It's a tough call for drivers and owners, such as Kevin Harvick, but the age-old debate about Cup drivers racing in Nationwide won't get settled until NASCAR itself makes a decision.
Only eight drivers can say they've won the Great American Race more than once. Michael Waltrip, who's oh-so-close to calling it a career, is one of them.
Martin Truex Jr. can barely contain his enthusiasm. For the first time in a long time, he feels like he's got a legitimate shot to make some noise in the Cup series.
Michael Waltrip told ESPN.com Saturday that his 2010 Sprint Cup schedule remains uncertain, and is contingent on sponsorship.
Michael Waltrip still wants to drive. The desire to win is as strong as it's ever been. Then why is he so ready to relinquish his seat in the 55 car?
Jeff Kerr is one of the top jack men in the business, and now he's one of the best people in it, too. How is that? He won $10,000 in the Pit Crew Challenge, then gave it all to a family in crisis.
Martin Truex Jr. says he's "real confident" he'll be in the No. 1 car beyond 2009, and Joe Gibbs maintains Joey Logano is the future of Joe Gibbs Racing.
Should Martin Truex Jr. re-sign with Dale Earnhardt Inc. or should he test the free-agent market? One thing is certain: If he leaves his current employer, DEI is in big trouble, writes Marty Smith.
Martin Truex Jr. started the Chase with a fifth-place effort at Loudon. It's been all downhill since, but the future face of Dale Earnhardt Inc. hasn't reeled it in yet, writes Marty Smith.