6. It had been almost a week since NASCAR had done anything stupid.
During Sunday’s race, NASCAR sent a message to Brad Keselowski to drive less aggressively around the Chase drivers. Should NASCAR have made that call?
Ladies and gentlemen, I’d like to introduce your NASCAR Chasers for 2009.
The presumed two-horse race for the title seems to have now opened up to at least a handful of drivers after this weekend’s race at Kansas.
Brad Keselowski was clearly the class of the rookie field on Sunday, and would have done even better if it weren’t for the bad luck in the pits.
Since Earnhardt’s death, risk aversion has been the goal for NASCAR drivers, uncomfortable at times with the consequences of pushing a car to its ragged edge.
Coming into Dover, Juan Montoya averaged a 24.4 average finish with just one top 10 in five starts, but closed out Sunday with a solid fourth place.
DOVER, Del. – Saturday saw Richard Childress Racing’s Nationwide program resemble the juggernaut that Kevin Harvick took to the 2006 Series crown.
DOVER, Del. – The biggest highlight of Saturday’s Nationwide Series race came not on the track, but on pit road following the checkered flag. Denny Hamlin, irritated after being spun in a late-race incident with Brad Keselowski, aggressively confronted the driver of the No. 88 on pit road immediately following the race and nearly triggered …
Joey Logano Start: 27th; Finish: 14th Summary: Joey Logano faced a tall order when Saturday evening’s race began. Starting towards the back of the field at a short track during one of the season’s most intense races of the year would be daunting for any freshman, but especially for one who had yet to score …