October 21, 2018 By Reid Spencer | NASCAR Wire Service KANSAS CITY, Kan. – It took 99 races for Chase Elliott to get his first Monster Energy NASCAR … Continue Reading Chase Elliott makes a Playoff statement with victory at Kansas
By Jonathan Fjeld KANSAS CITY, Kan. — Richard Childress Racing drivers Daniel Hemric and Shane Lee were among four drivers to score career-high finishes in Saturday’s Kansas Lottery 300 at … Continue Reading 4 drivers score best Xfinity Series finishes of career
KANSAS CITY, Kan. — With a 39th place finish on Saturday afternoon at Kansas Speedway, Austin Cindric certainly will have to climb out of a huge points deficit after being involved in … Continue Reading Austin Cindric leaves Kansas in must-win situation
Bowyer has six top-10 finishes in 20 Cup Series starts at the 1.5-mile racetrack. His best finish was a second-place run in 2007.
KANSAS CITY, Kan. — For Aric Almirola, Kansas Speedway has been a track he has always enjoyed coming to race at. “I feel like since the beginning, since my first … Continue Reading Almirola has opportunity to capitalize at Kansas
KANSAS CITY — Joey Logano will be starting first for the 2018 Hollywood Casino 400. Logano posted the fastest lap time Friday at Kansas Speedway in the final round of … Continue Reading Joey Logano ties Bonnett, Parsons and Kenseth on poles list
Barrett said what will stick out most to him about the race is being able to say he was a part of the 40-starter field at the ROVAL.
TALLADEGA, Ala. — Aric Almirola entered Sunday’s 1000Bulbs.com 500 at Talladega Superspeedway needing a victory to guarantee a spot in the next round of the NASCAR Playoffs. Almirola snapped a 149-race … Continue Reading Aric Almirola survives Talladega; advances to Round of 8
Hailie Deegan breaks down barrier, becomes first female winner in K&N Pro Series. In a sport mostly dominated by men, few women have stepped up to challenge the boys in … Continue Reading Hailie Deegan breaks down barrier, becomes first female winner in K&N Pro Series
Hear what Steve O’Donnell, NASCAR’s Executive Vice President and Chief Racing Development Officer, had to say to the media after the Charlotte Motor Speedway ROVAL race weekend Sunday.
2018 GoBowling at The Glen Photos by Kyle Stephens
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NASCAR Camping World Truck Series driver Noah Gragson will drive the No. 1 car for JR Motorsports in 2019, the team announced in a video Tuesday. As previously reported by … Continue Reading Gragson to pilot No. 1 for JR Motorsports in 2019
Saturday’s inaugural Musket 250 at New Hampshire Motor Speedway for the Whelen Modified Tour was the longest race in distance in the series’ history. Chase Dowling capitalized on his fellow … Continue Reading Chase Dowling claims victory in inaugural Musket 250
September 22, 2018 By Reid Spencer | NASCAR Wire Service RICHMOND, Va. — On a night of important milestones, in a car hastily repaired after a brush with the wall … Continue Reading Kyle Busch holds off Kevin Harvick to win Richmond Playoff race
Last weekend while NASCAR teams were in Las Vegas, the Southeast was getting slammed by Hurricane Florence. The hurricane caused monumental flooding, with countless people evacuated and displaced from their … Continue Reading JR Motorsports teams up with Team Rubicon for Hurricane Florence relief