As the Chase for the Sprint Cup nears, drivers are stepping up their game. Joey Logano ran exceptionally well and took a commanding victory Saturday night in the Irwin Tools Night Race at Bristol Motor Speedway. His championship-caliber performance provides the No. 22 Shell/Pennzoil Ford Fusion team with the confidence needed to make a run at the title.
One-hundred laps into the race, there was no one predicting a Logano victory. Many storylines involving cars capable of pulling off the win provided game-changing moments throughout the race. Continue reading →
With hype surrounding Kyle Larson before Sunday’s Pure Michigan 400, many expected him to have an outstanding performance and contend for the victory. Unfortunately, for the No. 42 Target Chevrolet team, their day couldn’t have gone any worse as they finished 43rd.
In the string of early yellow-flags, Larson made contact with Dale Earnhardt Jr. on pit road.
In one of the most dominating performances the NASCAR Camping World Truck Series has seen this season, Darrell Wallace Jr. ended up in victory lane Wednesday night at Eldora Speedway. Despite his lack of dirt-track racing experience, he was able to beat some of the best in the business en route to victory.
To start off the race, it seemed like his teammate Erik Jones would be the one dominating the night. However, his quick start went downhill fast as he suffered some tire issues. Continue reading →
In another outstanding performance, 18-year old Chase Elliott made it to victory lane for the third time this season. The No. 9 team stole the show throughout the night as they proved early on they were the ones to beat at Chicagoland Speedway.
Brian Scott began the race on the pole and held the lead through the first yellow-flag of the race for Sam Hornish Jr.’s expired engine. However, he would not be able to hold off Elliott for long. The rocket-ship Elliott had first appeared out front on lap 21. Continue reading →
It seemed as there were no other drivers on the track Sunday at New Hampshire Motor Speedway. Brad Keselowski absolutely stole the show as he held control for most of the afternoon. The win was his second in two days at “The Magic Mile” as he won the NASCAR Nationwide Series event in similar fashion on Saturday. Continue reading →