Harvick was running sixth before suffering a flat tire on the final lap at Watkins Glen, spoiling a certain top-10 finish. He surrendered five positions on the final lap, and was nipped at the line for tenth by Jeff Gordon, his closest pursuer in the point standings.
The Camping World Truck Series looks to return to Darlington Raceway for the first time in six years and Kevin Harvick Incorporated drivers Ron Hornaday and Ken Schrader look to tame the track that is known to be “too tough to tame”.
Baker Curb Racing announced on Tuesday that Chase Austin will drive the No. 43 Dodge this Saturday in the NASCAR Nationwide Series race at Michigan International Speedway.
As Silly Season picks up with drivers figuring out what their ride in 2011 will be, NASCAR begins to let the 2011 schedule take shape.
Four races to go before we lock in our Chase contenders, and ten look good to stay there after Michigan. It is not as clear for both Greg Biffle and Mark Martin who remain on shaky ground. Biffle's record over the past ten events is only 17th best, not good for one seeking some distance.
When Rick Hendrick announced that he was signing Kasey Kahne to a contract earlier this year, speculation automatically hit the airwaves.
NASCAR’s two top series just finished a weekend of racing at Watkins Glen International. Twice a year (we’re including Infineon Raceway here), the sport’s top drivers are asked to get out of their comfort zone (if there is such a thing) and do what most of them never do but twice a year.
We learned that this was a movie with two starring roles and four co-stars. Juan Pablo Montoya was Robin Hood, Marcos Ambrose the Sheriff of Nottingham, while Kurt Busch, A.J. Allmendinger, Carl Edwards, and Jamie McMurray were the Merry Men.