Richard Childress Racing

Matty’s Picks: Vol. 25 – Martinsville – October 30, 2011

What more fitting of a facility than Martinsville Speedway to travel to on this Halloween weekend. Martinsville Speedway has been known to create some very wild and down-right ere finishes.

Jeff Gordon and Trevor Bayne Provide the Fireworks at Talladega

Clint Bowyer claimed the victory at Talladega and Richard Childress Racing captured its 100th Sprint Cup win. The real drama of the race, however, was provided by Trevor Bayne and Jeff Gordon.

Matty’s Picks: Vol. 23 – Talladega – October 23, 2011

Let’s roll the dice again this weekend and head to the Yellowhammer State (no clue as to what that means) for the second and final time of this 2011 NASCAR Sprint Cup Series season.

Kyle Busch Spanks Truck Field at New Hampshire

Kyle Busch, driving the No. 18 Toyota/Traxxas Toyota, spanked the NASCAR Camping World Truck Series with a dominant win in the 16th annual running of the F. W. Webb 175 at New Hampshire Motor Speedway.

Max Gresham and Ty Dillon Make Up Front Row For Pennsylvania ARCA 125

Max Gresham captured the pole on Friday for the ARCA Racing Series presented by Menards Pennsylvania ARCA 125 at Pocono Raceway with a lap of 53.535 seconds.

A Future Begins At The Track of Dreams

The brickyard has long been known as the place of dreams. It didn’t change today. Today it saw a young man who has struggled and fought the naysayers to chase his dream.

Clint Bowyer Has One Word for 200th Career Start: Pride

Clint Bowyer, driver of the No. 33 Cheerios/Hamburger Helper Chevrolet for Richard Childress Racing, is set to mark a milestone in his career.

NASCAR Top-10 Power Rankings: Michigan

Carl Edwards: Edwards led 30 laps at Michigan and finished fifth, earning his series-best eighth top-5 result of the year.

Surprising and Not Surprising: Heluva Good! Sour Cream Dips 400

From oil pan issues for the cars of Joe Gibbs Racing to the end of probation for driver rivals Kyle Busch and Kevin Harvick, the Irish hills of Michigan once again saw plenty of action for the NASCAR Sprint Cup Series.

Kyle Busch: Not New, Not Old, Just Distracted

At the beginning of the season, all the talk was about the new Kyle Busch, the driver who was more mature, calculated on the track, and more accessible off the track even after a bad run.

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