Kevin Harvick is the 14th driver in NASCAR Cup Series history to win at least 50 races at NASCAR’s top level. Harvick led the final 78 laps in Sunday’s The … Continue Reading Harvick 14th driver to score 50 wins
Seven-time NASCAR Cup champion Jimmie Johnson announced Tuesday that he would be retiring at the conclusion of the 2020 Cup season. Johnson made the announcement on social media that 2020 … Continue Reading Johnson to retire after the 2020 Cup season
Kyle Busch’s win in Sunday’s Ford EcoBoost 400 at Homestead-Miami Speedway not only led to his second NASCAR Cup title but it also led to the 2010s going down in … Continue Reading The 2010s: A historic decade in NASCAR Cup champion numerology
“Everybody always says you never give up, and we’re no different,” Busch said.
Dubbed the Xfinity Series “Big 3” in 2019, the battle between them doesn’t end on Saturday night. All three will compete for the 2020 Cup Series Rookie-of-the-Year honors.
The spoils went to Denny Hamlin who was the victor of Sunday’s Hollywood Casino 400, leading 153 laps en route to his 36th career win.. The win was Hamlin’s fifth … Continue Reading Hamlin wins fifth of 2019; Hollywood Casino 400 recap
KANSAS CITY, Kan — Four drivers failed to advance to the Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series Round of 8 proceeding the Hollywood Casino 400 at Kansas Speedway Sunday, October 20. … Continue Reading Eliminated Playoff drivers talk after Kansas
KANSAS CITY, Kan —David Ragan and Paul Menard have something in common: Each will race at Kansas Speedway as a full-time driver in Sunday’s Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series Hollywood … Continue Reading Ragan and Menard talk final Kansas Cup weekend as full-time MENCS drivers
“To win a Playoff race, my first Playoff victory, is special,” Larson said. “I hope there’s another one in our future, especially in the next round. So, we’ll see what we can do.”
“If it was going to be not enough, it was going to be not enough, so proud of the whole team for putting me on a great strategy there, pit stops, everything.”
Earlier in March, the 2020 Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series schedule was announced, with Pocono Raceway featuring a doubleheader weekend, the first of it’s kind in the top levels of NASCAR in the modern era.
“We are putting pieces of the puzzle together and it seems like three of the five disciplines we have a much better handle on right now, which is very encouraging.”
“It’s without being said that these moments are elite, they are special,” Logano said. “…These moments here, they make me dig a little harder.”
“You just had to hold them off. Being out front was important tonight.”
Simple enough, a win pretty much guarantees a seat at the table, but who else will join the three that have made it so far?
This weekend, at Las Vegas, will make the picture clearer, but even after that, it’s still going to be too early to tell.