Brad Keselowski didn’t just win the race at Martinsville, he flat out dominated the race. Kes won both stages and led 446 of the 500 laps. Even though the racing was “closer” than it had been at the mile-and-a-half tracks, I would call this a whoopin’.
Kyle Busch got ever closer to Richard Petty’s 200 win totals by nabbing his first win of the season at Phoenix. It was what most people were expecting. Rowdy has been strong all season so far and he won the last Phoenix race, plus he won the Xfinity race the day before.
Everyone who has ever been to college or university are fully aware of all the pressure which that could place on a young student such as the frequent academic assignments which will require a substantial amount of hard work to get everything done in time.
Carl Edwards – who has won the last two NASCAR Sprint Cup Series races – is now targeting a third win on Sunday’s GEICO 500 at Talladega Superspeedway. Edwards has led the most laps in the past three contests. Now all shall see if he will take a checkered flag from Talladega, a track where he has not triumphed before.
“This is the coolest weekend of my life," Logano exclaimed. "Every driver wants to add a road course victory to their resume. This is a dream come true to win at this place.”
Buffalo, New York - The NASCAR Sprint Cup Series Driver of the No. 5 Farmers Insurance Hendrick Motorsports Chevrolet SS, Kasey Kahne, paid a visit to Western New York on Wednesday in preparation for the second and final road course race of the 2014 NASCAR Sprint Cup Series season at Watkins Glen International.