Matt Kenseth used experience Sunday.
On a sunny Sunday afternoon in Phoenix, the final eight drivers in the Chase for the NASCAR Sprint Cup demonstrated emphatically why they had earned their places in the Eliminator Round.
So you thought Talladega was intense?
Which two Chase for the NASCAR Sprint Cup drivers better be watching their backs over the next few weeks?
This year’s Chase for the NASCAR Sprint Cup is now, officially, a novel experience.
Hey, let’s not get emotional… OK, let’s do.
You won’t hear Chase drivers, particularly those wiped out in Sunday accidents at Kansas Speedway, mouthing vanilla mantras like “I wouldn’t wish misfortune on any of my competitors.”
To a trucker, the “rocking chair” is a comfortable place to ride between the lead truck in a convoy and the 18-wheeler bringing up the rear.
After Sunday’s MyAFibStory.com 400 at Chicagoland Speedway, the first race in the Chase for the NASCAR Sprint Cup, I have come to one inescapable conclusion: I need to hire a spotter.