KANSAS CITY, Kan — Jeremy Clements and Ray Black Jr posted career-best Kansas NASCAR Xfinity Series finishes in Saturday’s Kansas Lottery 300. Clements, who started sixth, ended up finishing sixth … Continue Reading Clements and Black Jr. post strong Kansas Xfinity Series finishes
KANSAS CITY, Kan —Brandon Jones emerged victorious in the Kansas Lottery 300 to claim his first career NASCAR Xfinity Series win. Jones snapped a 133-race winless streak and 10 laps … Continue Reading Jones gets first win as Playoff drivers have issues; Kansas Lottery 300 recap
KANSAS CITY, Kan —Tyler Reddick was fastest in second practice Friday for the NASCAR Xfinity Series Kansas Lottery 300 (October 17) at Kansas Speedway. Reddick posted the fastest time with … Continue Reading Reddick fastest in Xfinity final practice; Custer fastest in first
KANSAS CITY, Kan — This week, Kaulig Racing announced Ross Chastain as the full-time driver for the No. 10 Xfinity Series Chevrolet but team manager Chris Rice discussed Friday the third … Continue Reading Kaulig Racing’s Chris Rice and Ross Chastain talk 2020 plans
“I knew we were probably in a good spot staying out there,” Custer said. “It was a great pit call by Mike (Shiplett) to stay out. It is all about track position here. Whatever you can do on strategy and pit stops to get track position, it is what you need to do.”
“I didn’t know if he was gonna shove me back again into Turn 1,” Cindric said. “So, I adjusted my brake bias getting ready for it and trying to be as prepared as possible, because I knew if we were able to get to the bus stop, which was my car’s strength all day and my strength all weekend, if I was able to get to there, we were gonna be home sailing.”
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.
Bell led 186 laps on the day, including 153 laps straight, which enveloped the entirety of the final stage.
By Jonathan Fjeld NEWTON, Iowa — Ryan Repko, Joe Graf Jr., and H2 Motorsports each made their Xfinity Series debut Sunday in the CircuitCity.com 250. Graf Jr., who sits fifth … Continue Reading Repko, Graf Jr., and H2 Motorsports debut in the Xfinity Series
By Jonathan Fjeld NEWTON, Iowa — David Starr is out of the Circuitcity.com 250 after having engine issues on Lap 29 of 250. Starr started the race in 24th and … Continue Reading David Starr out early with engine troubles
“It was a fun end of the race. I wish I didn’t have to do it like that, but it probably made it exciting.”
“Once we got the lead – thank you to my pit crew, they did an outstanding job – it’s really special to be here.”
“It is just huge for our team to get this second win and inching toward being the team to beat.”
“I wish Kelley (Earnhardt-Miller) was here because I remember her telling me the answer to this a couple of days ago, and I can’t remember what she said.”
“My first words were ‘Eight years,’ my eighth year in the series. My guys have stuck with me through the hard times, when everybody has counted us out and wondered why I get to drive this car.”
It seems like there is a shift taking place, where in recent years, it’s been an absolute necessity to bring sponsorship and cash to an organization to have a car to drive.