Joey Logano was happy enough to advance to the next round of NASCAR's playoffs with Sunday's win at New Hampshire. That he did it at what he considers his home track? Icing on the cake.
Brad Keselowski is coming off two wins and looks like the odds-on favorite to make it three in a row Sunday at New Hampshire. What can stop him? There are a million ways to fail.
Brad Keselowski got what he wanted out of Richmond, winning in dominant fashion to take the No. 1 seed in NASCAR's revamped Chase. Now NASCAR has to hope he doesn't stink up its 10-week show.
Ryan Newman knows the math -- he is an engineer, after all -- but that doesn't make it any easier for him and so many others to figure out what to do at Richmond on Saturday night.
This is definitely Dale Earnhardt Jr.'s year at Pocono Raceway after he rolled to a season-sweeping victory Sunday. Is it also going to be his year in Sprint Cup?
Kyle Larson has been impressive as a rookie, with winning the pole for Sunday's race at Pocono Raceway just his latest feat. Is he ready to take the next step and notch his first win?
Consider Brad Keselowski's disastrous 2013 season ancient history. The 2012 Sprint Cup champion is back in a big way, writes K. Lee Davis.
With opportunities to make the Chase getting thinner for drivers such as former race winner Brian Vickers, the heat is on at New Hampshire. A win will likely get you in, but a bad points day could be a killer.
Dale Earnhardt Jr. didn't have the best car on Sunday at Pocono. But he had the winning one, and now it's time to really cut loose and have fun, writes K. Lee Davis.
Starting near the front at Pocono Raceway is often a harbinger for a good finish. But polesitter Denny Hamlin and others know strategy can turn the tables at "The Tricky Triangle."
Joey Logano might finally be living up to his potential. His second win of the season Saturday at Richmond might make him the best show in NASCAR for months to come, writes K. Lee Davis.
Are drivers such as Denny Hamlin starting to feel the pressure of not having a victory? He says not yet, but as Richmond looms, he's not having as much fun as some others.
Tony Stewart drove to his first pole since 2012 for Sunday's Duck Commander 500, but that isn't the talk in Texas. What is? It's all about the tires.
They call him "The Closer" for good reason. Kevin Harvick has this uncanny ability to take a lead late and make it stick. And he did it once again Saturday night at Richmond.