The warm, sunny, and beautiful weather conditions commonly associated with California were replaced this weekend by rain, rain and well, more rain. After little practice time and a washed out qualifying session, NASCAR made a number of futile attempts to run the Cup race on Sunday before finally – at 2 a.m. ET – postponing …
NASCAR did everything possible to get the Auto Club 500 off as scheduled Sunday. But they came up short thanks to Mother Nature and a host of other issues.
Without further ado… here’s our latest Power Rankings following Fontana.
How the Rankings are Calculated: Frontstretch does their power rankings somewhat similar to how the Associated Press does them for basketball or football — writers on our staff will vote for the top 20 on a 20-19-18-17-16-15… 3-2-1 basis, giving 20 points to their first-place driver, 19 for their second, and so on. In the …
This week, here’s a sneak peek at what a select few were thinking following the Bud Shootout at Daytona International Speedway.
Today’s Season Preview Topic: Which driver is going to be the biggest surprise in NASCAR’s Chase this season?
Kasey Kahne is getting sued for an incident in which he pushed a 62-year-old security officer to the ground. Is this a troubling sign of a driver’s immaturity?
Kasey Kahne went winless, scoring his lone top five in the Bristol night race. At least he can take some consolation from the fact that it wasn’t a fluke.
1. Banner Brainstorming – Mike Helton said in New York last week that 2007 was a “banner year” for NASCAR. Which makes me wonder, if you were designing a banner to summarize NASCAR’s season, what would it say? Suggestions welcome. 2. Spade Said – From what I’ve heard, most people didn’t find David Spade all …
Matt Kenseth got enough of a jump on the final restart so that Kurt Busch could never get close enough to the No. 17 to offer a serious challenge at Homestead.