Ryan Sieg and Kaz Grala didn’t see it coming but neither ran a qualifying lap after an odd crash in practice at New Hampshire Motor Speedway.
Where Landon Cassill and Sheldon Creed had issues during the Food City 300 regular-season finale at Bristol Motor Speedway, Ryan Sieg earned a quiet top-10 finish while his competitors had issues.
As pit strategies shook up the finishng order, RSS Racing drivers Ryan Sieg and Parker Retzlaff found benefitted at the end of Saturday’s NASCAR Xfinity Series Tennessee Lottery 250 at Nashville Superspeedway.
LAS VEGAS — Nine different drivers led laps in the Alsco Uniforms 300 Saturday at Las Vegas Motor Speedway, but it was Ty Gibbs who ultimately came away victorious in … Continue Reading Ty Gibbs victorious in Las Vegas
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.
By Nick Lewis Drivers competing for smaller teams maximized their runs Monday night in the Cheddar’s 300 At Bristol Motor Speedway. The NASCAR Xfinity Series visited Bristol and its first … Continue Reading A big day for the little guys
By Dominic Aragon and Chris Salazar LAS VEGAS — Tyler Reddick has tied past series champions Clint Bowyer and Ricky Stenhouse Jr. among others on the series’ all-time wins list. … Continue Reading Tyler Reddick ties Bowyer, Stenhouse on Xfinity Series wins list
RICHMOND, Va. — Ryan Sieg netted his fifth career top-5 finish and second in 2019 Friday evening in the Toyota Care 250 at Richmond Raceway. Sieg finished fourth in the … Continue Reading Ryan Sieg scores second top 5 of 2019 at Richmond