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Martin Truex, Jr. Shuts the Front Door at Richmond

Going into this race, we all knew the JGR teams were going to be tough to beat, but I don’t think anyone thought they would go 1-2-3-4 at the finish. Nor did anyone think that two of the drivers would set the pace leading 311 of the 400 laps. If you are a Toyota fan, this was your race.

Martin Truex Jr. Assumes the Mantle After Winning at Las Vegas

Evidently, the other 23 cars, or so, are just supposed to pull over and let the playoff drivers run through the field and battle for the win amongst themselves. Or at least that is what you would think after listening to the drivers complain all race long and then even after the race.

Harvick Kisses the Bricks for the 2nd Time

I was at the track the first time Kevin Harvick won at The Brickyard and his monster burnout down the front stretch was spectacular. 16 years later, Harvick gains his 2nd Brickyard win and his third win of the season heading into the playoffs.

Matt DiBenedetto Nearly Pulls Off the Win at Bristol

After a tumultuous week that saw Matt DiBenedetto lose his ride for 2020, he nearly pulled off the impossible Saturday night at Bristol.

Is Jimmie Johnson Done For 2019?

After his brush up with Ryan Blaney last week at Watkins Glen, Jimmie Johnson was looking to turn his fortunes around with his new crew chief at Michigan.

Frustrated Champions at Watkins Glen

Both Jimmie Johnson and Kyle Busch experienced some on-track frustration of their own making this past weekend at Watkins Glen.

NASCAR Changes Pit Stop Rule For Tires

NASCAR changed the rules of the game – again – but this time for the better. One of the stupidest rules to govern pit stops has been the “arm’s length” rule. A tire coming off during a pit stop had to stay within an “arm’s length” of a crewman, generally a tire changer, or there would be a pass through penalty.

Busch Brother Against Busch Brother For The Win At Kentucky! Busch Wins!

Over the years, Kentucky didn’t always produce the best racing but that has changed. Don’t get me wrong, the track can still produce some boring racing. Case in point, the enormous lead Kyle Busch had over the field earlier in this race. But the end of this race gave those in attendance something to cheer about.
Martin Truex Jr. climbs out of his car in celebration for his third career victory at Sonoma Raceway. Photo courtesy of Rachel Schuoler for Speedway Media.

Martin Truex, Jr. Wins Back-to-Back at Sonoma

Martin Truex, Jr. defended his 2018 win at Sonoma with another dominating performance. He led nearly two-thirds of the laps and beat second place Kyle Busch by about a second.

Logano Gives Team Penske Another Win at Michigan

Joey Logano became the first driver to win from the pole this season on his way to his second victory and supplanting Kyle Busch as the points leader. On his way to Victory Lane, Logano won Stage 1, led 163 of 203 laps and held off the field during a wild final restart with just a few laps to go. How Kyle Busch of him.