Despite his win at Kansas, certain very loud NASCAR fans are still seemingly unable or unwilling to give Bubba Wallace the credit he deserves.
With just one week left until the regular season comes to a close, let’s take one last look at how the whole field stacks up before the reset.
Kyle Larson picked up the win at Watkins Glen… at teammate Chase Elliott’s expense.
Kyle Larson managed to snatch victory from the jaws of defeat… with a little help from Ty Gibbs and William Byron.
Alpha Prime Racing has taken their unfortunate run-in with Noah Gragson at Road America, and flipped it into a new sponsor.
Kevin Harvick snapped the longest winless streak of his career at one of his best tracks to lock himself into the playoffs.
Austin Hill looks like the apparent successor to Tyler Reddick once he departs RCR following next season… is Hill ready?
Two of the most aggressive drivers in the series went toe to toe, with results that were both surprisingly clean, and unsurprisingly exciting.
Chase Elliott and Ross Chastain seem to have stablished themselves as the championship favorites – but how do the rest of the 32 full-time drivers sort out?
In a race filled with plenty of chaos mid-pack, it was a two horse race up front between Ryan Preece and Zane Smith, with Preece coming out on top.