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’
“…I’ve dreamt of this my whole life,” Haley said.
Three-time series champion Cale Yarborough holds the record for the most wins on Father’s Day at four. 1988 champion Bill Elliott has the second-most wins at three.
Larson has earned 107 total stage points, the ninth-most among the competition.
Martin Truex Jr., Clint Bowyer and Ryan Blaney earned their 100th stage point of 2018 with their top-10 showings in the first two stages of the Pocono 400 Sunday. Altogether, … Continue Reading 3 drivers hit 100 stage point mark at Pocono
In total, 15 drivers have won at least one stage since 2017. Martin Truex Jr. has won the most stages all-time (21), and Busch is second overall.
By Dominic Aragon and Matt Courson May 27, 2018 CONCORD, N.C.—Kyle Busch claimed victory in the Coca-Cola 600 Sunday night at Charlotte Motor Speedway, leading the final 225 of 227 … Continue Reading Kyle Busch puts on a clinic at Coca-Cola 600
“What an opportunity to be here today,” Truex said.
Busch made it known that his young drivers aren’t perfect and there’s certainly things they need to work on.
The team plans on utilizing the same racecar David Gilliland drove to a 14th-place effort in the 2018 Daytona 500.
“I just don’t want to undermine the No. 00 and Jeffery’s effort by any means.”
“We’re looking for funded drivers for next year,” Cope said.
Reed Sorenson continues to plug along as a full-time driver in NASCAR’s top series. Sorenson, a 13-year veteran of the Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series, is in his second full-time … Continue Reading Sorenson, seeing improvement at Premium Motorsports, hopes to return to team in 2018
“Our plan is to run full-time in the Cup Series,” Gaulding said.
“I don’t have any more Cup stuff planned,” Burton said. “I’m going to do some XFINITY stuff with Biagi-DenBeste Racing at Richmond with Estes.”
“We’re going to go to Atlanta,” Wise said, adding “Hopefully we go and we can make races, find some sponsorship and just keep plugging away.”