One race, eight drivers trying to make the Chase. So who will be in when the dust settles at Richmond on Saturday night? Our Terry Blount and David Newton think they know.
NASCAR officials will continue the have-at-it-boys theme tonight after opting not to change the restrictor plates for the Budweiser Shootout all-star race.
Rusty Wallace said Tuesday that the No. 64 Chevrolet Nationwide Series team he owns won its appeal to National Stock Car Racing Commission for a penalty issued at Daytona.
As expected, Budweiser will become the primary sponsor for Kasey Kahne and the No. 9 Dodge in 2008, sources confirmed Thursday.
Sources said Budweiser will announce Friday morning that the company will not follow Dale Earnhardt Jr. to Hendrick Motorsports next season.
James Hylton was six laps away from racing his way into the Daytona 500 Thursday before becoming a victim of the restrictor-plate shuffle.