Recent NASCAR News
You know the line. “If you’re not first, you’re last.” This year at Talladega, Clint Bowyer was definitely not last. Oakley’s head-to-toe speedster claimed his first victory of the season in killer fashion, bumping out Jeff Burton on the last lap of the race with the checkered flag in sight – powering his way for the win for a flat out drag race finish.
Charging into the heralded ‘Chase’ in 2011, Tony Stewart hadn’t been faring very well….0-26 to be exact. That changed quick. Just two races into the 10-race road to the NASCAR Sprint Cup, O’s superstar is undefeated after claiming a resounding victory this past weekend at the Sylvania 200 NASCAR Cup Series race at New Hampshire Motor Speedway. His 41st total career Sprint Cup success and his third in New Hampshire came on the heels of his first win of the season at Chicagoland Speedway a mere six days ago.
Fresh out of the pit with less than a dozen laps to go Steve Wallace in the #66 car rocketed back onto the track to find drafting partner Michael Annett in the #62 car. The pair, who had been cruising among the middle of the field throughout the majority of the Subway Jalapeno 250 were suddenly dropping the competition like geezers in the slow lane.