Not much more than a year ago, the state of wellness at Richard Childress Racing (RCR) had become a legitimate concern.
Kevin Harvick had what resulted in a breakout year with his Richard Childress Racing team.
Editor’s Note: In honor of the 2006 Nextel Cup champion celebrating in New York City, the Mirror Driving crew has decided to throw a little party of their own, taking a hard-earned week off after a long season. In their stead, we hope you enjoy some “Best Of” Mirror Driving from the past year, a …
Whether asking me to pick your NASCAR fantasy team or to say when Kentucky Speedway will be added to the Cup schedule, you readers can be crazy sometimes.
Matt Kenseth led Carl Edwards to the checkered flag in the Ford 300 at Homestead to win his second straight race in the series to close out the season.
How can you put the finishing titles on your own fantasy title, or just finish out the year with pride? Read ahead in this week’s Picks ‘N’ Pans for Homestead.
Q: When are you media types going to give Jimmie Johnson his due? He’s raced a great Chase, and he’ll be the next Nextel Cup champion after Sunday. I can’t get over the hatred for what he does and who he is. Oh wait, I get it – he’s Jeff Gordon‘s buddy. No wonder you …
Anyone that chooses not to watch the season-ending race this Sunday at Homestead, I’ve got one thing to tell you: you may be bitterly disappointed.
High-fives all around this week to Kevin Harvick’s pit crew, which deserves as much credit for Sunday’s Checker Auto Parts 500 victory as the driver himself.
And then there were five. After 35 races, over 10,000 laps and countless hours spent behind the wheel, the final race of the season at Homestead comes down to five drivers from five different organizations battling for the 2006 Nextel Cup championship. There is Jimmie Johnson, the perpetual bridesmaid who has specialized in watching titles …