“I don’t even know what to say,” DiBendetto said. “I’m so sad we didn’t win, but proud, proud of the effort. I got tight there from the damage from trying to get by (Ryan) Newman and that immediately flipped a switch and got tight.”
Kurt Busch is now in sole possession of 26th-place on the Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series wins list following his victory Saturday night (July 13) in the Quaker State 400 … Continue Reading Kurt Busch breaks tie for 26th all-time on Cup Series wins list following Kentucky
By Geoff Bodine It has been a few days since Justin Haley scored his first Cup Series win with Spire Motorsports at Daytona International Speedway. The team and driver deserve … Continue Reading Justin Haley’s win should be celebrated
RIDGEWAY, Va. — After six races in the 2019 season, Kurt Busch and Chase Elliott are the only two drivers to post a top-five finish in the 2019 season. Busch … Continue Reading Kurt Busch, Chase Elliott only two Team Chevy drivers to post Top-5 in 2019
FONTANA, Calif. — Kyle Busch claimed his 200th NASCAR national-series victory Saturday at Auto Club Speedway in the Auto Club 400. Kyle’s older brother, Kurt Busch, reflected on his younger … Continue Reading Kurt Busch comments on younger brother’s 200th national-series win, talks where he may be among all-time greats
AVONDALE, Ariz. — Kurt Busch is off to his best start of a season since his first year with Stewart-Haas Racing in 2016. Busch has finished inside the top-10 in … Continue Reading Kurt Busch records three straight top-10s after Phoenix
DAYTONA BEACH, Fla. — Jamie McMurray will close out his Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series with a 22nd-place finish in the season-opening Daytona 500. McMurray, who led six laps in … Continue Reading McMurray: ‘Thankful I’m safe’ after Daytona 500 crashes
Daniel Suarez will pilot the No. 41 Ford for Stewart-Haas Racing in 2019 in the Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series, the team officially announced Monday. Suarez replaces Kurt Busch, who … Continue Reading Suarez ‘very proud’ to join Stewart-Haas Racing
Kyle Busch, Martin Truex Jr. and Kevin Harvick all hold the final three transfer positions into the Championship 4 after the opening race in the Round of 8 Sunday at … Continue Reading “Big 3” hold final 3 Playoff positions
Furniture Row Racing spent most of its existence as a Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series race team. Team owner Barney Visser decided to start the race team in 2005 and … Continue Reading The rise and fall of Furniture Row Racing
Furniture Row Racing will stop fielding their No. 78 Toyota in the Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series in 2018, according to news release from the team Tuesday. The team cited … Continue Reading Furtniure Row Racing done after 2018
The upcoming off-season has the potential to be the silliest in quite a while.
After 500 laps at Bristol Motor Speedway Saturday night, Kurt Busch emerged victorious for the first time in NASCAR’s top series since the 2017 Daytona 500. Busch led the final … Continue Reading Kurt Busch: ‘This is a big win for me’
By Jonny Olkowski Kurt Busch delivered Ford Performance its 100th Cup Victory in the Ford Fusion Saturday night in the Bass Pro Shops NRA Night Race at Bristol Motor … Continue Reading Kurt Busch delivers Ford Fusion 100th Cup victory
Being from Canada, opportunities to watch big races in person are rather limited. Canadian Tire Motorsports Park, commonly referred to as Mosport, holds the only major NASCAR series race that … Continue Reading A street race would be nice, but not easy for NASCAR
Absent from the list are Kyle Busch and Martin Truex Jr., who have combined to score nine wins this season.