Clint Bowyer can feel Carl Edwards breathing down his neck. Good thing for Bowyer the Nationwide Series is headed back to Bristol, writes Mark Ashenfelter.
Denny Hamlin's been letting Tony Stewart and Kyle Busch have all the fun in the Nationwide Series lately. Hamlin will take his turn in "his" car -- the No. 20 -- at Bristol on Saturday, writes Mark Ashenfelter.
Bristol Motor Speedway has a new concrete surface. But make no mistake -- there'll be a whole lotta banging going on in Friday night's Busch race, writes Mark Ashenfelter.
Kelly Bires' lightning-fast start in the Busch Series surprises even him. Will Bristol Motor Speedway be the great equalizer? Bires is eager to find out, writes Mark Ashenfelter.
What do you get when you combine the Bristol bullring with a pressure-packed race for the Chase? The usual frantic pace, writes Mark Ashenfelter.
David Gilliland went to Bristol in March hoping just to run his Busch car. He's back Saturday with a top Cup ride, writes Mark Ashenfelter.
Drivers will be doing all they can to ensure the decidedly dicey Dover doesn't bite back this Sunday, writes Mark Ashenfelter.
Questions about how to make the Dodge Charger more competitive are still elusive as teams fail to work together, writes Mark Ashenfelter.
Kurt Busch has had good luck at Bristol in his short career. He might need it the way his season is going, writes Mark Ashenfelter.
Racing at Bristol always weighs heavily on drivers' nerves. For those trying to make the Chase, there's no bigger source of stress.
Ricky Rudd will announce his future plans soon enough. For now, he's more focused on steering the No. 21 Ford into Victory Lane.
The secret to winning at Bristol is knowing when not to race, Kurt Busch says. And he should know.
He's won four of the last five races overall at Bristol, but Kurt Busch says he hopes "just to survive."