KEVIN HARVICK, NO. 29 BUDWEISER CHEVROLET – WINNER: THAT FINAL RESTART YOU HAD A SLICK RACE TRACK LOTS OF OIL DRY YOU ARE ALMOST OUT OF GAS AND A FIRED UP KYLE BUSCH BESIDE YOU. WHAT ARE YOU THINKING ABOUT? “Well, I thought as crazy as this year has been for our Budweiser Chevy, I’m just thinking about not over driving the first corner, whether we were going to run out of gas or not, how far the No. 18 was going to drive it in."
To see improving performances spoiled by an overload of bad luck has been discouraging for Regan Smith in recent Sprint Cup races. But at the same time the Furniture Row Racing driver just needs to look outside of his mountain home near Denver to get a crueler perspective of tough luck.
So far, Denny Hamlin has mastered the art of Budweiser Speedweeks. He won the Sprint Unlimited on Saturday night, and he backed that up by winning the Budweiser Duel last night. Now the driver of the No. 11 FedEx Toyota looks towards the next task - winning the Daytona 500 on Sunday.
Bandwagons are illus ional mysteries. There are no definitive pictures, sketches or photos. Anyone can be a part of the bandwagon.
Alex Bowman and the Port of Tucson, Levine Financial, and St. Jude Children's Research Hospital Toyota Camry came to Phoenix International Raceway with high hopes of continuing their early...
Tommy Baldwin Racing (TBR) salvaged a decent points day after the transmission stuck on David Reutimann’s No. 10 Accell Construction Chevrolet at Kansas Speedway.
JIMMIE JOHNSON, NO. 48 LOWE’S FOR PROS CAMARO ZL1 met with media and discussed the challenging weather this weekend at Martinsville, his approach during practice sessions, the progress of the No. 48 team thus far this year, and more. Full Transcript: