The final battle for the NASCAR Sprint Cup Series’ Coca-Cola 600 marathon at Charlotte Motor Speedway came down to wire between Kevin Harvick and Kasey Kahne. Kurt Busch was third.
Denny Hamlin snags the NASCAR Sprint Cup Series Coca-Cola 600 pole in his Joe Gibbs Racing Toyota. Kurt Busch turned in the second-fastest qualifying time.
With thoughts on fallen warriors, Kurt Busch ready to contend in NASCAR’s Memorial Day weekend classic
The rookie in the NASCAR Sprint Cup Series will take on the 600 race for the first time at Charlotte Motor Speedway
Jimmie Johnson: Our house is a very, very, very fine house
Tony Stewart: Another day at the office
Martin Truex Jr. has much to gain this weekend in the Coke 600 in Charlotte
Marcos Ambrose looks for speed and good luck in series' longest race
No. 43 Air Force Ford team hope to repeat top-starting spot
Ragan stresses preparedness in approach to Charlotte 600
Drivers focuses on ability to adapt to change over 600 miles
Richard Childress Racing teammates Jeff Burton and Paul Menard participated in the Sprint Showdown finishing third and fourth, respectively. Kevin Harvick competed in the NASCAR Sprint All-Star Race, capturing an 11th place result.
Danica Patrick won the Sprint Fan Vote to gain entrance into her first NASCAR All-Star race.
The 14th-place finish was Tony Stewart’s 13th top-15 result in 15 career All-Star Races.
“We battled a lack of grip, a lack of track position and handling issues all night,” said Ryan Newman.
Once again Jimmie Johnson know how to take the big wins even when he has to come from behind!
The NASCAR Sprint All-Star event does not add points for the championship chase but the pay-off is the goal!
Over the past year, Kurt Busch has worked with the Armed Forces Foundation.
Aric Almirola: "Our goal is to win the Sprint Showdown and race for the win in the All-Star Race."
Tony Stewart: All-Star hierarchy
Speed thrills: NASCAR Sprint All-Star Race week unlike any in all of sports
No. 43 Smithfield Ford team fast at Charlotte Motor Speedway
Bring back the trophy or the steering wheel
NASCAR looks for ways of giving the fans what they paid to see, and waiting for a track to dry is not good for the sport.