Geoff and Brett Bodine both had a shot to win the inaugural Brickyard 400 in 1994, but a mid-race incident between the two ended Geoff's chances. NASCAR.com host Alan Cavanna sat down with the brothers to talk about that day and how it changed them.
Join Joe Menzer as he buckles up for a thrilling pace-car ride around Watkins Glen International with Brett Bodine .
Todd Bodine spins after battling four wide in the closing laps at Pocono.
Chris Buescher will pilot the No. 34 for the second straight week Play: NASCAR Fantasy Live RELATED: Entry list for Martinsville Three interim drivers in the NASCAR Sprint Cup Series will reprise their roles for the second straight race this weekend at Martinsville Speedway based on the entry list for the STP 500 (1 p.m. ET, FOX Sports 1). Brett Moffitt will drive the Michael Waltrip Racing No. 55 Toyota in place of Brian Vickers , who will miss the next three months of competition after doctors discovered a recurrence of blood clots last week. Vickers has resumed taking blood-thinning medication, which precludes him from racing. Moffitt, a developmental driver for MWR, is scheduled to make his 12th Sprint Cup start and his first in the premier series at Martinsville in Sunday's STP 500 . He finished 22nd Sunday at Auto Club Speedway . Chris Buescher , a NASCAR XFINITY Series regular, will return to the Front Row Motorsports No. 34 Ford for the second straight week. Buescher finished 20th in his Sprint Cup debut Sunday at Auto Club as a last-minute fill-in when Moffitt was named as Vickers' replacement. Front Row later confirmed Buescher's return to the No. 34 on Twitter. . @Chris_Buescher will return to the No. 34 for @MartinsvilleSwy weekend. pic.twitter.com/0viNgEUyTx — FrontRow Motorsports (@FrontRowNASCAR) March 23, 2015 Buescher ranks second in XFINITY Series standings, just five points behind series leader Ty Dillon . David Ragan will continue as interim driver of Joe Gibbs Racing 's No. 18 Toyota in place of the injured Kyle Busch , who suffered fractures of both legs in last month's XFINITY opener at Daytona International Speedway . With Busch out indefinitely, Ragan is scheduled to pilot the JGR No. 18 for the next several weeks before returning to his regular ride in the Front Row No. 34. MORE: READ: Latest NASCAR news PLAY: Sign up for Fantasy Live WATCH: Latest NASCAR video FOLLOW LIVE: Get RaceView today FULL SERIES COVERAGE • Latest news • Standings • Schedule
Contact between Cale Gale and Todd Bodine leads to a flat tire and contact with the wall for Todd Bodine .
Todd Bodine gets loose in Turn 3 and spins without causing major damage to his truck.
Todd Bodine clips Miguel Paludo as Paludo slows up to enter pit road.
Todd Bodine slams the wall hard exiting Turn 2, resulting in a trip to pit road to make repairs.
Todd Bodine slides up the track and hits Colin Braun, turning the No. 5 into Joey Coulter.
Last week's winner in Dover, Todd Bodine has early engine trouble in Texas.