The Cup Series heads to the heartland of America this week for the annual running of the Brickyard 400 at Indianapolis.
Since owner Bobby Ginn purchased the two-team organization formerly known as MB2 Motorsports, what the NASCAR community has witnessed is an illusion.
It’s time to turn our focus to the upcoming seven-race slugfest that will determine the field for the 2007 Chase for the Championship.
When it comes to who’s a fan favorite in Nextel Cup, there’s no question Dale Earnhardt Jr. has always carried the biggest legion of followers to each track the series visits. The winner of the Most Popular Driver contest for four years running, Junior dominates every vote about the sport that ever seems to take …
I don’t believe the separation of Dale Earnhardt Jr. and Budweiser should prompt Anheuser-Busch to be searching for a cheap bankruptcy lawyer just yet.
It’s now been six years since Chicagoland hosted its first Nextel Cup race. Are you disappointed in the progress being made as the track has aged?
One of the biggest recent driver/sponsor divorces became public knowledge: Dale Earnhardt Jr. and Budweiser will end a nine-year marriage following 2007.
Editor’s Note: Each week, we’ll go through all the media reports, interviews, PR and our own stuff to find the best quotes from the Nextel Cup race to capture the story of how the weekend unfolded. It’s the most original commentary you’ll ever find; the truth, coming straight out of the mouths of the drivers, …
Matt Kenseth got a run on Tony Stewart with 38 laps to go at Chicagoland, but Stewart held off the challenge. It was clear sailing for the No. 20 after that.
1. They call it “cookie cutter” for a reason – Sorry guys, but the USG Sheetrock 400 just wasn’t a very exciting race. Tony Stewart got out front with a fuel-only pit stop and was never challenged in the closing laps after holding off a single pass attempt by Matt Kenseth. There were several long …