Sunday’s running of the Coca-Cola 600 certainly didn’t have anywhere near the 68 lead changes that took place in the hotly contested Indianapolis 500.
Kevin Harvick proved to be the best when it counted after Kasey Kahne held that role much of the way in a wild, wreck-filled Coca-Cola 600 marked by a red flag for a snapped TV cable.
Kyle Busch continued his march through the Nationwide Series on Saturday.
As is often the case, NASCAR chairman Brian France didn’t offer up any bombshells when he stopped by Charlotte Motor Speedway’s infield media center.
Kasey Kahne and Matt Kenseth actually enjoy tackling the longest race for NASCAR’s top division.
In his first season as a Nationwide Series regular driving for Junior Motorsports, Regan Smith is happy with the team’s progress.
Denny Hamlin prefers not pushing his car to the limit in qualifying.
Brad Keselowski won’t slow down putting out immediate reactions on Twitter, even though he was wrong when he blasted David Ragan by tweeting that Ragan lined up in the wrong position for the final restart before winning at Talladega.
Today is NASCAR Hall of Fame selection day in Charlotte.
Jimmie Johnson and crew chief Chad Knaus showed again late Saturday night they have regained their touch in NASCAR’s All-Star race.
Jimmie Johnson and crew chief Chad Knaus again proved they can master any format for the NASCAR All-Star race.
Jamie McMurray took most of the excitement out of the Showdown which sent the top two finishers to the All-Star race Saturday night.
NASCAR officials came up with a couple rule twists for the All-Star race.
A penalty with just over 50 laps to go didn’t keep Kyle Busch out of victory lane Friday night.
Qualifying for NASCAR’s All-Star race, already unique with its three laps with a pit stop format, was more unusual on Friday night.