Qualifying for NASCAR’s All-Star race, already unique with its three laps with a pit stop format, was more unusual on Friday night.
Jeff Gordon knows only one strategy for NASCAR’s All-Star race scheduled Saturday night at Charlotte Motor Speedway.
Back in the day in country music, there was the Bakersfield Sound heard in hits by Buck Owens, Merle Haggard and others.
Matt Kenseth knew that he had a front-running car Sunday.
NASCAR hammered the two Cup teams from Penske Racing as it handed out penalties over three series on Wednesday.
Kyle Larson picked up his first NASCAR national series win on Sunday by holding off Joey Logano on the final restart of the Truck Series race at Rockingham Speedway.
Roaring past the checkered flag couldn’t save Thomasville native from suffering one more lump on Sunday.
Jimmie Johnson called it a “standard Martinsville race.”
Johnny Sauter ruined what could have been a storybook ending Saturday.
Other than a new version of the car raced in NASCAR’s top division not much is different again at Martinsville Speedway.
Brad Keselowski knows exactly what Joey Logano is going though.
Tony Stewart and Joey Logano, at least publicly on Friday, were not looking back on their post-race dustup two weeks ago at Fontana, Calif.
The possibility of setting a Martinsville Speedway track record wasn’t something that Jimmie Johnson was thinking about when he went out to qualify on Friday for Sunday’s 500-lap Cup race.