For four Cup Series drivers, their hopes of winning the 2020 NASCAR title ended at the conclusion of the Xfinity 500 Sunday (Nov. 1st) at Martinsville Speedway. Below is a … Continue Reading Comments from the eliminated playoff drivers
“I’m just at a bit of a loss for words. Like I said, this is the piece we’ve been missing. I feel like we’ve had the group to do this. We just have to go make it happen and we did tonight.”
With Chase Elliott’s win in Sunday’s Xfinity 500 at Martinsville Speedway, Chevrolet has earned a Championship 4 berth for the first time in the NASCAR Cup Series since 2016. Elliott … Continue Reading Chevrolet earns first Championship 4 berth since 2016
“Martinsville is one of those places that’s really cool to win at. For me in particular because my family is from here. There’s a guy in a hot dog for Halloween. The fans here are awesome. It’s amazing to win here at what is one of my home tracks I would say and do what my dad did. I think it was his first Xfinity win was here.”
A quintessential NASCAR short track race ensued at Martinsville Speedway on Friday night, and after all the physical intensity wound down, Grant Enfinger stood tall above the smoke show, winning his way onto the Championship 4 ballot to battle for a title at Phoenix Raceway next week.