Everything was on the line for the remaining Playoff contenders at Martinsville.
One pit road mistake, penalty, or being swept up in a crash could have ended it all.
Another season another Playoff disappointment for Denny Hamlin.
Tyler Reddick’s path to the title race is arguably more complex than that of any other competitor.
In all likelihood, Martin Truex Jr. must reverse his recent fortunes—or misfortunes, more precisely—and win Sunday’s Xfinity 500
Likely needing a victory in Sunday’s Xfinity 500 to qualify for the NASCAR Cup Series Championship 4, Martin Truex Jr. took the first step in the right direction on Saturday.
There’s just one chance left to qualify for the Championship 4 and for six drivers to keep their title hopes alive.
Joey Logano nearly pulled off the comeback of the season, perhaps in a few seasons, Sunday at Martinsville Speedway.
A midrace penalty for the dominant Ryan Preece may have spoiled Stewart-Haas Racing’s day at Martinsville Sunday, but it masks a big recovery for the team.
Kyle Larson used to be the first to say that Martinsville Speedway wasn’t his favorite track.