It's impressive to consider just how much Brad Keselowski and Paul Wolfe have accomplished in their short time together. Which begs the question: Just how good can they get?
The good news: Brad Keselowski minimized the damage at one of Jimmie Johnson's best tracks, Martinsville. The bad news: The final three Chase tracks favor Five-Time in a big way.
There are three much-maligned cookie cutters -- NASCAR's 1.5-mile ovals -- left on the schedule. As we saw in Charlotte, that means fuel mileage may decide the Chase.
It may look like a three-driver breakaway in the Chase, but every driver knows the great equalizer -- Talladega -- is on tap. And that has some drivers actually looking forward to it.
Did Carl Edwards' Chase chances go up in smoke Sunday night at Atlanta? Not exactly. But it's not looking good for him or several others hoping to make NASCAR's playoff.
Several drivers on the Chase bubble took a giant step back Saturday night at Bristol. The biggest loser? That would be Ryan Newman.
NASCAR's wild-card system for making the Chase may be the best decision in the sport in years. Winning isn't just important, now, it's Chase life or death for some big-name drivers.
Dale Earnhardt Jr. has been one of the most consistent performers in the Cup garage all season. And now that the 143-race winless skid is in the history books, watch out.
There was a lot to like about All-Star weekend, including a good race for the Cup series, a solid debut in Nationwide and the youth movement in Trucks.
What did we learn this past weekend at Darlington? How to handle disappointment and how not to handle it. Kurt Busch can learn a thing or two from Elliott Sadler.
What do Carl Edwards and Kyle Busch have in common with every driver from Hendrick Motorsports and Richard Childress Racing? None has won a Cup race in 2012.
The misfortune that struck Jeff Gordon and Jimmie Johnson at Martinsville proved to be good fortune for AJ Allmendinger, who delivered a second-place run for his struggling 22 team at Penske Racing.
Brad Keselowski and Matt Kenseth put on one heckuva show Sunday at Bristol Motor Speedway. The big question we're pondering Monday: Where were the fans?
The theme for the 54th running of the Great American Race: You had to see it to believe it. The Daytona 500 was that crazy.
It's the end of an era in NASCAR, Jimmie Johnson's five-year reign as champion is over. Homestead would be a good time to stand and applaud his accomplishments.
Riding around in the back and waiting until the final laps to make a move at Talladega has become a tactic of choice in recent years. It worked for some Chasers on Sunday, but not all.