LONG POND, Pa. — Kyle Busch evened the season score with Kevin Harvick on Sunday at Pocono Raceway, one week after the No. 4 had taken the advantage in New … Continue Reading Kyle Busch wins sixth race of 2018 at Pocono
Kyle Busch lit Pocono on fire on Saturday afternoon.
Superspeedway cars looking more beat up than 500 laps at Bristol is the new normal.
Pocono was the first true battle between these top three drivers, and at the end of the day, Truex, Jr. was on top. What’s great is that it could have gone any way, and that made Pocono a better race then it should have been.
LONG POND, Pa. — Martin Truex, Jr. was back in championship form on Sunday afternoon at Pocono Raceway, as he held on to win his second race of the 2018 … Continue Reading Truex, Jr. claims victory again in Pocono 400
Busch conquered the Tricky Triangle, the different aero package, and a trip through the field after a penalty to claim his 92nd career victory in the series, and his first of the 2018 season.
LONG POND, Pa. — The Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series, the NASCAR Xfinity Series, and the ARCA Racing Series presented by Menards are all scheduled to race this weekend at … Continue Reading Race Weekend Preview: Pocono Raceway
The Friday practice for the Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series was delayed due to rain and fog earlier in the morning.
Photos from the Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series race at Pocono Raceway on Friday, June 1, 2018.
With as good of a race that we had one week prior, it’s really unfortunate that we didn’t have the same in one of the marquee events of the season.
Melillo’s Mind: Monster Energy All Star Race Aero Package, Hall of Fame Review, and Indy 500 preview
The All-Star race was this past weekend, and was the primary showcase of a potential new aero package for the Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series in the future. Kevin Harvick … Continue Reading Melillo’s Mind: Monster Energy All Star Race Aero Package, Hall of Fame Review, and Indy 500 preview
Kevin Harvick is back on top of the NASCAR world after another dominating performance at “The Monster Mile”
Jimmie Johnson was the most recent to accomplish it in 2007. Jeff Gordon did it three times in the 1990’s. Multiple drivers, such as Petty, Pearson, Allison, Elliott, Waltrip, and Earnhardt, had all done it in the earlier years of the sport.