The NASCAR Sprint Cup Series makes its first short track stop of 2013 this Sunday at Bristol Motor Speedway. It will be everyone's first look at how the new Gen6 model will perform on a smaller track. With three different winners in three races, this weekend should shake up to be a thriller in Cup Series racing!
Yesterday provided a terrific conclusion to a crazy week at Daytona International Speedway, in which we saw history made with Danica Patrick becoming the first female pole-sitter for the Daytona 500, a horrific crash in the final turn of Saturday's Nationwide race and arguably the greatest driver of the last decade (Jimmie Johnson) hoist the Harvey J. Earl Trophy over his head for the second time
This coming Sunday is the "Super Bowl of NASCAR," the Dayton 500. Danica Patrick enters the race as the first woman to ever hold the pole position in a NASCAR race, while defending Sprint Cup Series champion Brad Keselowski looks to begin a successful title defense...
Sunday saw the final race of the 2012 NASCAR Sprint Cup season at the Homestead-Miami Speedway. Jeff Gordon would take the checkered flag for the win,but Brad Keselowski would win the season championship.
Race number 3 in the Chase for the Sprint Cup Championship took place at Dover International Speedway at the AAA 400 on Sunday afternoon. Brad Keselowski would continue his fantastic season by taking the checkered flag. It was Brad's 5th victory in 2012 and his first at the "Monster Mile".
Saturday saw night racing on the Sprint Cup Series schedule at the Kentucky Speedway. Brad Keselowski drove to victory for his third win of the season almost guaranteeing him a spot in the chase later this year.