Well, there it is. Martin Truex Jr. has officially chiseled his name into the 2019 Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series Championship 4 for Homestead-Miami Speedway. And he did it in … Continue Reading Opinion: Other Playoff Contenders Finding Drama, As Truex is Paving Clear Path to Championship
I’ll probably take some heat for this, as Joey Logano isn’t the most popular driver in the garage area — but I don’t understand why everyone is so pissed off … Continue Reading Opinion: I Don’t Understand Why Everyone is so Mad at Joey Logano
It was an exciting morning for Hendrick Motorsports as they announced that Ally Financial would be extending their full-season primary sponsorship of the No. 48 car for three more seasons, … Continue Reading Opinion: Jimmie Johnson Seems Hesitant to Re-Sign With Hendrick Motorsports
On a frustrating day where Kyle Busch was three laps off the pace, the driver of the No. 18 Toyota Camry for Joe Gibbs Racing gave up during a red-flag … Continue Reading Opinion: Did Kyle Busch Give Up on His Team in Playoff Race at the Roval?
At 30-years old, Landon Cassill isn’t quite old, but he’s also not a NASCAR young gun on the rise either. In fact, you could argue — with the way the … Continue Reading Landon Cassill Deserves a Big-Time Shot, Now
Kyle Larson has plenty of reason to smile after Sunday’s Consumers Energy 400 at Michigan International Speedway. The driver of the No. 42 McDonald’s Camaro ZL1 finished third, and in … Continue Reading Is There a McDonald’s Curse in the Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series?
Seven races remain until the Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series Playoffs begin. For five drivers, it will likely take a flawless seven-race stretch to secure a berth. After the Quaker … Continue Reading It’s Shaping up to be a Tight Fight to the Playoffs For Five Drivers
To call Justin Haley’s win in Sunday’s Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series Coke Zero Sugar 400 at Daytona an upset would be a massive understatement. Okay, it would be more … Continue Reading Is Justin Haley’s Victory at Daytona on Sunday the Biggest Upset Win in NASCAR History?
Kyle Busch drives for Joe Gibbs Racing, one of the two organizations who have combined to win 11 of the 12 races in the 2019 Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series … Continue Reading Morgan Shepherd’s Record Seems Even More Impressive After Kansas
A lot of negative words have been said about NASCAR’s new aerodynamic package so far in 2019, but Saturday night at Kansas Speedway the planets aligned and the package worked … Continue Reading Aerodynamic Package Produced Epic Show Saturday in Kansas
We are 11 races into the 2019 Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series season and there is one glaring thing missing when you look at who has visited victory lane so … Continue Reading Is it Time For a Stewart-Haas Breakthrough in Kansas?
By Toby Christie, Follow on Twitter @Toby_Christie *NOTE: This is just a fraction of the conversation with Kyle Petty from this week’s The Final Lap Weekly Podcast. To hear the … Continue Reading Kyle Petty: Driver Personalities in NASCAR Need to Get Bigger For Sport to Grow Again
By Toby Christie So far, it’s been a 2019 season that has been dominated by just two race teams (Joe Gibbs Racing and Team Penske). However, as we come out … Continue Reading Talladega is the Perfect Site of Return From NASCAR Off Week
I have to admit it, since the age of four I have been an absolute junkie for NASCAR. As a kid it was always fun to see the dominant drivers … Continue Reading Who Would Win a Race Among the Best Winless Drivers in NASCAR History?
FORT WORTH, Texas — Denny Hamlin had two pit road penalties, missed pit road another time and also ran out of gas in Sunday’s O’Reilly Auto Parts 500 at Texas … Continue Reading Texas Race Was Much Closer With New Package, But Tires Left Drivers Frustrated
FORT WORTH, Texas — In theory, having several cars on track at the same time in a pack battling for the pole position sounds like a great way to set … Continue Reading After Latest Embarrassment, Can We Do Away With Group Qualifying Yet?