Hendrick Motorsports has all four drivers in the top 15, and no one deserves more credit for it than Jeff Gordon, writes Rupen Fofaria.
Kurt Busch won Sunday by bumping Matt Kenseth out of the way. Kenseth should have expected it, writes Rupen Fofaria.
Tony Stewart wasn't the most popular guy on the track Sunday, but his wild ride was good enough to finish fifth, writes Rupen Fofaria.
Looking for a driver to bet will win the Daytona 500? Well, pick between Jeff Gordon an Dale Earnhardt Jr., writes Rupen Fofaria.
Elliott Sadler and Jeff Gordon won the Gatorade Duels on Thursday, but a lot of the drama was at the back of the field.
NASCAR had plenty of winning drivers this season. But memorable races? Those we can count on one hand.
Jeff Gordon won the race, but he wasn't the only non-Chase driver to come home with a strong finish at Martinsville.
Jimmie Johnson has been under fire since Talladega. Will the increased scrutiny affect his approach, and performance, in Kansas?
Jeff Gordon and Jamie McMurray were able to keep a level head about missing the Chase. That's probably because each saw it coming.
Every point is precious this weekend in Richmond, but no one on the Chase bubble is thinking about points. They're all trying to win.
Three more Chase tickets were punched in California. Who will the last spots go to? Probably the drivers with the most momentum.
At Indy, Hendrick Motorsports' young guns showed they're capable of carrying the torch long after Jeff Gordon and Jimmie Johnson.
At the season's halfway mark, the most surprising thing about the Cup standings is who's not in the top 10.
Sonoma started out promising for Jeff Gordon, but in the end, it was just one more frustrating day.
Jeff Gordon isn't too worried about his recent slump. He expects to be back, and so does the competition.
Who will be money at Talladega? The safest bets are still with DEI and Hendrick teams.