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.
By Dominic Aragon and Matt Courson May 27, 2018 CONCORD, N.C.—Kyle Busch claimed victory in the Coca-Cola 600 Sunday night at Charlotte Motor Speedway, leading the final 225 of 227 … Continue Reading Kyle Busch puts on a clinic at Coca-Cola 600
CONCORD, N.C.—Kevin Harvick’s string of consecutive victories came to an end Sunday at Charlotte Motor Speedway in the Coca-Cola 600. While entering Turn 3 on lap 85, Harvick’s racecar … Continue Reading Kevin Harvick takes early exit in Coca-Cola 600
“If we do everything right we’re going to have a shot to win.”
“What an opportunity to be here today,” Truex said.
Harvick led the final 11 laps, holding off Daniel Suarez and Joey Logano on the final restart with two laps to go to earn his second All-Star Victory. “We … Continue Reading Harvick wins second All-Star race
CONCORD, N.C.—Friday afternoon, Jeff Gordon, William Byron and NASCAR artist Sam Bass walked into the Charlotte Motor Speedway Media Center with a big smile on their faces. As they approached … Continue Reading Gordon, Byron comment on Darlington throwback scheme
“I wasn’t planning on doing a whole lot of NASCAR this year, but, obviously, when the opportunity arises and when my dad needs a driver, I’m not going to say no by any means.”
The team plans on utilizing the same racecar David Gilliland drove to a 14th-place effort in the 2018 Daytona 500.
“I know Larson was a little bit loose right there,” Busch said. “It seemed like he was over driving and trying to hold the bottom, but he was slipping out of the bottom and I got a huge run on him and got to him and it was just on.”
BRISTOL, Tenn.—For the first time since last Fall at Dover, Hendrick Motorsports placed two cars inside the top five. Teammates Jimmie Johnson and Alex Bowman both finished among the top … Continue Reading Jimmie Johnson, Alex Bowman post best finishes of season
FORT WORTH—Chase Elliott’s streak of top 10 finishes at Texas Motor Speedway came to an end on Sunday in the O’Reilly Auto Parts 500. Elliott finished in 11th, his lowest … Continue Reading Elliott snaps top-10 streak at Texas
“We’re underdogs in this deal and just like today, we were unable to buy tires all weekend, weren’t able to practice because it cost money,” Sorenson said.
“I just don’t want to undermine the No. 00 and Jeffery’s effort by any means.”
“They (BK Racing) plan on me for running a full season,” Gaulding said. “Short term, long term, whatever you call it, but I’ll be in the No. 23 car when we get to Atlanta.”
“We’re looking for funded drivers for next year,” Cope said.