Standing in Victory Lane is every Sprint Cup driver's dream. Kyle Busch and Mark Martin have lived the dream often in 2009. But will they make the Chase?
The so-called road course ringers will be out in force this weekend at Infineon Raceway. But so will Kyle Busch, who swept both road course races in 2008.
Ford's been out of the news for all the right reasons as a business. It's been out of the news as a racing entity for all the wrong reasons, but Michigan could be a get-well weekend.
For all the negative pub Pocono Raceway draws in the world of NASCAR, one thing is clear: Drivers hoping to make the Chase can't ignore the quirky 2.5-mile triangle in Long Pond, Pa.
They don't call it the Monster Mile for nothing. Dover International Speedway is a high-banked concrete cauldron that demands every driver's attention.
Indianapolis 500 blog
Forget all about that heart-thumping 10-lap sprint to the finish in last weekend's All-Star Race. It won't happen in Sunday's Coke 600 -- at least not for the first 390 laps.
Some bad news for the 32 other drivers hoping to etch their names on the Borg-Warner Trophy: Helio Castroneves is back, and so is that killer smile.
An exhausted John Andretti spent Bump Day in -- and out -- of the Indy 500 field. With less than 10 minutes to go, he finally put the Richard Petty car in the show.
What will life be like for Kenny Bernstein Racing after its three-decade run with Anheuser-Busch comes to a close? Kenny and Brandon Bernstein are wondering the same thing.
Dan Wheldon should have high hopes for adding a second Indy 500 win to his résumé. But a slow start with Panther Racing has the 2005 IndyCar champ playing catch-up.
With serious public trouble behind him and the pole position for the Indy 500 before him, it's looking like a very special year for the effervescent Helio Castroneves.
There are no fluke winners at Darlington Raceway. That's why the track's all-time wins leaders are named Pearson, Earnhardt, Gordon, Yarborough and Allison.
Spencer Massey has big shoes to fill at Snake Racing, pedaling a car for the legendary Don Prudhomme. Massey's off to a pretty good start as the NHRA heads to St. Louis.
It's time to put those restrictor plates on the shelf until July, and not a moment too soon. Richmond is on the schedule Saturday night, and that usually means a hot -- and hot-tempered -- outing.
Some big names will be in big trouble if they stumble again Sunday at Talladega. Points leaders Jeff Gordon and Jimmie Johnson? Not so much.