Seven-time NASCAR Cup champion Jimmie Johnson announced Tuesday that he would be retiring at the conclusion of the 2020 Cup season. Johnson made the announcement on social media that 2020 … Continue Reading Johnson to retire after the 2020 Cup season
Kyle Busch’s win in Sunday’s Ford EcoBoost 400 at Homestead-Miami Speedway not only led to his second NASCAR Cup title but it also led to the 2010s going down in … Continue Reading The 2010s: A historic decade in NASCAR Cup champion numerology
“I was in the Peak Series, I think seven years ago, so it’s been a while. It feels good to be competitive, and feel like I’ve got my mojo back. I want everybody to know that the bright yellow day-glow car is here to fight.”
“Everybody always says you never give up, and we’re no different,” Busch said.
HOMESTEAD, Fla. — Kyle Busch has joined what only 15 others have been able to do in NASCAR’s elite series. Busch’s victory Sunday (November 17) in the Ford EcoBoost 400 … Continue Reading Kyle Busch becomes 16th multi-champion of Cup Series
HOMESTEAD, Fla. — Jimmie Johnson’s finish of 18th in final points is the lowest Johnson has finished in any of his 18 full-time seasons in NASCAR’s premier series. Johnson finished … Continue Reading Jimmie Johnson records lowest finish in points of career
HOMESTEAD, Fla. — Tyler Reddick became the ninth driver in the history of the NASCAR Xfinity Series to become a two-time champion of the series Saturday (November 16). Reddick’s win … Continue Reading Tyler Reddick ties eight drivers in championships
“I’m losing my breath, I’m that excited. This one means so much. It was just a lot better year and it was really cool to go back-to-back.”
HOMESTEAD, Fla. — Tyler Reddick’s win in the Ford EcoBoost 300 Saturday at Homestead-Miami Speedway secured his second consecutive Xfinity Series title. Cole Custer, Christopher Bell and Justin Allgaier — … Continue Reading Comments from Custer, Bell and Allgaier
HOMESTEAD, Fla. — Matt Crafton is now tied with Jack Sprague for three championship victories in the NASCAR Gander Outdoors Truck Series. Crafton’s second-place finish in the Ford EcoBoost 200 … Continue Reading Matt Crafton ties Jack Sprague in Truck Series titles
Short of a “triple burnout”, there were three separate celebrations to conclude the 2019 season, including the Driver’s Champion, the Owner’s Champion, and the overall race winner.
Stewart-Haas Racing officially announced Friday (November 15) Custer will drive the No. 41 SHR Cup Series Mustang, replacing Daniel Suarez. “This is obviously a dream come true,” Custer said. “I … Continue Reading Cole Custer’s Cup Series ride ‘dream come true’
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.
“I don’t know that it does anything for my future. As odd as that may sound, for me, I tell you, I love where I’m at.”
“I think there’s a lot of mutual respect for the guys that are sitting up here, and if you’re going to go up there and work, you might as well have fun.”
Now officially more than halfway done with the seven race season, Bowlin leads the series standings with three races to go.