Miss any of the action this weekend at Chicagoland Speedway? There was a little bit of everything from a 19-year-old to a 50-year-old both winning races and all that's in between (including more from the Jeremy Mayfield saga). Get up to speed with The Last Lap.
It's all good
Tony Stewart has been Goodyear's toughest critic in past years so imagine the sighs of relief exhaled when he said the tiremaker fixed the problems that plagued last year's Sprint Cup race at Indianapolis Motor Speedway.
Time for something new?
What would it take to get Dale Earnhardt Jr. to compete in the "Greatest Spectacle in Racing?" It may sound far fetched, but find out what could get him to race in the Indianapolis 500.
Battle of the stars
Is there a new rivalry in the making? Tony Stewart said everything was cool between him and Kyle Busch after their last-lap crash at Daytona a week ago, but Kyle had different ideas. Of course, with the self-described "pathetic" season he's had had in 2009, Busch may just be frustrated.
The saga continues ...
It was another week where Jeremy Mayfield was nowhere to be found at the track, but he dominated the headlines anyway. Just more than a week after a judge lifted his suspension, drug testing experts are weighing in that he may have a case, but it will all be for naught if he is forced to sell his team. The final twist may only be hours away, as results from a new batch of Mayfield drug tests are coming soon.
After 12 years of working with Dale Earnhardt Jr., Tony Eury Jr. returned to the track as a new man with a new team. Lee Spencer looks at his return.
He's a gamer
So maybe Joey Logano is the real deal after all. The 19-year-old driver outdueled his Joe Gibbs Racing teammate Kyle Busch to the finish line, scoring his third Nationwide win of the season.
Dude, where's my car?
The No. 1 hauler is a little lighter on its journey home. Following Martin Truex Jr.'s 16th-place run Saturday night, NASCAR officials inspected and then confiscated his ride. What gives? Check out what they found after the race.
Leaving his Mark
Mark Martin put a smackdown on the field Saturday night, leading 195 of 267 laps a record for the Chicagoland track. But he needed a little bit of help from a teammate to party through the night at Chicagoland. Still, as Lee Spencer found out, Martin's not letting off the gas any time soon.Related: Results | Photos | Video