Clint Bowyer will tap into Mark Martin’s prowess at Darlington Raceway this September, when he pilots a Carolina Ford Dealers throwback scheme honoring the NASCAR Hall of Famer in the 68th annual Bojangles’ Southern 500 on Sept. 3.
Team Penske announced Tuesday that the organization has reached an agreement with Brad Keselowski to remain with the team as the driver of the No. 2 Miller Lite Ford Fusion.
TriStar Motorsports team owner Mark Smith passed away peacefully in his home on Saturday at the age of 63, after a long and private battle with cancer.
Dale Earnhardt Jr., NASCAR’s Most Popular Driver for an unprecedented 14 consecutive years (2003-16), will join NBC Sports Group’s NASCAR coverage beginning in 2018.
They say in racing that all it takes is one moment to either make or break your chances on any given day.
Kyle Busch’s virtually perfect afternoon at Indianapolis Motor Speedway continued during the second stage of Sunday’s Brickyard 400, as he took his seventh stage win of the year and moved one step closer to his third-straight win in the crown jewel event.
Kyle Busch’s quest to win a record-setting third consecutive Brickyard 400 got off to a flying start Sunday at Indianapolis Motor Speedway, as he led all 50 laps of the opening stage to notch his sixth stage win of the year.
Two-time and defending race winner, Kyle Busch, claims his season leading fourth pole position of the year on Saturday afternoon and will lead the field to the green flag on Sunday Brickyard 400 at the Indianapolis Motor Speedway.
INIANAPOLIS– In a battle that went all the way down to the wire, William Byron wins the Lilly Diabetes 250 from the Indianapolis Motor Speedway for his third NASCAR XFINITY Series win of the season. The JR Motorsports driver led 26 laps to hold onto the victory Saturday afternoon in his first start at the famous course. It was not …
A chaotic sequence of pit stops coming to the end of the second stage of Saturday’s Lilly Diabetes 250 handed polesitter Elliott Sadler a surprise stage victory at Indianapolis Motor Speedway.
William Byron proved the prowess of NASCAR’s high-downforce, high-drag package during the opening stage of Saturday’s Lilly Diabetes 250 at Indianapolis Motor Speedway, tracking down Kyle Busch and drafting past him to secure his second NASCAR XFINITY Series stage win of the year.
After finishing the first practice session in the second position, Justin Allgaier went one better as he finishes the final NASCAR XFINITY Series practice session in first place, ahead of the Lilly Diabetes 250 from the Indianapolis Motor Speedway.