Stewart Haas dominates; Denny Hamlin and Jimmie Johnson recover from spins; Dale Earnhardt Jr continues struggling; and Kyle Busch loses points lead.
Traffic was the issue at Kentucky Speedway. It got so bad that some fans, who sat in traffic for five hours, were turned away once they got to the track. But, for those who didn’t make it in, you didn’t miss much.
David Ragan was able to redeem his Daytona 500 mistake with a victory in the Coke Zero 400. Others were not so fortunate when dealing with the two-car tandem.
The Subway Jalapeño 250: Danica Patrick’s great run; Turner Motorsports’s success; and Joey Logano finally gets a trip to Victory Lane.
Road course racing never fails to give us tempers and excitement. Road America and Infineon Raceway were no different.
One things is apparent in the fines given to Joe Gibbs Racing after the team was found to be using unapproved oil pans: NASCAR is getting soft.
The Heluva Good! Sour Cream Dips 400 looked like it was going to be a Roush domination. But, Denny Hamlin was ready to get the monkey off his back.
It’s a good thing the Pocono race was sponsored by 5-Hour Energy because this 500 mile race was a long one. I think most of the NASCAR teams would like to sweep this race under the table and forget about it.
When you combine Texas Motor Speedway under the lights and the Camping World Truck Series, you’re sure to see an awesome race.
After coming up short in the Coca Cola 600, Dale Earnhardt Jr had enough fuel to make it to the end of the STP 400. Unfortunately, so did race-winner Brad Keselowski.