Couldn't keep up with all the NASCAR action at Infineon Raceway and The Milwaukee Mile this weekend? From all the big winers to the action off the racetrack, we've got the inside scoop with The Last Lap.
Time to celebrate
It's been a rough few weeks for Kevin Harvick Inc. and driver Ron Hornaday Jr., especially after General Motors announced it was cutting support to all Camping World Truck Series teams. But on his 51st birthday, Hornaday was able to celebrate by cruising into Victory Lane.
Back on top
It was deja vu all over again at The Milwaukee Mile for the Nationwide Series. For the second straight year, Carl Edwards made his way from Infineon to Milwaukee and found his way to Victory Lane. "Carl got to do a backflip," team owner Jack Roush said. "How do you get any better than that?"
With the latest budget cuts, Cup owners will reassess every penny spent. Lee Spencer looks at which changes are coming.
Making a list
Brad Keselowski's Sprint Cup and Nationwide success this season has made him the blue chip driver on the market. But where will he end up in 2010? Team owner Rick Hendrick has a few ideas | Tony Stewart open to adding a third team.
Back in the Chase
Prerace favorite Juan Pablo Montoya fell short of victory at Infineon Raceway, but one look at the championship standings says he should feel like the big winner coming out of this weekend.
Found that feeling
It's been a tough year for Kasey Kahne and Richard Petty Motorsports, but at Infineon they learned how to win. Lee Spencer looks at how this team discovered the way to Victory Lane.Related: Results | Photos | Video highlights