The NASCAR Next alum showed a level of poise and technical skill well beyond his years...
The Richard Childress Racing team stole the show.
Seven races remain on the NASCAR Nationwide Series schedule and the owner points championship looks to be a two-horse race as the season unwinds.
Chase Elliot and Regan Smith rank 1-2 in the driver standings.
The 18-year-old wunderkind has never competed at Atlanta Motor Speedway.
The upper echelon of the NASCAR Nationwide Series standings can be described with one word…tight.
Regan Smith holds the NASCAR Nationwide Series points lead, and has 10 times this year.
Elliott Sadler took the NASCAR Nationwide Series points lead last weekend at Kentucky.
At this point last year, the driver of the No. 20 Joe Gibbs Racing Toyota Camry had won three times in his first season with the organization.
The second-generation driver has accumulated 134 wins in all three NASCAR national series.
Another win would shock few.
In five starts at Iowa, Bayne has posted one win (2013), two top fives and three top 10s.
Sam Hornish Jr. started from pole position and finished 5th in his first Nationwide start of the 2014 season at Talladega.
For Dale Earnhardt Jr. the car owner, a NASCAR Nationwide Series title would be a perfect cap to the 2014 season.
Wrap up comments about NASCAR races in that weekend in Fontana.
The major change to qualifying can only be good for the sport.
Can Chase Elliott hit the expectations of his new Nationwide team?
Buescher indicated that a large part of his decision to switch teams involved RAB Racing's strong ties to Toyota and the Toyota Racing Development engine program.
Charlotte might have fireworks in tonight's NASCAR Sprint Cup race but not the type that is usually in the sky!
Earnhardt Ganassi Racing has cut a deal with Phoenix Racing for Kyle Larson to make his Sprint Cup debut in the No. 51 Chevrolet at Charlotte.
More on the fallout from the Richmond race with changes effective immediately, and some to come later.
With the move by Mark Martin to the SHR No. 14 Chevrolet, Brian Vickers steps up to the plate earlier than expected in the No. 55 MWR Toyota.