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.
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?
Nashville Superspeedway – June 26, 2022
It sure looked like it was going to be Joe Gibbs’ day in Nashville. At one point, The Super Bowl Championship coach turned NASCAR Championship Car Owner had all four of his cars in the top five, separated only by Ryan Blaney’s Penske Ford. Denny Hamlin and Martin Truex, Jr. had traded the lead forContinue reading “Concrete King: Elliott Wins Big in Nashville”
After last week’s abomination of an All Star Race, the bar had been lowered for 1.5 mile tracks and the Gen 7. But you didn’t have to do them like that Charlotte. After 600 miles of Remembrance, heartbreak, confusion, insane crashes and contenders wiping each other out, Denny Hamlin was the last man standing, edgingContinue reading “The Perfect Nightcap: Hamlin Wins First 600”
Many fans are angry at NASCAR after they bent the rules to create drama at the All-Star Race at Texas Motor Speedway.
Following week 11’s action at Dover Motor Speedway, Walker Skeeter takes another shot at ranking the entire field of full-time drivers.
Chase Elliott picked up his first win of the 2022 season at the Monster Mile – Garrett Cook recaps the day’s action.
After taking a week off to let things shake up, here is the latest iteration of Walker Skeeter’s power rankings.
Recap of the Toyota Owners 400 at Richmond Raceway on April 3, 2022.