Greg Biffle is 13th in the Nextel Cup standings. Will he make The Chase? Rupen Fofaria explains Biffle's chances.
Tony Stewart has been good at Talladega, just not good enough to win. He hopes to change that, writes Rupen Fofaria.
Greg Biffle and Tony Stewart aren't about to panic over subpar positions in the standings through two races, writes Rupen Fofaria.
Tony Stewart wasn't the most popular guy on the track Sunday, but his wild ride was good enough to finish fifth, writes Rupen Fofaria.
Jimmie Johnson won the Daytona 500 on Sunday despite losing his crew chief earlier in the week.
NASCAR had plenty of winning drivers this season. But memorable races? Those we can count on one hand.
Tony Stewart's '02 title run was beset by struggle and strife. This time around, he and the No. 20 were able to fully enjoy the ride.
Although none of his drivers were able to win the big prize, Jack Roush knows the pieces are in place to win several titles down the road.
Despite qualifying 32nd in Homestead, Jimmie Johnson's not panicking. He knows he has a car capable of getting to the front.
By going out and winning the Homestead pole, Carl Edwards reminded everyone that there are more than just two drivers racing for the Cup title.
The title's not Tony Stewart's yet. In fact, his lead over Jimmie Johnson isn't as commanding as it might appear on the surface.
Tony Stewart's been careful not to put himself in harm's away. Some may call his approach "points racing." He calls it common sense.
In Phoenix, Tony Stewart will follow the same strategy he's used all along. If he doesn't have the car to win, he won't force the issue.
On the strength of back-to-back wins, Carl Edwards is now a real threat to steal the title away from Tony Stewart and Jimmie Johnson.
Sure, every Chase driver wants to win Sunday's race. But avoiding trouble and having a solid points day are the bigger priorities.
Tony Stewart and Jimmie Johnson have emerged as the drivers to beat in the Chase. But neither is the clear favorite in Atlanta.