Mooresville, N.C. — The hearts of the racing community throughout the northeast and the world of stock car racing are hurting as news spreads of legendary asphalt modified builder and racer Maynard Troyer’s passing on Thursday at the age of 79. Troyer, from Spencerport, New York, built and raced asphalt modifieds in the late 1960’s until 1982, when he retired …
MOORESVILLE, N.C. — This week’s Race Chaser Roundup began late Monday evening when SB Nation Motorsports scribe Jordan Bianchi broke the news (and with it, the Internet) that Matt Kenseth was rejoining Roush Fenway Racing to split time with Trevor Bayne in the No. 6 through the end of the year. Wyndham Resorts was unveiled as a new partner for …
Kurt Busch will be partying like it’s 2003 when the Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series hits the track for this year’s Southern 500, but he’ll be hoping for a final result that’s one spot better than what he ended up with 15 years prior at Darlington Raceway.
After seven Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series championships and 17 years of sponsorship with Jimmie Johnson, Lowe’s Companies has announced that they will not return to Hendrick Motorsports in 2019.
NASCAR announced Wednesday that Anheuser-Busch has inked a multi-year agreement that once again makes Busch Beer the Official Beer of NASCAR.
At least briefly on Saturday morning, Kevin Harvick’s dominance of Arizona’s ISM Raceway was put to the test, matched on single-lap speed by Chase Elliott.
The 2016 Can-Am 500 at Arizona’s ISM Raceway is an event that still eats at Alex Bowman’s memory, and unfortunately, it does so for all the wrong reasons.
NASCAR has revealed the 20 nominees for the NASCAR Hall of Fame’s Class of 2019, as well as the five nominees for the Landmark Award for Outstanding Contributions to NASCAR.
Gaunt Brothers Racing will enter their first Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series event on a track other than Daytona Int’l Speedway when they field the No. 96 Toyota for D.J. Kennington during Sunday’s Ticket Guardian 500 at Arizona’s ISM Raceway.
If you thought last Sunday’s Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series race at Atlanta was an aberration on old asphalt, think again.
Kevin Harvick backed up his performance in the opening stage with a convincing victory during the second stage of Sunday’s Pennzoil 400 at Las Vegas Motor Speedway.
Kevin Harvick picked up right where he left off last weekend at Atlanta Motor Speedway, dominating the opening stage of the Pennzoil 400 at Las Vegas Motor Speedway.