Want to see Jeff Gordon back racing on dirt? Tony Stewart, too? Check out this week's Nextel Prelude to the Dream benefit race at Eldora Speedway.
It's full steam ahead for the Hendrick Motorsports Express. Jimmie Johnson won Sunday at Richmond for the fourth time in '07, giving Hendrick its seventh victory in the last eight races, writes David Newton.
Matt Borland leaves Michael Waltrip Racing, then Dale Jarrett fails to qualify for a Nextel Cup race for the first time since 1994.
Tony Stewart is clearly frustrated right now. That he's letting it get the best of him is not a positive sign, writes David Newton.
The drought lasted eight months and 26 races. But Jeff Gordon finally got to dust off the black No. 3 flag to honor the late Dale Earnhardt, writes David Newton.
Jamie McMurray called 2006 "frustrating and miserable." 2007? It's been anything but for the Roush Fenway driver, who's 10th in points after three straight top-10 finishes, writes David Newton.
Tremendous vision. Essence of a leader. Incredibly instinctual. Smarter than his years. Dale Jr. has been called a lot of things. A bad businessman isn't one of them, writes David Newton.
He's still the class clown. He's still on the butt end of team jokes at RCR. But with three top-10s in six Nextel Cup starts, Clint Bowyer also is getting his due respect, writes David Newton.
There have been two races with the Car of Tomorrow and there are still many drivers who don't know what to think about it, writes David Newton.
Jeff Gordon did everything he could to pass teammate Jimmie Johnson and win at Martinsville. Well, almost everything, writes David Newton.
A level playing field? After one race with the Car of Tomorrow, it appears the same teams that won in the old cars will win in the new ones, writes David Newton.
How did the Car of Tomorrow perform in its first race? Some drivers loved it, some hated it, but the design seems to have held up well, writes David Newton.
Jeremy Mayfield and A.J. Allmendinger were tired of missing races. They were finally able to do something about it, writes David Newton.
Jeff Gordon hasn't been the biggest fan of the Car of Tomorrow. He's still reserving judgment despite winning the pole for Sunday's race, writes David Newton.
Kenny Francis returned Thursday from a four-race suspension from the Nextel Cup series at the same place he left more than a month ago. The inspection station.
The Car of Tomorrow isn't going to be just a learning experience for the drivers. John Darby leads a legion of NASCAR officials wringing things out, writes David Newton.