Jamie McMurray's season appears to be back on track after a crew chief switch shuffled the deck, writes Rupen Fofaria.
Three of the five Roush Racing drivers are struggling, but none of them expect to stay down for long, writes Rupen Fofaria.
What caused the Ganassi team to fall fast after a promising start? Hard to say, writes Rupen Fofaria, but 2006 looks bright.
Jeff Gordon won the race, but he wasn't the only non-Chase driver to come home with a strong finish at Martinsville.
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.
The results haven't been there for Chip Ganassi. That's why he's expected to shake up his driver lineup for '06.
For Chase drivers no longer in the title hunt, a top 10 finish may not feel as good as it used to.
Forget for a moment about those title Chasers. Nextel Cup's fight for 11th is pretty spirited, too.
Jamie McMurray was strong all weekend, but he didn't quite get the finish he wanted on Sunday.
Jamie McMurray says he's learning, but the Cup rookie showed everyone a few things on Sunday.
Jamie McMurray has had the support of his team and its regular driver, writes Rupen Fofaria.