12 drivers were running almost 700 miles after delay of the Cup race. It didn’t make much difference to Tony Stewart, who ran away with the Stater Brothers 300.
It’s all change as the second-most popular racing series in America gears up for another three country, 26-track, 35-race marathon. One of the biggest adjustments this season is the change in title sponsor. After 26 years, the Busch brand is bowing out, with Nationwide Insurance signing on the dotted line for the next seven years. …
It appeared Kevin Harvick was headed for another Busch win at Homestead, but after leading 84 of the first 140 laps, a pit-road penalty cost him the race.
Did You Notice? How quickly Greg Biffle was ready with a story when he exited his car in Kansas’s victory lane? Whether you believe NASCAR made the right call or not, listening to the way in which the No. 16 driver handled the scenario certainly made it hard to believe that car would have lasted …
Tony Stewart’s slip of the tongue didn’t just cost him money. Is it wrong for drivers to lose NASCAR points for over-the-line statements to the media?
Buschwhacking Cup regulars dominated the USG Durock 300, leading all but four laps of the race and taking nine of the top-10 finishing positions.
Editor’s Note: With the offseason in full swing, Mirror Driving is off this week. Look for a brand new edition to come out next week before the holidays! In its place, we bring you this classic Mirror Driving column from July… a solid reminder of how some problems remain unsolved long after the season fades …
This time, it was fuel mileage that held up, as Kevin Harvick posted his ninth Busch Series victory of the season in the O’Reilly Challenge at Texas.
It was business as usual for Kevin Harvick Saturday afternoon; he scored his seventh Busch Series win of the season in the Yellow Transportation 300 at Kansas.
Clint Bowyer has come oh-so-close so many times, racking up four second-place results heading into the Dover 200. This time, he finally sealed the deal.