The Michigan race weekend saw plenty of storylines on and off the track, ranging from Motor City's financial woes to Mark Martin's fuel mileage victory. Miss any of the action? Relive the best moments with The Last Lap.
Michigan polesitter Brian Vickers' Red Bull future is secure. But that doesn't mean that he or teammate Scott Speed will be in a Toyota in 2010. Lee Spencer has the inside scoop.
Wish you could see actual stock cars racing on the track? NASCAR could move a step closer to that reality in 2010, Lee Spencer says.
Brains and Braun
... because a few hours earlier on Saturday, Kyle Busch dominated the Michigan Camping World Truck Series race but lost the race to rising Roush Fenway star Colin Braun.
Ever have a case of déjà vu? NASCAR competitors at Kentucky Speedway did on Saturday as 19-year-old Joey Logano repeated as winner of the event, defending his first career Nationwide Series win. Meanwhile, second-place finisher Kyle Busch didn't have to look back too far to see a similar result ...
Let's make a deal
Will we see another foreign manufacturer competing in NASCAR in the future? With all the financial woes in Detroit, NASCAR Chairman Brian France said "We have companies that are interested."
GM's deep NASCAR cuts are chilling news, especially at Michigan, site of this weekend's racing. Lee Spencer analyzes the crisis.
Running on empty
While his teammate Mark Martin won his fuel gamble on Sunday, Jimmie Johnson simply ran out of steam despite leading 145 of 200 laps on race day. Still, the three-time champion found the bright side once the checkered flag fell. |
Making his Mark
Mark Martin was lucky to win on fuel mileage at Michigan. But don't be fooled; wisdom helped him find luck, Lee Spencer says.Related: Video highlights | Photos | Results