The 2008 Nationwide Series season started with Carl Edwards vs. Clint Bowyer and ended that way, too. But there were some crazy twists and turns in between, writes Mark Ashenfelter.
Jeff Burton is used to winning in the Nationwide Series. So why is he having such a hard time in 2008? Joe Gibbs Racing has something to do with it, writes Mark Ashenfelter.
Joey Logano a .500 hitter? The teen phenom hopes to win his second straight Nationwide Series race in only his fourth career start Saturday night at The Milwaukee Mile, writes Mark Ashenfelter.
Saturday's Nationwide winner was a boost for the series because a fresh face showed up in Victory Lane. Time will tell if Scott Wimmer's victory is a real boost to his own aspirations, writes Mark Ashenfelter in the Monday Rundown.
Aric Almirola wants to prove he doesn't need Denny Hamlin to get to Victory Lane in a Busch car. He'll get that chance Saturday at Chicagoland Speedway, writes Mark Ashenfelter.
They say the first win is the hardest. Stephen Leicht got his first Busch Series victory last week at Kentucky. Could No. 2 be far behind? We'll find out Saturday at The Milwaukee Mile.
Martin Truex Jr. would love to win his fourth straight Talladega Busch race. Big names like Tony Stewart and Dale Earnhardt Jr. will be standing in his way, writes Mark Ashenfelter.
It's been a busy week for David Gilliland, the surprise winner of last week's Busch race now preparing for the Cup race at Sonoma, writes Mark Ashenfelter.
Whether it's a bump-and-run to win the Open or the money for winning the Challenge, the all-star races are a thrill, writes Mark Ashenfelter.
Jamie McMurray has a new team and higher expectations in 2006. Running with Roush's boys brings that, Mark Ashenfelter writes.
With only three races left, several Cup drivers still have a lot they want to accomplish in '05. Including a trip to Victory Lane.
Until the curtain falls on the '05 season, Kurt Busch's focus will be on defending his Nextel Cup title, not where he'll be driving next season.
Mark Martin's not complaining, but he admits his career isn't fun. Which is why '05 will be his final Cup fling.