We first thought Matt Kenseth was gonna cruise to another plate victory Sunday at Talladega. We then thought Kyle Busch was gonna slingshot past the leader for a last-lap win. But Brad Keselowski had his own ideas.
Tony George succeeded in killing CART as the American open-wheel war dragged to its conclusion, but the win was costly for him, his speedway and the IRL. One question still resonates: Could it all have been avoided?
The 94th Indy 500 looms, still one of the biggest events in the world. What looms over the 500 and Indy racing? Ed Hinton writes honor, pride, greed and open warfare for control have left a lone winner: NASCAR.