It suddenly occurred to me that the Edwards/Keselowski situation reminded me of two guys fighting at school surrounded by a crowd of excited onlookers.
Last weekend’s race at Gateway turned into a nightmare for Joe Gibbs Racing as both of their cars crashed on the same lap.
ESPN.com is reporting that NASCAR officials are still reviewing the incident involving Carl Edwards and Brad Keselowski from Saturday’s Nationwide Series race and could announce a penalty Wednesday.
For the first time in 2010, Ron Hornaday will pull double duty at O'Reilly Raceway Park, driving both the Nationwide Series No. 33 Jimmy John's Chevy and the Camping World Truck Series No. 33 Georgia Boot truck for Kevin Harvick Incorperated.
Kyle Busch overcame some early troubles to win Saturday’s Nationwide Series (NNS) Tech-Net Auto Service 300 at Charlotte Motor Speedway in route to his second straight victory.
Carl Edwards captured the pole for Saturday’s Nationwide Series race Charlotte Motor Speedway with a lap of 186.922 mph (28.889 secs).
Kyle Busch overcame mistakes and some loose lug nuts early Saturday morning at Charlotte Motor Speedway and won the truck series North Carolina Education Lottery 200 after a lengthy rain causing the race not to begin until 11 p.m.