There's been plenty of talk about bump drafting, but if Thursday's Duels are any indication, it might not be a problem at the Daytona 500.
Dale Earnhardt Jr. no longer has to answer questions about the Chase. But he still has to drive a car that's been subpar for most of '05.
By limiting the amount of camber a team can use, NASCAR's hoping to get a grip on the recent rash of tire problems.
There's a reason it took so long for NASCAR to make its way to Indy. The track's not exactly ideal for bulky stock cars.
Michigan unfolded in typical fashion for Ryan Newman. He started on the pole and quickly fell back.
The results haven't been there for Chip Ganassi. That's why he's expected to shake up his driver lineup for '06.
Jimmie Johnson just lost what had been a commanding Nextel Cup lead. And he isn't even flinching.
Kurt Busch has done well on short tracks, which is why his car owner is optimistic about Richmond.
Andy Hillenburg's efforts to compete in Nextel Cup are admirable, but all Cup cars need to be up to speed.
Think NASCAR Nextel Cup teams are taking it easy during the winter? Think again.
He was enjoying his best Winston Cup season to date. Now, Dale Earnhardt Jr. can't catch a break.
Qualifying hasn't been Ryan Newman's problem. Rather, it's been his lack of ability to finish strong.
After a good preseason test, Dale Earnhardt Jr. hopes to be a favorite at Rockingham, too.
A new rule by NASCAR has cut the amount of moaning and groaning during preseason testing.