Clint Bowyer: Indianapolis Race Preview

Indianapolis Motor Speedway is a track steeped in tradition. The track officially opened in June 1909 with balloon races followed by motorcycle and automobile races later that year. A stamp cost two cents, a gallon of gas six cents and Yale University was the NCAA champion in football at that time.

David Ragan: Michigan II Race Preview

Like most in the NASCAR Sprint Cup Series, David Ragan doesnít know what to expect with a new aerodynamic package in Sundayís 400-mile race at Michigan International Speedway. But, he has some ideas.

Clint Bowyer: Watkins Glen Race Preview

Heís a kid from Emporia, Kan., who grew up racing motorcycles and sliding around dirt tracks. So itís somewhat interesting that road course racing has proven to be one of Clint Bowyerís strong suits since joining the NASCAR Sprint Cup Series.

David Ragan: Watkins Glen Race Preview

When the NASCAR Sprint Cup Series holds its second and final road course race of the season this weekend at Watkins Glen (N.Y) International, No. 55 Aaronís Dream Machine driver David Ragan hopes his Toyota will be as fast in New York as it was in California in June.

Clint Bowyer: Pocono II Race Preview

You donít have to be a mathematician to understand Pocono Raceway but it couldnít hurt. The 2.5-mile track, nestled in the mountains of Pennsylvania, is certainly atypical. Itís the only non-road-course track without a turn 4.