With the mile-sized race tracks in the rear view mirror, there was bound to be drama headed to the first mile and a half track, not only amongst the twelve Chase contenders but also the rest of the field who had nothing to lose and everything to gain.
With ‘silly season’ in full swing as the NASCAR season approaches its finale, this year it seems instead like a game of ‘duck, duck, goose’.
The NASCAR Sprint Cup Series returns to the heartland of America to conduct round three of its 2010 Chase for the Championship.
Sunday's Price Chopper 400 at Kansas Speedway marks the third race of the Chase for the Sprint Cup.
If consistency indeed trumps victories, then Carl Edwards would be the poster child for that concept.
No matter the race or racetrack, Joe Gibbs Racing is always a threat. This weekend in Kansas all three of their drivers are after their own bit of success and a determined JGR is bad news for the competition. Confidence, momentum and a winning streak might lead to an all JGR weekend.
Following a five hour meeting with the National Stock Car Appeals Board at NASCAR’s Research and Development Center on Wednesday, Richard Childress told the Associated Press that his appeal has been denied. Childress will now appeal the board’s decision to NASCAR's chief appellate officer.