Casey Mears got a big Nextel Cup victory last month and hopes that revives his Cup season. He's been very good in the Busch Series all year, but still no win. Mears said he's confident that will change soon, too, writes Rupen Fofaria.
Rookie David Reutimann is struggling mightily in his first Nextel Cup season under Toyota. His saving grace? A solid season in the Busch Series, writes Rupen Fofaria.
Helio Castroneves came into the final race of the season with the series lead. He leaves Chicagoland knowing he let it slip away, writes Rupen Fofaria.
Elliott Sadler won the pole for Sunday's Aaron's 499, but even he admits that doesn't matter much, writes Rupen Fofaria.
NASCAR knows all about Phoenix International Raceway. But it doesn't know much about it as a night-time venue. Until Saturday.
Bill Lester got as much media attention as anybody in Atlanta. Even finishing 38th, he deserved it, writes Rupen Fofaria.
Overtime finishes this Nextel Cup season have led to excitement. Maybe a little too much excitement, 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.
Five years after the death of his legendary father, Dale Earnhardt Jr. is very much his own man, Rupen Fofaria writes.
It's not easy being a crew chief for Ray Evernham, who's looking to reinvent the way his teams are structured.
Jimmie Johnson believed this was his year. That's why the pain he's feeling now is much more piercing than anything he's felt in the past.
Tony Stewart's been careful not to put himself in harm's away. Some may call his approach "points racing." He calls it common sense.
With crew chief Todd Parrott back calling the shots and his winless streak finally over, Dale Jarrett's partying like it's 1999.
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.
Was the unflappable Ryan Newman ticked off at Saturday's bad pit luck? Yes, but only a little.
While his teammate celebrated mightily after winning big in Richmond, Kasey Kahne was lower than low.