“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.”
With his first career Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series win coming Sunday (July 7) at Daytona International Speedway, Justin Haley became the 193rd driver to win a race in NASCAR’s … Continue Reading Justin Haley becomes 193rd winner in Cup Series history
This Sunday’s running of the Big Machine Vodka Brickyard 400 will set the field for the 16-driver Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series Playoffs. Fourteen drivers are already locked into the … Continue Reading 14 drivers can still make the playoffs
In his own words, A.J. Allmendinger had an “OK day” at Pocono Raceway this past Sunday. Allmendinger started and finished 14th, improving upon a 22nd-place effort at Pocono back in … Continue Reading Allmendinger riding Top-15 Pocono finish into Watkins Glen race weekend
Absent from the list are Kyle Busch and Martin Truex Jr., who have combined to score nine wins this season.
Jones became the 190th driver to become a winner in the Cup Series. The last first-time winner was Ryan Blaney in June 2017 at Pocono Raceway.
A deflated A.J. Allmendinger stood in the garage area at Sonoma Raceway Sunday, knowing a strong day was wiped away because of driver error. Allmendinger started fifth in the Toyota/Save … Continue Reading Allmendinger on Sonoma DNF: ‘It’s on me’