If Kevin Harvick wins his third straight Busch Series race Saturday at Michigan, he'll pass Jack Ingram on the all-time victory list. Next in his sights? Mark Martin.
The winningest driver in Busch history joins forces with one of the top owners in NASCAR this weekend at Darlington. With Mark Martin and Rick Hendrick working in the same camp, watch the fireworks fly, writes Rupen Fofaria.
Mark Martin is already about the most respected driver in NASCAR. He'd like to add to that with a title, writes Rupen Fofaria.
Three of the five Roush Racing drivers are struggling, but none of them expect to stay down for long, writes Rupen Fofaria.
Kurt Busch won Sunday by bumping Matt Kenseth out of the way. Kenseth should have expected it, writes Rupen Fofaria.
Although none of his drivers were able to win the big prize, Jack Roush knows the pieces are in place to win several titles down the road.
In Phoenix, Tony Stewart will follow the same strategy he's used all along. If he doesn't have the car to win, he won't force the issue.
On the strength of back-to-back wins, Carl Edwards is now a real threat to steal the title away from Tony Stewart and Jimmie Johnson.
Sure, every Chase driver wants to win Sunday's race. But avoiding trouble and having a solid points day are the bigger priorities.
Tony Stewart and Jimmie Johnson have emerged as the drivers to beat in the Chase. But neither is the clear favorite in Atlanta.
Mark Martin has one of the better track records at Martinsville Speedway. Yet he would rather be almost anywhere else this weekend.
Lowe's didn't appear broken. So why did Humpy Wheeler try to fix it? That's what many drivers were wondering after the Charlotte crash-fest.
Already holding a comfortable lead in the Chase, Tony Stewart enters Charlotte with momentum and history on his side.
Jimmie Johnson has been under fire since Talladega. Will the increased scrutiny affect his approach, and performance, in Kansas?
The Chase drivers who took a hit at Talladaga are doing their best to view the race as a temporary setback.
The title contenders who ran into trouble at Talladega can take some degree of solace in knowing that their misery had plenty of company.