Scott Speed and his entire team returned to Fort Worth, Texas not exactly knowing what they had into after recording a DNF at the facility back in the spring.
Talladega wasn’t a NASCAR race, it was a NASCAR show.
The Chase is winding down, and go figure, the No. 48 team is threatening to end the 2009 season well before the final race at the Homestead-Miami Speedway. Johnson has been on a tear of late, with top-two finishes at both Lowe’s Motor Speedway and the short track of Martinsville… not to mention surviving the …
Did You Notice? The out-and-out rebellion going on in every aspect of NASCAR right now?
Joey Logano added yet another accolade to his rapidly growing resume as he did what he needed to do to record a solid third-place finish at Talladega.
After tackling the bullring of Martinsville, stock car racing’s best now return to the annual “lottery,” 500 miles of knee-buckling action at Talladega.
The Kroger on Track for the Cure 250 at Memphis Motorsports Park was a race that several wheelmen could have won as the lead was swapped by eight drivers.
With race shops a stone’s throw away, NASCAR’s hometown race proves the perfect place to finalize plans, announce new teams and generate buzz for next year.
John Andretti reached a low for 2009 with a poor showing in the NASCAR Banking 500, allowing Red Bull to draw closer to the 35th position in owner points.
Joey Logano has been steadily trying to improve from a pair of horrendous finishes late last month, including his terrifying wreck at Dover.