Travis Kvapil returned to victory lane at Memphis Motorsports Park Saturday night, holding off Ron Hornaday on a restart to win the O’Reilly 200.
This week’s exciting but controversial races to the checkered flag in both NASCAR’s Daytona 500 and the Chevy Silverado HD 250 Craftsman Truck Series events have left me dumbfounded as how such a successful organization as NASCAR can all too often demonstrate such poor judgment. It seems to me that the organization masquerades as a …
Jack Sprague took the lead from Travis Kvapil just a few hundred feet from the finish line, holding on to win the Chevrolet Silverado HD 250 at Daytona.
With the team knowing that a DNQ at the Great American Race could make or break their season, PPI Motorsports stepped up to the plate, and so did Travis Kvapil.
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.
JJ Yeley had a day he’d rather forget at Talladega. Rear-ended by Ken Schrader in the first big wreck, the bump caused significant damage to his car.
Elliott Sadler was the big loser this weekend, the victim of a pit-road mishap during the first caution of the race.
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.