Sunday's race produced the best moment of racing seen in 2017. And it also produced the most awkward finish thanks to NASCAR's OT line rule.
The race produced 16 lead changes. The most lead changes in any of the five previous Xfinity races at Indianapolis was nine.
The sponsor synergy of a falling sandwich of the spotter for the Jimmy John's team is too good to ignore.
Busch said he had a car secured for the famous May race but the opportunity was squashed by his boss -- and left it open as to which boss he or she was.
Remember the 2015 brawl East Mississippi Community College was involved in? The punishments for the fight carried over into the first game of 2016.
Frantz publicly said he was gay last week after informing his teammates during a team-building exercise in 2016.
Thinking Kenseth was heading to Hendrick Motorsports in 2018? Think again, based off his comments Monday night.
Drivers weren't unanimous in their opinions on how the traction compound applied to the corners affected the racing on Sunday.
Larson started last for the second-straight week because of qualifying inspection issues. And finished second for the second-straight week.