INDYCAR driver Santino Ferrucci announced Friday afternoon that he will drive 20 Xfinity races for Sam Hunt Racing’s No. 26 Toyota Supra in 2021. Ferrucci’s first race is Feb. 27 … Continue Reading Ferrucci to focus on NASCAR in ’21, will run Xfinity part-time
Riley Herbst will pilot the No. 98 Ford Mustang in the NASCAR Xfinity Series in 2021. Stewart-Haas Racing announced Herbst would take over the ride on Thursday (Dec. 10), replacing … Continue Reading Riley Herbst to pilot the No. 98
Daniel Hemric will have a new NASCAR team to call home in 2021. Joe Gibbs Racing announced Hemric will pilot the No. 18 Toyota Supra in the Xfinity Series, replacing … Continue Reading Daniel Hemric to Joe Gibbs Racing
“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.”
Some people will like it, some will not, and my hope is that NASCAR executives are truly listening to both sides of the conversation to give us the best possible car for 2022 and beyond. 80 percent be damned, NASCAR has a big task to close the divide among fans with a product that satisfies most.