After his win Sunday night, Kyle Larson tied a predecessor in the No. 5 Hendrick Motorsports ride on the all-time NASCAR Cup Series wins list.
With 57 laps to go, Kevin Harvick was in vintage form, showing off why people call him “The Closer” – until an untimely caution derailed him.
Hendrick Motorsports made a big statement Sunday at Darlington, with Kyle Larson winning and William Byron in fourth.
Sunday kicks off the 20th NASCAR Cup Series playoffs and the 7th edition of the current format. Here’s how each driver has done at Darlington.
The Round of 12 will kick off at Texas Motor Speedway (Spe.t 24), then feature races at Talladega Superspeedway (Oct. 1) and the Charlotte Road Course (Oct. 8). You couldn’t … Continue Reading NASCAR Cup Series playoffs: Round of 12 predictions
Carson Hocevar will race the No. 42 Legacy Motor Club Chevrolet at Darlington this Sunday night in the Southern 500, the team announced Monday. “This is a great opportunity to … Continue Reading Carson Hocevar to drive NASCAR Cup Series race at Darlington
For just the fifth time in NASCAR Cup Series history, a car number has hit the triple-century mark in victories. William Byron’s win Sunday in the Goodyear 400 at Darlington … Continue Reading No. 24 is the fifth car number to earn 100 wins
William Byron succeeded in NASCAR Overtime, holding off Kevin Harvick to earn his third win of the 2023 NASCAR Cup Series season Sunday in the Goodyear 400. Byron picked up … Continue Reading William Byron scores 7th career win at Darlington
A head-to-head battle Saturday at Darlington ended with Kyle Larson winning and John Hunter Nemechek wrecking.
By Geoff Bodine Like many of you, I found out on social media a couple of weeks ago about Jeremy Clements Racing’s throwback to the Levi Garrett No. 5 car. … Continue Reading Excited to see Jeremy Clements’ Hendrick Throwback
Geoff Bodine expresses his gratitude for being named as one of NASCAR’s 75 Greatest Drivers and how he has been doing lately.
Carl Edwards will join the FOX Sports 1 booth for some of the May 14 NASCAR Cup Series race at Darlington Raceway.
Ryan Newman will return to the NASCAR Cup Series at Darlington Raceway, marking his first Cup Series start since 2021.
Erik Jones snapped a 109-race winless streak with a win in Sunday’s Cook Out Southern 500 that proved to be historic for the Petty family and NASCAR.
Joey Logano’s pole-winning speed Saturday (Sept. 3) earned the Team Penske driver his first NASCAR Cup Series pole in over three years. The pole was Logano’s 23rd of his career, … Continue Reading Joey Logano on pole for first time since 2019
Noah Gragson’s last-lap pass for the Darlington NASCAR Xfinity Series win Saturday (Sept. 3) earned the race driver his ninth career victory in the series. Gragson picked up his fourth … Continue Reading Noah Gragson moves to 45th on wins list