Hendrick Motorsports crew chief Chad Knaus Will step into an executive management role at seasons and, vacating his roles as crew chief atop the No. 24 in the NASCAR cup … Continue Reading Chad Knaus promoted at HMS, will leave pit box at season’s end
At the end of the Bass Pro Shops Night Race at Bristol Motor Speedway, four driver’s run at a Cup Series championship came to a close. The drivers eligible for … Continue Reading Comments from the eliminated playoff drivers
BRISTOL, TENNESSEE – At the conclusion of the Bass Pro Shops NRA Bristol Night Race, four drivers were eliminated from the NASCAR Cup Series Playoffs. The drivers eliminated were as … Continue Reading Four Playoff drivers eliminated after Bristol Night Race
William Byron will be staying put in the No. 24 car at Hendrick Motorsports for the foreseeable future. The third-year Cup Series driver announced Tuesday, Sept. 1, that he will … Continue Reading William Byron signed through 2022 at HMS
“It’s been a long time coming for this win in the Cup Series,” Byron said to The Racing Experts.
For a young driver like William Byron, Saturday night’s Coke Zero Sugar 400 at Daytona was a big race for him for multiple reasons as both a fan and a … Continue Reading Byron scores first victory for car #24 since 2015
28 weeks ago, the NASCAR Cup Series began its trek toward the playoffs with a rain-soaked, harrowing thrill ride of a Daytona 500 that saw one driver seal a playoff … Continue Reading 2020 Coke Zero Sugar 400: What to Watch For
The heart in the “heartland” may belong to Denny Hamlin as he has now claimed two consecutive Cup wins at Kansas Speedway, a track in the heartland of the U.S. … Continue Reading Hamlin claims second consecutive Kansas victory; Super Start Batteries 400 recap
Wednesday night’s Blue Emu Maximum Pain Relief 500 marked the first time since March 2009 that all four Hendrick Motorsports cars finished inside the top 10 during a NASCAR Cup … Continue Reading All four HMS drivers finish top 10 at Martinsville for the first time in 11 years
Timmy Hill hit the century-mark in NASCAR Cup Series starts in the Alsco Uniforms 500 Thursday (May 28). Hill started the 312-mile race in 34th and finished 33rd, becoming the … Continue Reading Timmy Hill completes 100th Cup Series race
What was appearing to be a strong second-place finish for Jimmie Johnson in his final Coca-Cola 600 as a full-time Cup Series driver ended up backfiring for the seven-time champion … Continue Reading Johnson DQ’ed after failing post-race tech inspection
What started out as a crazy start to a much-anticipated race ended up being a preview of a championship battle in-the-making, as points leader no. 4 Kevin Harvick pulled off … Continue Reading Harvick emerges heroic at Darlington
William Byron made it three wins out of the last four races in the eNASCAR iRacing Pro Invitational Series with his win on Sunday afternoon.
“I didn’t really know how that was going to work out, but luckily, we were able to have a little bit of buffer to the guys with four tires, and then the late restart, just executed that well.”
“I was really proud of how we kind of did things, and thankful for Nick Ottinger, who kind of helps me on my eSports team (William Byron eSports), and AXALTA for letting us run this cool paint scheme. It looks awesome. Hopefully we can it run it sometime in the real Cup car. I had a lot of fun.”
Amid the COVID-19 outbreak, NASCAR announced Thursday that the NextGen car’s debut will be delayed until 2022. The NextGen car was set to make its debut in the 2021 NASCAR … Continue Reading NextGen car debut delayed until 2022