“I knew we were probably in a good spot staying out there,” Custer said. “It was a great pit call by Mike (Shiplett) to stay out. It is all about track position here. Whatever you can do on strategy and pit stops to get track position, it is what you need to do.”
By Dominic Aragon and Chris Salazar LAS VEGAS — Tyler Reddick has tied past series champions Clint Bowyer and Ricky Stenhouse Jr. among others on the series’ all-time wins list. … Continue Reading Tyler Reddick ties Bowyer, Stenhouse on Xfinity Series wins list
LAS VEGAS — Elliott Sadler’s driving career in NASCAR has concluded. Sadler, a four-time championship runner up, concluded his professional motorsports career with his final start in the NASCAR Xfinity … Continue Reading Top-10 finish for Elliott Sadler in final start
LAS VEGAS — Cole Custer won the pole for the Rhino Pro Truck Outfitters 300 Saturday at Las Vegas Motor Speedway with a lap time of 29.773 seconds (181.372 mph). … Continue Reading Cole Custer on pole for Xfinity Las Vegas race
DARLINGTON, S.C. — Denny Hamlin parked it on the start-finish line, having just completed a victory burnout in a backup car, but the center of attention remained just beyond that … Continue Reading Dale Jr. finishes fifth in one-off Xfinity Series return at Darlington
DARLINGTON, S.C. — Twenty minutes before his anticipated 12:10 p.m. media availability Friday, a pack of reporters and cameras crammed outside Dale Earnhardt Jr.’s toter. At noon, shoulder space became … Continue Reading Dale Jr., recovering from plane crash, set for NASCAR return at Darlington
Tyler Reddick had about everything go wrong for him on Saturday at Bristol Motor Speedway, yet he still ended up in victory lane.
“I didn’t know if he was gonna shove me back again into Turn 1,” Cindric said. “So, I adjusted my brake bias getting ready for it and trying to be as prepared as possible, because I knew if we were able to get to the bus stop, which was my car’s strength all day and my strength all weekend, if I was able to get to there, we were gonna be home sailing.”
Earlier in March, the 2020 Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series schedule was announced, with Pocono Raceway featuring a doubleheader weekend, the first of it’s kind in the top levels of NASCAR in the modern era.
Christopher Bell is now tied for 24th all-time on the NASCAR Xfinity Series wins list. Bell’s victory Saturday (July 20) in the Roxor 200 at New Hampshire Motor Speedway netted … Continue Reading Christopher Bell ties three drivers on NXS wins list
Bell led 186 laps on the day, including 153 laps straight, which enveloped the entirety of the final stage.
Cole Custer’s victory in the Alsco 300 Friday night (July 12) at Kentucky Speedway tied the driver with Ryan Blaney and Ryan Newman with seven total wins in the NASCAR … Continue Reading Cole Custer ties Ryan Blaney, Ryan Newman on NXS wins list
Four drivers netted career-high finishes in the NASCAR Xfinity Series Friday (July 5) at Daytona International Speedway. Justin Haley, Brandon Brown, Matt Mills and Vinnie Miller all posted their highest … Continue Reading 4 drivers post career-best finishes at Daytona
To me, these are three things that, if they aren’t getting coverage, should be on everyone’s minds as we head into Chicagoland Speedway this weekend.
By Jonathan Fjeld NEWTON, Iowa — Ryan Repko, Joe Graf Jr., and H2 Motorsports each made their Xfinity Series debut Sunday in the CircuitCity.com 250. Graf Jr., who sits fifth … Continue Reading Repko, Graf Jr., and H2 Motorsports debut in the Xfinity Series
By Jonathan Fjeld NEWTON, Iowa — Christopher Bell emerged victorious in Sunday’s CircuitCity.com 250 at Iowa Speedway. Bell won over Cole Custer by 1.756 seconds to claim his fourth victory … Continue Reading Christopher Bell wins the CircuitCity.com 250; full race recap