Oh, there will be a fight between Chase front-runners Matt Kenseth and Jimmie Johnson at Texas on Sunday. But it'll be a fair fight.
There are five drivers in position to win the 2013 Sprint Cup title, but when you talk to two of them, they say realistically it's down to Matt Kenseth and Jimmie Johnson.
Clint Bowyer's storybook ending likely will have to wait. Jimmie Johnson and Brad Keselowski have their own script in mind: a two-car dogfight that won't be settled until Homestead.
The crash-free Cup race at Texas was a promoter's worst nightmare. How bad was it? TMS boss Eddie Gossage faces the biggest challenge of his career, Ed Hinton writes.
Ah, remember the good ol' days, when lightning action at the "outlaw" short tracks kept us on seat's edge through an entire race? If only the Cup tour could capture the magic.
Let's not hand the Sprint Cup trophy to Tony Stewart just yet. We tried to give the championship to Denny Hamlin with two races to go in 2010 -- and look what happened.
The top 10 reasons Sunday's AAA 500 will be the greatest race ever.
Texas Motor Speedway president Eddie Gossage wasn't born in Texas, but he seemingly got there as fast as he could. Having conquered the Lone Star State, is he ready for something bigger?
Even when the 48 car was a mangled mess sitting in the garage at Texas Motor Speedway, Jimmie Johnson refused to exit. That decision just may have saved his season.
The math says Mark Martin is still in contention for his first Sprint Cup championship. The reality? The best Martin likely can do is finish second -- for the fifth time in his career.
Forgive the Roush Fenway Racing gang for not cheering Jeff Gordon's streak-busting win at Texas. Bad pit stops put Greg Biffle and the boys in a foul mood.
Texas blog Saturday.