There's plenty of argument over the reasons for it, but what is apparent so far this season is Chevrolet dominates on the track, writes David Newton.
The idea of teamwork is an elusive one for most Nextel Cup teams. It's so ingrained in the crews of Jimmie Johnson and Jeff Gordon that it's a way of life, writes David Newton.
Felix Sabates isn't just any NASCAR owner. With a lifetime of stories and the gift to tell them well, Sabates is one of the most interesting to talk to, writes David Newton.
Although Bill Davis' team is struggling, he deserves more respect for his humility and accomplishments, writes David Newton.
Greg Biffle's team is unlikely to be penalized for the No. 16 Ford Fusion's low roof height at Bristol Motor Speedway, NASCAR officials said.
Bobby Ginn bought his NASCAR team with a five-year plan in mind. With Mark Martin in the points lead, Ginn Racing appears ahead of schedule, writes David Newton.
Jack Roush runs the largest operation in NASCAR. It's little wonder his relentless curiosity -- and work ethic -- drives him, writes David Newton.
NASCAR driver David Reutimann is looking forward to Sunday's race in Mexico. Thanks to safety improvements that likely saved his life, Reutimann is looking forward to a lot of things, writes David Newton.
The Car of Tomorrow is now essentially the Car of Today. Tests in Bristol are going so smoothly there's talk of a full phase-in a year early, writes David Newton.
David Hyder, the crew chief for Michael Waltrip, has been suspended indefinitely for infractions discovered on the No. 55 Toyota during Sunday's post-qualifying inspection for the Daytona 500.
Four Nextel Cup teams will start Sunday's Daytona 500 without their crew chiefs and with negative points.
The Car of Tomorrow has been the subject of many gloom-and-doom predictions this offseason. The end result? It looks pretty good, writes David Newton.