CHARLOTTE, N. C. –Polesitter Denny Hamlin, held off Kevin Harvick to win Saturday night’s Sprint Cup All-Star race, and collected the top prize of one-million dollars, despite not have the fastest car.
Jimmie Johnson and his team used confidence and luck to win the rain-delayed Kansas Sprint Cup race, his third victory of the season.
TALLADEGA, Ala.—The fans at Talladega received the best possible news last Sunday afternoon. Their favorite driver was back in victory lane.
RICHMOND, Vir.—Kurt Busch has made the 2015 Sprint Cup Chase.
BRISTOL, Tenn.—Matt Kenseth and his team outlasted rain, four red flag periods, and a slew of wrecks, to win Sunday’s Sprint Cup race that lasted over ten hours, and consisted of 511 laps around the .54-mile track.
FT. WORTH, Tex.—Six-time NASCAR Sprint Cup champion Jimmy Johnson passed Kevin Harvick for the lead on lap 322 of Saturday night’s 334-lap Texas Cup race, then held on for his fifth series win at the track.
During each weekly press conference, Danica Patrick talks about how improved her No. 10 Stewart-Haas racing team is. If you compare her seventh-place Martinsville finish against the previous 2015 finishes of 25th, 16th, 27th, 26th, 19th, there was a great improvement, but only for that one race.
MARTINSVILLE, Vir.—Denny Hamlin ended a 31-race winless streak as he held off a hard-charging Brad Keselowski to win Sunday’s Sprint Cup race by less than two-tenths of a second.