2013 NASCAR Sprint Cup Series Top Performances

jimmiejohnson_6thchampionshipseason_19Jimmie Johnson Wins Sixth Championship; Gen-6 Cars Debut With Speed, Style

DAYTONA BEACH, Fla. (Dec. 19, 2013) – Jimmie Johnson took a giant step toward joining NASCAR’s pantheon of legends. And he did it in the NASCAR Sprint Cup Series™ Gen-6 race car, which made its debut in record-setting fashion. Continue reading “2013 NASCAR Sprint Cup Series Top Performances”

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NASCAR Cup Series 2013 Year In Review: 10th Place – Kurt Busch

kurt_busch_banquet_20132013 Year In Review: Kurt Busch

BY: Toby Christie – Follow him on Twitter @Tobalical

Photo Credit: Chris Graythen/NASCAR via Getty Images

*Editor’s note: We will be reviewing the seasons of the top-10 finishers in the 2013 NASCAR Sprint Cup Series point standings.*

Welcome back to relevance, Kurt Busch.

Although there has never been any question that Busch is one of the most talented people behind the wheel of a race car, his off track temper tantrums left him on the undesired list for every sponsor on Earth, which in turn kept him out of every desired car in the Series. Conversely it appeared Busch’s career was on the downward spiral. Continue reading “NASCAR Cup Series 2013 Year In Review: 10th Place – Kurt Busch”

Biffle Can Improve Chase Standing With Third Homestead Victory

Greg-Biffle-Michigan-NASCAR-2012-Thursday-testingGreg Biffle likely won’t rank this year’s Chase for the NASCAR Sprint Cup™ among his top racing memories. Biffle heads to the season finale ranked seventh in points. The Washington native, however, could reach the final NASCAR Sprint Cup Series top five with a victory in the Ford EcoBoost 400 – a race he won in 2004 and 2006 as a non-Chase qualifier. Sixteen different drivers have won during the 2013 season, one more than a year ago