When the checkers flew, John Andretti was as happy as a pig in mud, as he posted his first top 10 since the rain-shortened event at Loudon back in early summer.
Joey Logano started out the Pepsi 500 weekend with a controversial Nationwide win, one that involved an alleged purposeful bump from Greg Biffle.
It didn’t take long for the bubble teams to find trouble at Kansas. A lap 7 spin by Paul Menard collected several cars.
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.
This week, here’s a peek at what they all were thinking following the AAA 400 at Dover International Speedway.
As the NASCAR season begins winding down, time is running out for Scott Speed’s Red Bull No. 82 team to get a guaranteed spot for the first five races in 2010.
This was one of those weekends where everybody involved with the sport came out a winner when Joey Logano walked away from an eye-popping accident.
Well if you were to ask John Andretti, he’d tell you that New Hampshire is just beautiful this time of year; but ask Scott Speed and you may get a totally different answer. While driving to a solid 26th-place finish, Andretti and the No. 34 team extended their lead over Speed and the No. 82 car …
Joey Logano Start: 33rd; Finish: 21st Summary: Joey Logano’s return to his home track in Loudon, where he scored his first career Cup victory earlier this year, did not get off to a good start. The Connecticut native could only muster enough speed out of his Home Depot Camry for a dismal 33rd starting position …
As you could imagine, everybody at Team Red Bull is really pumped about my teammate Brian Vickers making the Chase. It is definitely a big step for our entire team as we establish ourselves on the circuit. To keep things in perspective though, just like I mentioned after Brian’s Michigan win, while we are all …