Travis Pastrana (L), driver of the #99 Boost Mobile Toyota, and Trevor Bayne, driver of the #16 Ford. Drive One./Ford Mustang Ford, attend NASCAR Media Day at Daytona International Speedway on February 16, 2012 in Daytona Beach, FL. Photo – Tom Pennington/Getty Images
On Thursday, Jack Roush said that his driver line-up for 2013 at Roush Fenway Racing is a “dream team”. So will Roush Fenway Racing have a dream season?
Drivers came into Kansas Speedway thinking of it as a wildcard race in the Chase.
The Hollywood Casino 400 definitely had some twist and turns, but the points race remained nearly the same as one top contender made the best of a bad situation and another top contender nearly missed catastrophe several times .
The new king of the restrictor plate races took home his second restrictor plate victory of the season.
Matt Kenseth was up front all day and by the time he crossed the finish line, he was first. Kenseth has been up front in all four restrictor plate races this season and he was leading on the last lap in three of them. Kenseth started off the season by winning the first restrictor plate race at Daytona. Then Kenseth went on to run well in the three remaining restrictor plate races. With Kenseth’s track-record at the restrictor plate races this year, he could be called the restrictor plate king. Continue reading →
A late turn of events sent Greg Biffle to victory lane Sunday afternoon in Michigan With just five laps to go, Biffle was running second until the leader of the race, Jimmie Johnson, blew his engine and that ended Johnson’s day. Johnson has never won at Michigan and he thought Sunday was the day. Johnson’s frustration was apparent on the radio when he said “you’ve got to be kidding me.” Continue reading →