Kyle Busch always has had the talent to win a Sprint Cup championship. Now he has the supporting cast, a phenomenal pit crew that pushed him to a weekend sweep Saturday night at Texas.
Jack Beckman, who is hoping to win his first NHRA Funny Car championship this weekend, came out unscathed when his car exploded near the finish line of his first round qualifying run Thursday at Auto Club Raceway.
If Jack Beckman is going to win the 2012 NHRA Funny Car championship, he'll have to beat his own team to do it. Confused? Yeah, we thought so. Terry Blount spells it out for us.
Four-time Cup champ Jeff Gordon kissed the bricks at Indianapolis Motor Speedway a record four times between 1994 and 2004. But that fifth Brickyard win has been ever elusive.
Sunday's Auto Club 500 won't make or break a season, but it'll go a long way toward determining who'll be making a run at the 2009 Sprint Cup title.
Kyle Busch running three races in three states over one weekend got a lot of ink, but it didn't do much for his Cup chances. Who's to blame? His bosses at Joe Gibbs Racing, writes Terry Blount.
Jimmie Johnson is on an incredible roll. How incredible? We haven't seen anything like it since his mentor Jeff Gordon's career-defining 1998 season, writes Terry Blount.