Dover International Speedway is a tricky place with a steep learning curve. That makes Saturday's Busch Series race -- the second of the season there -- a telling one, writes Rupen Fofaria.
Carl Edwards and other Busch Series heavyweights didn't have a lot of success at Charlotte. Side-by-side racing on the Monster Mile could be just what they need, writes Rupen Fofaria.
It's still too early to panic, but the Chase drivers who stumbled in Dover learned that one poor run could have a big impact in the point standings.
Sure, winning is nice, but the best way to make gains in the Chase is to stay out ot wrecks and post consistent finishes.
Whether the drivers are to blame remains to be seen, but it seems certain that there will be a lot of twisted sheet metal this weekend in Dover, Del.
Kyle Busch rode his recent momentum to a runner-up finish at Dover, and the rookie couldn't be happier.
Dover was the latest reminder that Greg Biffle and Jimmie Johnson are the men to beat for this year's Cup title.
Mark Martin and the entire No. 6 team are counting on more than just a good run at Dover. They expect to win.
Jimmie Johnson's been a bit uncomfortable lately, but his track record at Dover suggests he'll be fine.
He was enjoying his best Winston Cup season to date. Now, Dale Earnhardt Jr. can't catch a break.
NASCAR's five-month stretch with no weekends off doesn't make sense. Hurricane or not.
Johnny Benson and Ricky Craven might be in the right place at the right time.
Qualifying hasn't been Ryan Newman's problem. Rather, it's been his lack of ability to finish strong.
Check out the lastest RPM off-season Winston Cup driver spotlight on Tony Raines.
Jeff Gordon knows his chances in the title chase will be greatly affected by his run at Kansas.
Japanese driver Hideo Fukuyama will attempt to qualify for Sunday's Cup race at Dover, Del.