Roger Penske is normally a pretty stoic sort of guy.
Martin Truex Jr. came up one turn short Sunday.
Chase Elliott made the most of a 19th-place starting position and a balky No. 9 Chevrolet on Sunday.
Kyle Busch had a strong enough car to lead 100 laps in Sunday’s First Data 500 at Martinsville Speedway.
Joey Logano would not be denied Sunday. After leading a race high 309 laps, Logano was able in a two-car battle with Martin Truex Jr. on the final lap.
Jimmie Johnson will have a new primary sponsor for the next two years.
Hoping to reverse the outcome of this year’s spring race at Martinsville Speedway, Kyle Busch took the first step on Saturday afternoon.
Qualifying aside, Saturday at Martinsville Speedway belonged to Johnny Sauter.
When he entered five Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series races as a preview to his rookie season, then-19-year-old Chase Elliott got a baptism by fire.