Doing the Nashville-Pocono twin bill can be a logistical nightmare for Sprint Cup regulars, but it also can be a heckuva lot of fun, writes Mark Ashenfelter.
Have you heard of NASCAR newcomer Michael McDowell? Don't worry -- you will, writes Mark Ashenfelter.
Robby Gordon's antics at Saturday's Busch race in Montreal will have him parked for Sunday's Nextel Cup race at Pocono, Pa.
Making the Busch race (Nashville) and Cup race (Pocono) this weekend will be doubly difficult for a number of drivers simply because of the geography, which is good news for Carl Edwards.
David Reutimann is among nine drivers who'll try to run Saturday night's Busch race and Sunday's Cup race. One hurdle: The Busch Series is in Nashville and the Nextel Cup race is at Pocono.
It's back to Pocono for the second time this season and, if things hold to recent form, youth will be served, writes Mark Ashenfelter.
Jeff Gordon has news for the rest of the Nextel Cup field; he's not going to back off and let wins pass him by, writes Mark Ashenfelter.
The three turns at Pocono present unique challenges, but drivers say horsepower is the key to solving them, writes Mark Ashenfelter.
Ricky Rudd enjoyed replacing Tony Stewart and racing a top car. That doesn't mean he's ready to come back, writes Mark Ashenfelter.
The Cup standings don't show it, but Joe Nemechek and Scott Riggs have had fast cars all season.
He's pushing 50 and hasn't won since 2002, but Cup vet Sterling Marlin believes he'll have options for '06.
The defending Brickyard 400 champ's in a slump of sorts. But Kevin Harvick could recover at Indianapolis.