William Byron Survives Wild Daytona 500 Finish

William Byron, driver of the #24 Axalta Hendrick Motorsports Chevrolet Camaro ZL1 celebrates his victory Monday, February 19, 2024, after winning the NASCAR Cup Series Daytona 500 at Daytona International Speedway in Daytona Beach, Florida. This is the first Daytona 500 win for Byron. On its 40th Anniversary, Hendrick Motorsports gets its 9th Daytona 500 victory, tying Petty Motorsports for most all-time. (Photo by Chris Owens/HHP for Chevy Racing)

Welcome back to NASCAR 2024! The more things change, the more they stay the same.

Read More

Kyle Larson Cashes In At Las Vegas Cup Race

Last week I noted that if you led 100 or more laps at Las Vegas, you had a pretty good shot at winning the race. Well Kyle Larson did just that, and more.  He won both stages and led the most laps with 133 and the final 45. But it almost did not come to pass.

Read More

Ryan Blaney Wins At Talladega, Makes It Through To Next Playoff Round

Ryan Blaney came into the Talladega race needing to win one of the next two races and he did just that. He did it by staying in the Top 10 most of the race, avoiding a couple of wrecks and battling Kevin Harvick right to the very end.

Read More

Tyler Reddick Outshines His Team Owner Denny Hamlin at Kansas

(Photo by Sean Gardner/Getty Images)

Last week Denny Hamlin led a lot of laps and left without a win. This week the same thing occurred, but at the end saw him win as an owner with Tyler Reddick leading just two laps, but the most important two laps.

Read More

Kyle Larson Wins The First NASCAR Cup Playoff Race, And His First Ever At Darlington

It looked like this was a race that had Denny Hamlin written all over it. He signed a nice extension with Joe Gibbs Racing, he started on the front row, won both Stages and he led 177 laps. I mean, you could just write this one early and go to bed, right? Nope.

Read More

With Michigan Win, Chris Buescher Makes It Two in a Row for RFK

After a day-long rain delay, the race finished in a great battle between the two fastest cars on the track, as it should be. Chris Buescher backed up last week’s win at Richmond with a stout performance holding off Martin Truex, Jr. who arguably had the fastest car all day. But as we all know, the fastest car doesn’t always win.

Read More

RFK Gets Big Richmond Win With Chris Buescher

On a day that saw RFK teammates leading a combined 190 laps, Chris Buescher kept the field at bay as he won at Richmond and solidified his playoff hopes. Teammate and owner Brad Keselowski showed what strength the team had by leading a race high 102 laps and winning Stage 2.

Read More

Stafford Speedway (Race Two) Camping World SRX Series Race Notes

Welcome To Stafford Speedway: The second race of the 2023 Camping World SRX Series season is at Stafford Speedway in Stafford, Connecticut on Thursday July 20. Stafford also hosted the first event of the season on July 13, where a sellout crowd watched Denny Hamlin score victory in his first SRX Series appearance.

Read More

NASCAR Cup Series Race At Atlanta Motor Speedway Presented In Primetime This Sunday At 7 P.M. Et On USA Network

STAMFORD, Conn. – July 6, 2023 – The NASCAR Cup Series races at Atlanta Motor Speedway this Sunday in primetime at 7 p.m. ET on USA Network, with Countdown to Green pre-race coverage beginning at 6:30 p.m. ET. Immediately following the conclusion of the Quaker State 400 Available at Walmart, post-race coverage will be presented at 10:30 p.m. ET on USA Network and Peacock.

Read More

NASCAR Cup Series to Race on the Streets of Chicago for the First Time

For the first time ever, the sights, sounds and speed of NASCAR are coming to the streets of downtown Chicago on July 1-2, 2023. One of the most iconic cities in the world, Chicago will add another chapter to its illustrious sports history when the NASCAR Cup Series debuts against the backdrop of Lake Michigan and the Chicago skyline in the Grant Park 220 on Sunday, July 2 at 5:30 p.m. ET on NBC, MRN and SiriusXM NASCAR Radio.

Read More

NASCAR Cup Series Heads To Nashville To ‘Boot-Scoot And Boogie’ In Music City

After soaking up the only off weekend of the season, the competitors in the NASCAR Cup Series prepare for one of the schedule’s most unique tracks in Nashville Superspeedway with this Sunday’s Ally 400 at 7 p.m. ET on NBC, PRN and SiriusXM NASCAR Radio (Channel 90). The D-shaped, concrete oval that stretches 1.33-miles, is the longest concrete surface track on the 2023 schedule and will have drivers and team dancing to find the perfect set-up in their cars for this weekend.

Read More

Domination Leads to Victory For Martin Truex Jr. At Sonoma

Martin Truex, Jr. returned to form at Sonoma showing off his road course skills by leading 51 of the 110 laps. MTJ was in the Top 10 in both early stages and was obviously set up for the long green flag runs that occurred.

Read More

NASCAR Cup Series News & Notes – Sonoma Raceway

Busch’s bid for a third title seems more and more likely For the first time since 2010-2011, the Richard Childress Racing organization has put up back-to-back seasons (2022-2023) of at least three NASCAR Cup Series wins. Over the last two years, the one common denominator in the RCR Victory Lane celebrations has been crew chief Randall Burnett, who has led Tyler Reddick to three wins in 2022, and now has led veteran Kyle Busch to three wins this season.

Read More

Penske 1100 Sweep: Blaney Wins the 600, Newgarden Wins the 500

I sure hope you got your fix on racing this weekend, if not, then you are a superhuman fan! Nashville, TN driver Josef Newgarden (yes, he is American) won his first ever Indy 500 in controversial fashion. It’s nothing he did to generate controversy, but Indy race control kind of pissed off the team of Ganassi driver Marcus Ericsson.

Read More

NASCAR Cup Series News & Notes – Charlotte Motor Speedway

As it has each year for nearly a decade, the NASCAR community will come together to formally honor and recognize the United States Armed Forces during Military Appreciation Month through the annual NASCAR Salutes Together with Coca-Cola program. This marks the ninth season of NASCAR Salutes Together with Coca-Cola celebrating the service and sacrifice of U.S. military members and their families through a multitude of at track integrations, original content features and fan engagement opportunities.

Read More