NASCAR on Tuesday banned the use of cool-down laps during its new knockout qualifying procedures – a practice which has raised safety concerns among some participants.
Reid Spencer of the NASCAR Wire Service and CineSport's Brian Clark discuss Dale Earnhardt Jr.'s fuel gamble that allowed Brad Keselowski to claim victory at Las Vegas Motor Speedway Sunday.
NASCAR Sprint Cup Series at Las Vegas Rewind: It appeared Danica Patrick may have been primed for one of her better NASCAR performances. But in Sundays race she quickly fell back in the field.
Dale Earnhardt Jr. ran out of fuel and just missed out on his second victory in the first three races of the 2014 Sprint Cup Series season.
Brad Keselowski, who won his first Sprint Cup Series championship in 2012 but missed the Chase last year, is all-but guaranteed a spot in this seasons Chase with a stunning victory in Sundays Kobalt Tools 400 at Las Vegas Motor Speedway.
Not only did Brad Keselowski need to spend the final laps of Saturdays NASCAR Nationwide Series race at Las Vegas fending off Kyle Busch for the victory, but he had to do so while nursing a bad battery in his No.22 Ford.
NASCAR Sprint Cup Series: Officials will continue to evaluate NASCARs new knock out qualifying procedures, which have drawn almost universal praise but also have raised some potential safety concerns.
NASCAR Sprint Cup Series: It’s possible that Matt Kenseth and his Joe Gibbs Racing teammates might have their signals crossed heading into Sunday’s Kobalt Tools 400 at Las Vegas Motor Speedway – at least when it comes to qualifying.
Kyle Busch and Dylan Kwasniewski, both Las Vegas natives, wrecked in separate Nationwide Series practice sessions Friday at Las Vegas Motor Speedway.
NASCAR Sprint Cup: Penske Racings Joey Logano and Brad Keselowski to start 1-2 in Kobalt Tools 400 at Las Vegas Motor Speedway.