Talladega ended in a manner that Nationwide Series fans are sick of seeing; Kyle Busch went to victory lane, with underdog Mike Wallace on his roof in turn 3.
Carl Edwards easily defended his race win from last fall at Texas, scoring Ford’s first W after switching to their new CoT Mustang.
With Brad Keselowski set to end the Nationwide Series season, it’s only fitting that this week Frontstretch recaps the top-10 moments for the Series.
Surprise, surprise. Joey Logano won the pole. Logano won Saturday night’s (June 12) Nationwide Series race at Kentucky. And Cup regulars finished 1-2-3.
Nashville was supposed to mark a standalone Nationwide Series race, but you’d never have known it looking at the final running order.
Latch onto the fates of these often-hidden but talented individuals in our latest look at Who’s Hot/Not in NASCAR’s other top-two series: Nationwide and Trucks.
Bad economy? Awkward weekend? Or is it possible that NASCAR’s cash-cow decision to let Cup drivers run rampant all over their AAA league is now biting them?
This Saturday in Nashville, Kevin Harvick’s No. 33 was the class of a very stout field in what’s turning into a regular occurrence for 2010.
It was Penske Racing’s Justin Allgaier who anticipated the start perfectly on lap 274 en route to his first career Nationwide Series victory at Bristol.
Over five years removed from a third-place finish in the Daytona 500 as a rookie, Scott Wimmer hopes the third time’s the charm as he works to get back to Cup.