A third straight trip to Victory Lane for Jeff Burton in the Nationwide Series race at Atlanta? Not if Kyle Busch has his way, writes Mark Ashenfelter.
Tony Stewart called unpredictable David Ragan a "dart without feathers" after a race last season at Martinsville. With two top-5s in 32 Cup starts in '07, can a bull's-eye be too far behind?
While most eyes will be on the Chase as the Nextel Cup Series hits Atlanta, watch out for the resurgent Bobby Labonte, writes Mark Ashenfelter.
Atlanta is the site of Carl Edwards' first victory and the place Jeff Gordon might have gotten back on track, writes Mark Ashenfelter.
With consecutive eighth-place runs, Denny Hamlin has opened some eyes and emerged as front-runner to land the No. 11 ride for '06.
When some drivers win Nextel Cup races, it's old hat. For Carl Edwards, it's a lifelong dream realized.
Anyone wondering about the Hendrick team's short-term future got an answer from Jimmie Johnson at Atlanta.
Kurt Busch could always wheel a car. But the mega-talent wasn't always ready to reach the mountaintop.
The roll-bar padding debate in Atlanta doesn't mean much to Jeff Burton, who takes responsibility for his own faults as the Chase winds down, writes Mark Ashenfelter.