Former Craftsman Truck Series champ Travis Kvapil will try to tame Bristol Motor Speedway in a Busch Series rig Friday night.
A good record at Bristol has Kyle Busch aiming confidently for the top this weekend, writes Rupen Fofaria.
The Busch brothers often take heat, but the garage chatter is louder than usual coming out of Texas, writes Rupen Fofaria.
Kurt Busch won Sunday by bumping Matt Kenseth out of the way. Kenseth should have expected it, writes Rupen Fofaria.
In Saturday night's Sharpie 500, Ryan Newman and Dale Jarrett headlined a group of contenders who ran into trouble, and into one another.
Matt Kenseth and No. 17 team have clearly returned to form. The only question is whether they've done in time to make the Chase.
Charlotte has produced dark horse winners before, and Brian Vickers hopes to join that group on Sunday.
Kevin Harvick didn't have his crew chief Sunday, but Todd Berrier's simple message guided him to victory.
The notoriously wicked Bristol Motor Speedway bull-ring is a welcomed old friend for many this year.
Starting on the pole at Bristol isn't as big as at many tracks. But Jeff Gordon's pit stall is coveted.
Michael Waltrip was hellbent on making this season his best. Now, Bristol must save it.
Some drivers finished 2003 strong, but others were just happy to see the season finally end.
Kurt Busch has had a good, a bad and an ugly season. But he remains optimistic.
Title contenders Matt Kenseth and Jeff Gordon had very different days at Bristol on Saturday.
With a strong qualifying run at Bristol on Friday, Mark Martin's luck might finally be turning around.
Ryan Newman is not worried about his reputation, just his recent string of poor finishes.