Last year, the chief complaint at Bristol was that the tire compound laid too much rubber on the track, making the racing surface too slick.
Very few people would have thought about Phoenix if you asked them where to see the Big One in a Cup race, but there it was all over the backstretch on Sunday.
Not since Jamie McMurray won his second race at Charlotte has someone won in their Cup career as quickly as Trevor Bayne did in taking the Daytona 500.
This week, here’s a sneak peek at what they all were thinking following NASCAR’s Super Bowl, the Daytona 500.
20-year-old rookie Trevor Bayne piloted the famous Wood Brothers No. 21 Ford to his first career NASCAR Sprint Cup Series victory in the Daytona 500.
With all the rules tweaking going on, NASCAR failed this week to address what I see as an issue with the qualifying rules for the Daytona 500.
The Bud Shootout is less than 48 hours away and qualifying for the Daytona 500 begins on Sunday.
A chain of events starting with the announcement of Kasey Kahne leaving Richard Petty Motorsports at the end of 2010 left Bobby Labonte as the big benefactor.
Clint Bowyer’s been there, done that. Back in 2007, the one-time Cinderella scored his first career win at NHMS. Yet, by Charlotte, the slipper had cracked.
It had to be one of the most heartbreaking moments I’ve ever heard as a NASCAR fan. Bobby Labonte pulled his No. 09 into the garage with a sour battery.