It’s Buescher, Baby! Buescher Claims Iconic Victory as RFK Dominates Bristol Night Race

BRISTOL, Tenn. (Sept. 17, 2022) – RFK Racing stole the show Saturday night at the famous Bristol Night Race as Chris Buescher earned his second-ever NASCAR Cup Series win, piloting the Fastenal Ford Mustang to the first win under the new RFK banner. He and teammate and co-owner Brad Keselowski led a combined 278 laps with the No. 6 winning the opening stage.

Ty Majeski Claims Championship 4 NASCAR Truck Series Berth With First Career Win (Race Results)

Ty Majeski downplayed his final run in Thursday night’s UNOH 200 presented by Ohio Logistics at Bristol Motor Speedway as “just another restart.” In reality, it was the most important moment-to-date in Majeski’s hardscrabble career.

Alby Ovitt Claims 38th Bolduc Metal Recycling Enduro 200 At Thunder Road

Barre, VT — For the 38th time enduro cars from across New England converged onto the Thunder Road International Speedbowl for the ‘People’s Race.’ The annual $3,000-to-Win event for junkyard stars brought in ninety-one cars of all makes, models, shapes, sizes and colors!

Bobby Timmons Claims 350 SMAC Victory At Wiscasset Speedway

This past weekend, the 350 SMAC Tour made its return to Maine’s fastest track for the highly anticipated Bentley Warren Classic. The 350 SMAC Tour brings the thrill of Super Modifieds to tracks across New England and Wiscasset Speedway was the home of excitement on Saturday night with an action-packed program that included both the touring series and all weekly Group 1 divisions.

Ryan Kuhn Claims the PASS Bay State Summer Classic At Seekonk

Seekonk, MA — A healthy field of 28 Pro All Stars Series Super Late Models invaded the Commonwealth for the 2nd Annual Bay State Summer Classic. One driver noticeably missing was Turner, Maine’s Ben Rowe. Rowe was the only driver to compete in all 334 PASS North events. Ben and Richard Moody Racing mutually parted ways after the White Mountain Motorsports Park double header two weeks ago.

Ryan Preece Claims Third Consecutive Victory In Return To Richmond

RICHMOND, Va. – In the NASCAR Whelen Modified Tour’s return to Richmond Raceway, Ryan Preece of Berlin, CT dominated, leading 98 of 156 laps and surviving multiple late-race restarts to win his third consecutive race over a three-month stretch and first at “The Action Track.”