When it comes to the Top 35 nowadays, it’s really become more about separating the “3” out of that number than anything else. For the past month, the battle has stood amongst three teams within Petty Enterprises (No. 45), Wood Brothers/JTG Racing (No. 21) and Bill Davis Racing (No. 22). Whatever the driver behind the …
In the midst of Dale Earnhardt Jr. overkill, the 12-car Chase field was set on Saturday night. Looking at the final list of contenders, are there any surprises?
Johnny Benson took the checkered flag ahead of Ron Hornaday Jr. for his second consecutive win Saturday night at Gateway International Raceway.
This week, here’s a sneak peek at what a select few were thinking following the Sharpie 500 on the newly repaved Bristol Motor Speedway.
In this very column two weeks ago, I gave Kurt Busch a pretty hard time. His Pocono victory lane celebration, with its scripted victory speech and fake beer swigging, was not only pre-meditated, it was downright fake. So to be fair, I must acknowledge that Kurt’s straight-up rundown of the last 100 laps and compulsory …
What if it rains again Tuesday and the 3M Performance 400 can’t be held?
Q: My boys and I had this discussion at our local watering hole. Had those two actually gone at it, who would you take: Harvick or Montoya?
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 …
Kenny Wallace had to qualify on speed all season in underfunded, underpowered equipment with a first-year team; given this, 17 starts was not a terrible total.
This Week’s Question: In light of recent concerns by teams in the garage area, is NASCAR moving forward too fast with the Car of Tomorrow (CoT)?