Finishing off one of the most remarkable comebacks in NASCAR history—indeed, in the annals of sport—Kyle Busch won Sunday’s Ford EcoBoost 400 at Homestead-Miami Speedway and, with it, his first NASCAR Sprint Cup Series championship.
FORT WORTH, Texas—For Jimmie Johnson, it was business as usual in Cowtown.
On Sunday, the six-time NASCAR Sprint Cup Series champion completed a sweep of this year’s Texas Motor Speedway races, powering past hapless Brad Keselowski with three laps left to win the AAA Texas 500 for the fourth straight year.
Martinsville 2, en plein coeur du chase, fût le théâtre d'un grand n'importe quoi, avec des éléments qui commençaient à mettre en porte-à-faux la NASCAR, Henton et O' Donnell en particulier. Ces évènements mirent à mal la crédibilité de la NASCAR, celle c- se devant d'intervenir. Résumé des sanctions (Encore un peu légère nous trouvons, ici, à la rédac pour Kenseth):
By Reid Spencer (An official Nascarmedia release)
Yes, Jeff Gordon celebrated his 93rd career victory in the Goody’s Headache Relief Shot 500 at Martinsville Speedway.
Yes, Gordon will compete for the NASCAR Sprint Cup Series championship in the season finale at Homestead-Miami Speedway.
Yes, there were tears of joy in Victory Lane for Gordon, who's at the tail end of his final season in the No. 24 Hendrick Motorsports Chevrolet.
But Sunday’s race at Martinsville had so much more -- most notably, "Matt Kenseth’s Revenge."