Carl Edwards had his best run of the 2015 season going at Bristol until he got loose under Jeff Gordon with five laps remaining in regulation. He slapped the wall and was collected by Kurt Busch to sustain significant damage. He was running at the end, but lost four laps and finished 24th.
Carl Edwards finally got his elusive first top-10 of the season with a 10th in the Duck Commander 500 at Texas Motor Speedway.
Carl Edwards is still searching to find a rhythm with his new team. In six starts this season, he has not yet earned a single top-10.
Carl Edwards got loose off turn four and slammed the outside wall with less than five minutes remaining in the first practice session. He will be forced to roll out a backup car.
Carl Edwards earned his best career finish in the Sprint Unlimited with his third-place Saturday night. His previous best result was a seventh in the 2009 edition of this race.
In eight previous Sprint Unlimited appearances, Carl Edwards has recorded a best finish of seventh in 2009. With a new team, he hopes to get his first top-five on Saturday night.
Joe Gibbs Racing (JGR) announces today crew chief assignments for each of its four 2015 NASCAR Sprint Cup Series.
Goodyear officials have schedule a tire test for Tuesday and Wednesday, Dec. 9-10 at the 1.5-mile Charlotte Motor Speedway, with representatives from each of the three auto manufacturers scheduled to participate.
Carl Edwards has the best overall record at Homestead and could be one of this week’s sleepers to win the Ford EcoBoost 400. He has never finished outside the top 15 and 70 percent of his starts ended in top-10s.
Carl Edwards has been one of the more consistent drivers in recent weeks and he scored another top-20 at Phoenix. He was 15th when the checkers waved over the Quicken Loans Race for Heroes 500k.
Carl Edwards has earned three top-10s in the last seven races at Phoenix and that has improved his average finish to 12.6 in that span.
Along with second-place Kevin Harvick and third-place Brad Keselowski, Carl Edwards was a beneficiary of the topsy-turvy AAA Texas 500. His ninth-place finish brought him to within one point of the elimination bubble. The difference between first in the points and eighth currently stands at 19 points.
Carl Edwards posted the fastest single lap in the second practice session for the AAA Texas 500. His top lap was a 196.342 mph.
Carl Edwards has a nine-race, top-20 streak on this track type with all but three of those results ending in top-10s.