Many people didn't take Michael Waltrip's foray into team ownership seriously in 2007. With both his full-time drivers in the Chase, now's a good time to own up to that misjudgment.
Seven months and 17 races later, the wait finally is over for Rick Hendrick. Jimmie Johnson helped Mr. H win his 200th Cup race Saturday night at Darlington.
What you witnessed when NASCAR penalties against the 48 team were overturned was a sea change. That was frontier justice being told to ride off into the sunset.
Bringing Mark Martin into Hendrick Motorsports at age 50 might not have made a lot of sense to some. But it made sense to Rick Hendrick and, as usual, he was right.
Dale Earnhardt Jr.'s first race with new crew chief Lance McGrew earned a passing grade from team owner Rick Hendrick.
Kyle Busch said it point-blank: "It's never Junior; it's always the crew chief."
Rick Hendrick promised to use every resource available to strengthen the so-called weak link in his Sprint Cup garage. In other words, the pressure is on for Dale Earnhardt Jr.
What's Ed Hinton thinking about this offseason? The Sprint Cup scoring system, having Talladega in the Chase, the state of the economy, the finale at Homestead and you, the fans.
Before you think Jimmie Johnson, crew chief Chad Knaus, and owner Rick Hendrick are ready to rest on their three-peat laurels, realize that's not what makes this team tick, writes Ed Hinton.
You don't know Harry Davis, but you will. As father to rising star Marc Davis, Mr. Davis will impact NASCAR in ways like never before, writes Ed Hinton.