The 2008 Nationwide Series season started with Carl Edwards vs. Clint Bowyer and ended that way, too. But there were some crazy twists and turns in between, writes Mark Ashenfelter.
The biggest test facing Nationwide-only drivers this week at Daytona? It's called the draft, something Cup regulars Kyle Busch and Kevin Harvick know a little something about, writes Mark Ashenfelter.
Doing the Nashville-Pocono twin bill can be a logistical nightmare for Sprint Cup regulars, but it also can be a heckuva lot of fun, writes Mark Ashenfelter.
Denny Hamlin's been letting Tony Stewart and Kyle Busch have all the fun in the Nationwide Series lately. Hamlin will take his turn in "his" car -- the No. 20 -- at Bristol on Saturday, writes Mark Ashenfelter.
A third straight trip to Victory Lane for Jeff Burton in the Nationwide Series race at Atlanta? Not if Kyle Busch has his way, writes Mark Ashenfelter.
Jeff Burton needed a last-lap miracle to beat Kyle Busch the last time the Nationwide Series stopped in Las Vegas. Will Burton hit the jackpot again in 2008?
Kyle Busch's parting gift for Rick Hendrick? How about a 1-2-3 HMS sweep in the final Chase standings?
Things look tough for Hendrick team drivers Jimmie Johnson and Kyle Busch, but both are set on putting Loudon behind them, writes Mark Ashenfelter.
California Speedway isn't the most memorable or historic track on the Nextel Cup circuit, but Kyle Busch still likes it, writes Mark Ashenfelter.
Kyle Busch still isn't sure what got Tony Stewart steamed, but Busch isn't planning to change his ways, writes Mark Ashenfelter.
Busch, Mears, McMurray and others are primed for breakout seasons in '06. But will they materialize? Mark Ashenfelter has some insight.
Many great racers have come through the ranks at Roush Racing. Todd Kluever has his sights set on doing something none of them has done.
From Carl Edwards' rise to Dale Earnhardt Jr.'s fall, the '05 Nextel Cup season had no shortage of compelling stories and surprises.
Is 19-year-old Kyle Busch cut in the mold of his Nextel Cup champion brother? We'll find out in a while.
Kyle Krisiloff says he can't wait to go home. Home is Indiana, where the 21-year-old Busch Series driver is hoping to deliver in front of his friends and family on Saturday, writes Mark Ashenfelter.
Questions about how to make the Dodge Charger more competitive are still elusive as teams fail to work together, writes Mark Ashenfelter.