Bristol Motor Speedway will host both Cup Series races on its concrete surface, the track announced Friday. “We are thrilled to announce Bristol Motor Speedway will host the return of … Continue Reading Bristol returning to concrete for both 2024 races
Corey Heim will race for the 2023 NASCAR Craftsman Truck Series championship. Heim made a pass for the lead with six laps to go Thursday night at Bristol Motor Speedway … Continue Reading Corey Heim wins Bristol with late-race pass
In 122 NASCAR Cup Series races at Bristol, 19 drivers have eclipsed 1,000 laps led at the track — the equivalent of two full races.
Former Legacy Motor Club driver Noah Gragson has been reinstated by NASCAR, the sanctioning body announced Tuesday. Gragson was suspended on Aug. 5 ahead of the NASCAR Cup Series race … Continue Reading NASCAR reinstates Noah Gragson
Erik Jones picked up his best finish of the 2023 NASCAR Cup Series season –and for the rebranded Legacy Motor Club – at Kansas Speedway.
Sam Mayer will return to race the No. 1 JR Motorsports Chevrolet full-time in the 2024 NASCAR Xfinity Series season.
NASCAR officials confirmed stage breaks will return for the Cup Series and Xfinity Series races at the Charlotte Roval next month.
In the 121 Cup Series points-awarding races held at the paved Bristol Motor Speedway, 43 drivers have won a race at the famed Tennessee short track.
J.J. Yeley was headed for a respectable Sunday run at Kansas Speedway until crash damage kept him from finishing the Hollywood Casino 400. #NASCAR
Leland Honeyman Jr. took a big step toward future approval after a wild journey getting into MBM’s No. 66 Ford at Kansas Speedway this weekend. #NASCAR
Playoff drivers won out in the NASCAR Cup Series race Sunday at Kansas Speedway but a dramatic finish nearly produced a big upset.
Sheldon Creed made his NASCAR Cup Series debut Sunday at Kansas Speedway, driving for Live Fast Motorsports.
Bubba Wallace led laps and picked up nine stage points but had an issue that took him out of a possible win Sunday at Kansas Speedway.
After crashing out on lap 5 of the NASCAR Cup Series race Sunday at Kansas, Martin Truex Jr. faces historic elimination at Bristol.
Two NASCAR Cup Series playoff races down, two poles claimed by Christopher Bell who will start first Sunday at Kansas Speedway.
With his sixth NASCAR Xfinity Series win of the season, John Hunter Nemechek fired a warning shot to other playoff drivers Saturday at Kansas.