Hendrick Motorsports announced Wednesday morning that seven-time Jimmie Johnson has been cleared to return to NASCAR Cup Series competition. Johnson will drive his no. 48 Ally Chevrolet Camaro ZL1 1LE … Continue Reading Jimmie Johnson cleared to return to NASCAR competition
In an unexpected substitute role, driving the No. 48 Ally Chevrolet for Hendrick Motorsports on Sunday afternoon, Justin Allgaier’s day was ended early at Indianapolis Motor Speedway. Allgaier, filling in … Continue Reading Early exit for Allgaier after pit road pandemonium
Denny Hamlin’s win in Sunday (June 28)’s Pocono 350 was his fourth of 2020 and 41st in his career, breaking a tie with Hall of Fame inductee Mark Martin on … Continue Reading Denny Hamlin passes Mark Martin on all-time Cup wins list
For Tyler Reddick, Homestead-Miami Speedway is not only where Reddick clinched his two NASCAR Xfinity Series titles in 2018 and 2019, but it is now where his best Cup Series … Continue Reading Reddick impresses at Homestead with best career Cup Series finish
Kurt Busch’s sixth-place finish in Sunday’s Folds of Honor Quik Trip 500 was a hard-fought effort from the very start for the 2004 Cup champion. Busch was set to start … Continue Reading Kurt Busch earns top 10 finish after lap 1 penalty at Atlanta
With Kevin Harvick’s 11th-place finish in Sunday’s Supermarket Heroes 500 at Bristol, the 2014 Cup champion’s streak of consecutive top 10 finishes came to a close. Harvick’s top 10 streak … Continue Reading Harvick’s Longest Top 10 Streak Comes to an End at Bristol
A lack of experience was no problem for no. 21 Zane Smith who finished third Tuesday night in his first NASCAR national series start at Charlotte Motor Speedway. Smith’s first … Continue Reading Smith claims third place in first Charlotte NASCAR race
NASCAR announced Monday night that Ryan Newman has been medically cleared to race once racing resumes. The 2008 Daytona 500 champion has sidelined due to a severe crash on the … Continue Reading Ryan Newman medically cleared by NASCAR to race
Chip Ganassi Racing announced Monday morning that Matt Kenseth will be replacing Kyle Larson in the no. 42 Chip Ganassi Racing Chevrolet for the rest of the 2020 NASCAR Cup … Continue Reading Matt Kenseth to the 42 for the rest of 2020
“I cannot believe it,” Botelho said to Podium eSports in the post-race interview. “I was shaking on that last lap. I cannot express my emotions right now. I am so excited and that was a hell of a race. It’s awesome.”
Roush Fenway Racing provided an update on the condition of Ryan Newman Tuesday afternoon (Feb. 18). “Ryan Newman remains under the care of doctors at Halifax Medical Center in Daytona … Continue Reading Update on Ryan Newman
In this edition, we will cover Richard Childress Racing and its close affiliate team, Germain Racing. We are aiming to have all previews done in time for February 16’s Daytona … Continue Reading 2020 NASCAR preview: RCR & Germain Racing
In 2014, Kyle Larson came into the NASCAR Cup Series with high expectations and when 2017 turned out to be his much-anticipated breakthrough year, many wondered about what greatness he … Continue Reading 2020 Ganassi Racing NASCAR preview: Kyle Larson
2020 will mark Busch’s second season driving for Chip Ganassi Racing in NASCAR’s premier series. Busch’s final points position may read 13th and an early out in the Playoffs, but … Continue Reading 2020 Ganassi Racing NASCAR preview: Kurt Busch
“Everybody always says you never give up, and we’re no different,” Busch said.
Dubbed the Xfinity Series “Big 3” in 2019, the battle between them doesn’t end on Saturday night. All three will compete for the 2020 Cup Series Rookie-of-the-Year honors.