The New Hampshire race weekend saw plenty of storylines on and off the track, running the gamut from Joey Logano's becoming the youngest Cup winner in history to changes coming in the Nationwide Series. Miss any of the action? Relive the best moments with The Last Lap.
Double-file restarts have become a big hit in the Sprint Cup Series, so NASCAR decided to take the show Nationwide.
Here's the deal
Have you heard the rumors about Danica Patrick joining NASCAR? Former IndyCar Series race winner Juan Pablo Montoya has, and he has a little bit of advice for the open-wheel superstar before she decides her future.
A new perspective
Back issues have been plaguing Jeff Gordon throughout this year, but it hasn't been all negative. The four-time Cup champion has discovered a positive that has come out of the problem, and it may help him win another title.
Capture the flag
Kyle Busch figured out a way to win again in NASCAR's Nationwide Series. After two straight frustrating runner-up finishes, Busch found a way past his teammate Joey Logano to claim victory in the Camping World 200 on Saturday.
Double the fun
Ron Hornaday Jr. is officially on a roll. Just days after dominating the Camping World Truck Series field at Milwaukee, he repeated the feat in Memphis.
Tempers are running high after the New Hampshire weekend, particularly for eight drivers involved in a midrace wreck. Wondering what's got everybody in a tizzy? Get the inside scoop.
Sometimes the final outcome doesn't tell the whole story. Sure, the New Hampshire Cup race results show Dale Earnhardt Jr. finished 13th, but he ran well throughout Sunday's race and he feels positive after the weekend. Check out what he had to say
Joey Logano barely missed a big crash, spun out late ... and won his first career race in a rain-shortened Lenox Industrial Tools 301. It's just another wacky finish in an unpredictable season, but drivers aren't complaining, Lee Spencer says.Related: Results | Video highlights | Photos