Justin Allgaier, driver of the No. 7 Brandt Chevrolet Camaro, was released from a local hospital Friday morning, following evaluation after a final-lap wreck in Thursday night’s Shady Rays 200 … Continue Reading Allgaier treated and released from hospital
NASCAR announced Wednesday (July 8) a new block of races for the 2020 schedule that will be between August 7 and August 30, consisting of races for the top three … Continue Reading NASCAR sets 2020 schedule through Cup Series regular-season finale weekend
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
“I dreamt about this last night and I can’t believe that I’m in victory lane. It’s crazy.”
“That was crazy. What an amazing car, first of all. What a pleasure to drive, I’m still driving it, honestly, I don’t want to leave.”
On Monday (June 29), NASCAR released a statement announcing that the annual Champion’s Week festivities in Nashville will not be occurring this year. The festivities were scheduled for December 3-5 … Continue Reading NASCAR Champion’s Week in Nashville canceled for 2020
“I knew we had the car. I was just maintaining my gap right there and didn’t want to make any mistakes like I did at Bristol and threw that win away. I just tried to work through the traffic as best I could and obviously Chris (Gabehart) is paying attention to strategy there and made the right call.”
“We finally did it. We’ve been close in the past. Menards was on our Tundra, Dupont and those guys do so much for us in our sport. That was a heck of a battle and I know it was fun to watch on TV. It was really fun for me there.”
“It is great to finally check Pocono off the list.”
On Tuesday afternoon (June 23), U.S. Attorney Jay E. Town, of the Northern District of Alabama, concluded in a statement that there was no hate crime committed during a reported … Continue Reading “No federal crime was committed”: U.S. Attorney Jay E. Town on Talladega noose incident
NASCAR announced Tuesday (June 9) that Homestead-Miami Speedway and Talladega Superspeedway will allow a limited number of guests to attend. At both the June 14 Dixie Vodka 400 at Homestead … Continue Reading NASCAR reveals plan to allow some spectators at Homestead and Talladega
NASCAR announced a new installment of races to the 2020 racing schedule, Thursday (June 4), for June 26 through August 2 at seven different venues. Pocono Raceway, Indianapolis Motor Speedway, … Continue Reading NASCAR Announces Upcoming Races Scheduled for the 2020 Season
Kyle Busch, Matt DiBenedetto, John Hunter Nemechek, and Jimmie Johnson are the focuses on what to watch for ahead of Sunday’s race at Bristol.
Ray Alfalla records 25th career eNASCAR iRacing victory at virtual Atlanta; snaps 25 race winless streak
It’s been 25 races since Alfalla’s last victory in the series, the season finale at Homestead-Miami Speedway back in 2018, when he won his fourth title.
Chase Elliott did something on Tuesday night that no driver has been able to do since the middle of the 2018 season… beat Kyle Busch in a NASCAR Gander RV and Outdoors Truck Series race.
By Reid Spencer NASCAR Wire Service In NASCAR’s new normal, with a Memorial Day race in a stretch of four national events in four days, Kyle Busch returned to … Continue Reading Kyle Busch wins Alsco 300 at Charlotte