Ryan Reed and Roush Fenway Racing unveiled Monday the throwback paint scheme that their No. 16 Lilly Diabetes/American Diabetes Association Ford Mustang will carry in the NASCAR XFINITY Series race at Darlington Raceway.
Two weeks ago, when Richard Childress Racing and Ben Kennedy announced they would be teaming up for Kennedy’s NASCAR XFINITY Series debut at Iowa Speedway, their game plan was simple: log laps, keep the car clean, and finish inside the top 10.
For me, Sunday afternoon’s American Ethanol e15 250 for the NASCAR XFINITY Series started to feel like one last hurrah as the laps wound down and Sam Hornish Jr. continued to drive further and further into the Iowa sunset.
An exclusive interview with debuting NASCAR Sprint Cup Series driver Cody Ware, plus winners from Monday night’s second round of the Bojangles’ Summer Shootout will highlight two hours of racing discussion on Motorsports Madness, tonight beginning at 7 p.m. ET on the Performance Motorsports Network.
Sam Hornish made it look like he never left the NASCAR XFINITY Series on Sunday afternoon at Iowa Speedway, putting on a Father’s Day clinic as he led 183 of 250 laps to score the win in the American Ethanol e15 250.
For the eighth time this season, Joe Gibbs Racing swept the top three positions in NASCAR XFINITY Series qualifying and left the rest of their competition searching for answers — led by Erik Jones, who toured the .875-mile Iowa Speedway in 23.204 seconds (135.752 mph) to grab the 21 Means 21 Pole Award for Sunday’s American Ethanol E-15 250.