It wouldn't be Talladega without a curveball or two. Should the Chase contenders be concerned?
You could see it well before the checkered flag flew Saturday night at Daytona. Jimmie Johnson wasn't just the driver to beat in the Coke Zero 400, he was the driver who couldn't be beat.
TALLADEGA, Ala. -- Sunday's -- or Monday's, or Tuesday's, depending on the weather -- Aaron's 499 may not be a replay of the single-file promenade that kept you dozing and grumbling through the Gen-6 car's debut at Daytona in February. "I...
Four drivers are vying for a $3 million payday at Atlanta. Paul Menard and Marcos Ambrose are eligible, but most observers can't wait to see what Brad Keselowski and Kyle Busch will do.
Marcos Ambrose entered 2010 with sky-high expectations after his "breakout season" in 2009. His confidence wavering, the Tasmanian hopes to right the ship at Sonoma.