of NASCAR’s Chasers.
The anti-climactic final moments of the Race to the Chase left a feeling in NASCAR fans’ mouths like they’d kissed their sister Saturday night.
“Playoffs! You want to talk about playoffs? You kidding me?” That’s the reaction of the majority of the NASCAR fanbase nowadays.
With the field set, you can guarantee that a quick glance at the Jayski article/links page will show 99.9% of stories are all about the hallowed NASCAR playoff format.