Tempers flared, a driver threw a helmet and NASCAR took three cars for review but didn’t penalize anyone after the Pocono race weekend.
Five races are left in the NASCAR Cup Series regular season. Some bubble drivers hope for good luck at Richmond after a wild race at Pocono.
Ty Gibbs’ fifth-place finish Sunday at Pocono Raceway earned the NASCAR Cup Series rookie his first top-5 finish in the series.
Since his return from a dirt racing injury in April, Alex Bowman has yet to finish inside the Top-10 in a NASCAR Cup Series race. Bowman seemed to be on … Continue Reading Struggles continue for Alex Bowman
Denny Hamlin became just the 15th driver in NASCAR history to win 50 NASCAR Cup Series races with his victory Sunday at Pocono Raceway. Hamlin picked up his second victory … Continue Reading Denny Hamlin ties Ned Jarrett, Junior Johnson at 50 wins
NASCAR will review Austin Dillon’s helmet throw in Sunday’s race at Pocono Raceway for any possible penalties.
Kyle Larson and Denny Hamlin’s late-race battle for the lead went very wrong for Larson at Pocono Raceway.
The NASCAR Xfinity Series race Saturday had a classic Pocono Raceway feel as strategies decided the win and favored Austin Hill.
The JR Motorsports drivers combined for 71 of 92 laps led and earned points in each stage but only could finish as high as second Saturday.
For the first time in NASCAR’s modern-era, dating back to 1972, there are no races scheduled for Father’s Day weekend.
NASCAR announced Joe Gibbs Racing will not appeal Denny Hamlin and Kyle Busch’s disqualifications from Sunday’s M&Ms Fan Appreciation 400 at Pocono Raceway.
Chase Elliott was declared the winner after both Denny Hamlin’s No. 11 and Kyle Busch’s No. 18 were disqualified from the Top 2 finishing positions at Pocono Raceway on Sunday (July 24th 2022).
LONG POND, Pa. — With his Top-5 finish at Pocono Raceway Sunday, Daniel Suarez has now raced in 200 NASCAR Cup Series races. After the disqualification of Denny Hamlin and … Continue Reading Daniel Suarez completes 200th Cup Series with Top-5 finish
Despite never driving the Gen 7 car before Sunday’s M&Ms Fan Appreciation 400 at Pocono Raceway, Ty Gibbs posted a respectable 16th-place finish in his NASCAR Cup Series debut.
NASCAR announced Kurt Busch was not cleared to run the M&Ms Fan Appreciation 400 at Pocono Raceway following a pre-race medical evaluation Sunday morning.
LONG POND, Pa. — Beating and banging in the closing laps of the Explore The Pocono Mountains 225, Noah Gragson held off a charge from Ty Gibbs to capture the … Continue Reading Noah Gragson outduels Ty Gibbs for Pocono win