Keselowski The Vegas Favorite

Now that the Round of 16 has concluded with Freaky Fast Kevin Harvick winning two out of the three races in that round, is it safe to say that maybe Harvick is raising the bar single handedly, turning up the temp, and making a serious bid to add his second championship to his resume? Some…

The Cheddar Head Shoots To The Top Again

Kevin Harvick held off top challenger Kyle Busch on Saturday night, notching his ninth victory of the NASCAR Cup Series season as the playoff field was trimmed from 16 to 12 at Bristol Motor Speedway. Harvick’s No. 4 Stewart-Haas Racing Ford led 226 of the 500 laps in the annual Bass Pro Shops Night Race,…

Bowyer Is The Dude At Bristol

This week NASCAR travels West-Northwest from Charlotte to the border of Tennessee and Virginia to a small hamlet that straddles that border, Bristol. The night race at Bristol is one of the highlights of the Cup season each and every year. Along with great short-track racing Bristol Motor Speedway cultivates some elevated tempers, a few…

Your Sheriff’s Still On Top Of The Pylon

Blazingly Bad Brad Keselowski cruised into the next round of the 2020 NASCAR Playoffs with his win Saturday night at Richmond Raceway. The No. 2 Team Penske Ford driver led a race-high 192 of the 400 laps on the .75-mile Virginia track. Keselowski beat Martin Truex Jr. to the checkered flag by 2.568 seconds. Joey…

Amber Hangs On To Win Segment 2

Kevin Harvick’s Stewart-Haas Racing No. 4 Ford led just 32 of the 367 laps in the opening race of the NASCAR Cup Series Playoffs, taking command when Chase Elliott and Martin Truex, Jr. collided in a contest for the lead with 15 laps left. His eighth victory of the season was his third at the…

Harvick Has The Support For Darlington

This weekend NASCAR slides down the interstate to the badlands of Darlington, SC, and the Darlington Raceway. It is that time again, Labor Day weekend, where the throwback weekend produces some really cool looking hot rods at The Southern 500. OUR DARLINGTON CHOICES As the accompanying photo would suggest, the pick of the weekend is…

The Sheriff Maintains Microsopic Lead

William Byron raced his way into the NASCAR Cup Series Playoffs, scoring his first victory in the regular-season finale in overtime at Daytona International Speedway as Matt DiBenedetto claimed the last berth in the 16-driver postseason field. Byron led 24 of the 164 laps in the Coke Zero Sugar 400, his No. 24 Hendrick Motorsports…

Hamlin Has The Daytona Support

As NASCAR makes its third migration into the Daytona International Speedway, this time for the second oval race there, the anticipation builds. Also I am sure that the DIS management has put out a call for all available tow trucks and rollbacks to be on alert for the the Sunday race! OUR DAYTONA SUPERSPEEDWAY CHOICES…

The Sheriff Still Rules Supreme After Dover

There was no drama in Kevin Harvick’s victory in the Drydene 311 at Dover International Speedway, an old-fashioned thrashing in the back end of a Saturday/Sunday NASCAR Cup Series doubleheader. There was more than enough suspense, however, in the battle between Hendrick Motorsports teammates Jimmie Johnson and William Byron for the final position in the…

Humbleness Prevails!

Denny Hamlin registered his sixth (6) victory of the season Saturday, bypassing teammate Martin Truex Jr. and prevailing in the opening race of a NASCAR Cup Series weekend doubleheader at Dover International Speedway as Joe Gibbs Racing notched a 1-2-3 finish. Hamlin’s JGR No. 11 Toyota swept both stages and led a race-high 115 of…