Kevin Harvick (497) is the next driver on the all-time stage points list who could mathematically hit the mark by earning three or more points next Saturday night at Daytona International Speedway.
All three drivers have 18 career wins apiece. The mark ties them for seventh all-time
Aric Almirola and Austin Dillon led more laps in a Cup Series race Sunday than in the last several years of their careers. In total, Almirola lead four times for … Continue Reading Almirola, Dillon lead double-digits laps for first time in multiple seasons
One man’s misfortune is another’s gain. Brett Moffitt took the checkered flag in the Friday night in the Overton’s 225 at Chicagoland Speedway, passing John Hunter Nemechek on the last … Continue Reading Last-lap pass nets Moffitt victory at Chicagoland
The only drivers who have started every race this year but have yet to score stage points in 2018 are Matt DiBenedetto and Gray Gaulding.
A deflated A.J. Allmendinger stood in the garage area at Sonoma Raceway Sunday, knowing a strong day was wiped away because of driver error. Allmendinger started fifth in the Toyota/Save … Continue Reading Allmendinger on Sonoma DNF: ‘It’s on me’
“…I’ve dreamt of this my whole life,” Haley said.
Three-time series champion Cale Yarborough holds the record for the most wins on Father’s Day at four. 1988 champion Bill Elliott has the second-most wins at three.
Larson has earned 107 total stage points, the ninth-most among the competition.
Martin Truex Jr., Clint Bowyer and Ryan Blaney earned their 100th stage point of 2018 with their top-10 showings in the first two stages of the Pocono 400 Sunday. Altogether, … Continue Reading 3 drivers hit 100 stage point mark at Pocono
“We just needed to handle good and I needed to hit a good lap.”
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In total, 15 drivers have won at least one stage since 2017. Martin Truex Jr. has won the most stages all-time (21), and Busch is second overall.
“What an opportunity to be here today,” Truex said.
The team plans on utilizing the same racecar David Gilliland drove to a 14th-place effort in the 2018 Daytona 500.
“I just don’t want to undermine the No. 00 and Jeffery’s effort by any means.”