What do we know? Matt Kenseth is a force to be reckoned with ... in 2013. Jimmie Johnson is a force to be reckoned with right now. What intrigue is left? Plenty.
Jeff Gordon has three straight top-3 finishes in the Chase for the Cup. Matt Kenseth has a victory at Talladega. Then why are their championship hopes all but buried?
Denny Hamlin called his shot and then hit it out of the park Sunday at New Hampshire. But five-time champ Jimmie Johnson remains the driver to beat in this Chase.
Hendrick Motorsports showed vulnerability, tempers flared everywhere and Greg Biffle, Justin Allgaier and Nelson Piquet Jr. won thrillers. What a weekend!
Sprint Cup driver Kyle Busch was in no talking mood following Sunday's wild and crazy finish at Watkins Glen. But his postrace silence spoke volumes.
Pack racing or pairs dancing? Which would you prefer to watch at the restrictor-plate tracks? Still undecided? Yeah, we thought so ...
He doesn't want to admit it, but he does keep talking about it. Carl Edwards, the 2011 Sprint Cup runner-up, doesn't have a win, and he's out of the top 10. Is this The Hangover?
Kurt Busch showed he can wheel a race car on the road course at Sonoma. But equally as impressive was how the oft-criticized driver handled himself off the racetrack.
Could Dale Earnhardt Jr. and Jeff Gordon have challenged Joey Logano for the win at Pocono had they not stopped for fuel with 22 laps left Sunday? We'll never know.
Kurt Busch blew his cool again Saturday. Now he's been suspended for this weekend's Sprint Cup Series race at Pocono ... and torn the spotlight away from stories NASCAR would much rather focus on.
The cars on the track go round and round. The best drivers in the world at what they do -- drive stock cars -- may just be too good now. So what does NASCAR do to fix it?
Tony Stewart's tongue-in-cheek news conference following the Cup race at Talladega raised plenty of eyebrows. It also raised plenty of concerns about Talladega.
Sure, Tony Stewart winning at Vegas and Greg Biffle leading the Sprint Cup standings is big news. But did y'all notice Dale Earnhardt Jr. is off to the best start of his career?
Tony Stewart's championship run wasn't a solo act. Crew chief Darian Grubb might have been the most impressive part of the No. 14 team, holding things together when he knew he was losing his job.
Carl Edwards didn't appreciate how Kyle Busch battled him down the stretch of Saturday night's Chase race at Charlotte. David Newton's take? Get over it, Carl.
Jimmie Johnson cruised to a dominating victory at Kansas, but almost as impressive was how well Kevin Harvick and Carl Edwards finished after rough days.