NASCAR Truck Series team owner/driver Joe Nemechek would not mind competing in the Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series if the opportunity arose. The days of his team, NEMCO Motorsports, fielding … Continue Reading Nemechek open to running in Cup Series
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Collectively, Nemechek drove the No. 8 Chevrolet Truck to its ninth top-10 finish in 14 races this season.
“It’s a great team to be a part of,” Wallace said. “Family-oriented sport, family-oriented team, so we have a blast each and every weekend at the racetrack, away from the racetrack.”
Absent from the list are Kyle Busch and Martin Truex Jr., who have combined to score nine wins this season.
“I feel a lot more confident now going to my next Cup race, that’s a good thing,” Little said of his run at Kentucky. “I don’t know when it’ll be, I hope it’s soon, but we’ll see.”
The 2003 champion is coming off a 15th-place finish at New Hampshire Motor Speedway Sunday.
Elliott posted a top-five finish and stage win at New Hampshire.
Kevin Harvick now leads all drivers in playoff points earned through the Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series season with his victory in the Foxwoods Resort Casino 301. Harvick, who moved … Continue Reading Big 3 lead field in playoff points
“These races are hard to win,” Harvick said.
Martin Truex leads all drivers with 592 career stage points. Kyle Busch has earned the second most at 583 and Kyle Larson has the third most at 528.
Kevin Harvick, Brad Keselowski and Kyle Busch round out the top-five starters.
“We avoided the wrecks, we got a little bit of damage, but nothing too bad,” Earnhardt said.
“I think there’s probably 25 that legitimately have the skill set, have the car that is capable to do it.”
Elliott posted the fastest lap time in both rounds, posting a lap time of 46.381 (194.045 mph) to propel his No. 9 Hendrick Motorsports Chevrolet to the top starting position.