A change in his car might be exactly what Justin Bonsignore needs to make a run at the NASCAR Whelen Modified Tour championship in 2018.
Kenneth Massa Motorsports has announced its 2018 plans for the NASCAR Whelen Modified Tour. Veteran driver Justin Bonsignore will drive a LFR Car as he races for the NWMT championship with Ryan Stone as his crew chief.
Bill McAnally Racing announced Wednesday that Hailie Deegan will join the team to tackle the ranks of the NASCAR K&N Pro Series in 2018, driving the No. 19 Mobil 1/NAPA Power Premium Plus Toyota Camry.
In addition to new logos for all six of its regional touring series, NASCAR announced Wednesday a series of competition updates, targeted to continue to help teams minimize costs and enhance driver development.
Continuing on NASCAR’s refreshment of its brand identity, which began last December with a new sanction mark and new series logo for the Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series, NASCAR revealed a new NASCAR Home Tracks brand mark and new series logos for its regional and touring series on Wednesday.
Bill McAnally Racing officials have announced Cole Rouse will join BMR to compete in the NASCAR K&N Pro Series in 2018.
Ryan Vargas crossed the Crown Ballroom stage for the second straight season as the recipient of the Wendell Scott Trailblazer Award during the NASCAR Awards on Dec. 9 in Charlotte, N.C.
Bill McAnally Racing has announced that Derek Kraus will drive the No. 16 NAPA Auto Parts Toyota next season, as he contends for the championship in the NASCAR K&N Pro Series West.
Jimmy Zacharias will make his NASCAR K&N Pro Series East debut during the season opening event at Florida’s New Smyrna Speedway on Feb. 11.
NASCAR officials announced the 2018 K&N Pro Series West schedule on Monday morning, with a huge addition coming in the form of a Sept. 13 trip to the Las Vegas Motor Speedway Dirt Track.
In an announcement so quiet it didn’t show up on the radar until long after the NASCAR Touring Series Awards ended Friday night at the NASCAR Hall of Fame, Chris Eggleston will not return to Bill McAnally Racing next year.
NASCAR officials have announced a 14-race, 13 weekend schedule for the K&N Pro Series East next season, coming on the heels of a year in which graduates of the tour made a heavy impact on the highest levels of the sport.