Joey Logano took care of business Saturday at Bristol. His third win of the year -- along with teammate Brad Keselowski's second-place finish -- served notice Team Penske is a force to be reckoned with.
Jeff Gordon won his first Brickyard 400 in 1994. Twenty years later, he returned to Victory Lane at Indianapolis Motor Speedway for the fifth time. The four-time Cup champ now has high hopes for a fifth, Ed Hinton writes.
Richard Childress -- then a hardscrabble owner/driver in NASCAR -- got his first look at Indianapolis Motor Speedway 35 years ago and said, "We could do it." And that's where it really started, writes Ed Hinton.
Ryan Hunter-Reay could have followed the siren song to other forms of racing, but he grew up dreaming of the Indy 500. His dreams -- and that of many American fans -- came true Sunday, Ed Hinton writes.
The Rahals and Andrettis have an outsize impact as American racing's Hatfields and McCoys. A dream scenario Sunday? Graham Rahal and Marco Andretti wheel to wheel for the Indy 500 victory, Ed Hinton writes.