No one would have blamed Kasey Kahne for pushing Matt Kenseth aside -- or even wrecking him -- to win at Bristol, but that's not Kahne's game. Nice in NASCAR? It was a nice win for Kenseth.
The Race to the Chase is at a fever pitch as Bristol awaits, and the man of the hour is ... Kurt Busch? Yes, this NASCAR season might be crazier than ever.
Dale Earnhardt Jr. is running well, but not well enough. He's looking for that final ingredient that can turn good finishes into winning finishes. And he thinks he's getting close.
Kasey Kahne's victory on Sunday means more than another trophy in the case. His second win of the season likely allows him and crew chief Kenny Francis to swing for the fences until the Chase begins.
Jason Leffler's greatest achievement could not be attained at any racetrack. Leffler, the man who "was easy to love," was a father first to his 5-year-old son, Charlie.
Kevin Harvick dodged falling television cables and wrecking race cars to win his second Coca-Cola 600 in three seasons.
Some people just love to hate Jimmie Johnson. Well, the five-time Sprint Cup champ -- who won his record fourth All-Star Race -- has a message for his critics: Whatever.
Kyle Busch may be accused of being aggressive, but dirty? No. But as one Hall of Famer points out, if you're running up front all the time -- and Busch does -- "you'll get accused of everything."
Kyle Busch jokingly says he wouldn't blame Kasey Kahne for intentionally wrecking him in Saturday night's Sprint All-Star race -- or any upcoming event.
Is Kasey Kahne at a boiling point?
Kyle Busch wrecks Kasey Kahne, again
This is why Matt Kenseth was willing to leave Roush Fenway Racing after 13 seasons to join Joe Gibbs Racing. The wins -- and a chance to win another Sprint Cup championship.
Joey Logano spent part of Thursday with a SWAT team in California. Is he planning any new moves on nemesis Denny Hamlin? No, he's concentrating on racing.
There was bumping, there was spinning and ultimately, there was a fight ... sort of. Kasey Kahne wasn't involved in any of that at Bristol, and he's hauling home the hardware.
There was a time when Kyle Busch said what he wanted when he wanted. And it often got him into trouble. Thursday at Daytona, he showed us just how far he has come.
Jimmie Johnson, Kasey Kahne and Aric Almirola aren't just part of the fitness movement among NASCAR drivers, they're taking it to a higher level, running a half-marathon Sunday morning before Daytona 500 qualifying.