Crazy 8s: 8 Different Winners In Past 8 Richmond Races
Parity has been the pattern recently at Richmond International Raceway. Eight different drivers have won the last eight races at the Northern Virginia short track – the second-longest streak at an active NASCAR Sprint Cup Series course (Darlington boasts a streak of 10). Continue reading “8 Different Winners In Past 8 NASCAR Richmond Races”
Nine different drivers have won the last nine races at Sonoma.
Maybe even more noteworthy: For the last seven of those winners, it was the first NASCAR Sprint Cup Series road-course win of their careers.
Of course, that begs the following question: Who can make it 10-for-10 … and better yet, 8-for-8. Continue reading “9 Races, 9 Different Sonoma Winners – Who Will Make It A Perfect 10?”
There are three two-time winners in the NASCAR Sprint Cup Series thus far this year – Johnson, Kevin Harvick and Joey Logano. This is certainly what could be called “preferred status” as all three have almost certainly clinched spots in the 16-driver Chase for the NASCAR Sprint Cup, NASCAR’s ‘playoffs” that are contested over the final 10 races of the season. Continue reading “Three Two Time Cup Series Winners, Preferred Status”
June 2, 2014
By Reid Spencer
NASCAR Wire Service
There are 13 places left in NASCAR’s high-stakes game of musical chairs, and each week, one of those chairs will be removed from the game.
We’re at the halfway point of the NASCAR Sprint Cup Series “regular” season. The first 13 races have produced 10 different winners and three two-time winners: Kevin Harvick, Joey Logano and Jimmie Johnson. Continue reading “Ten drivers have won races, prompting question of ‘Who’s Next?’”