ATLANTA, Ga. — Photo Courtesy Chris Murdock — The good news from Atlanta Motor Speedway on this raceday morning is that the sun is shining brightly and there is hardly a cloud in the sky. Temperatures are expected to climb into the 60’s by the time the green flag drops on the Folds of Honor QuikTrip 500. This, after two …
John Hunter Nemechek’s roller-coaster Saturday at Atlanta Motor Speedway started out “sketchy,” but ultimately ended with a solid top-five finish in his NASCAR XFINITY Series debut.
On a day when even getting the Folds of Honor QuikTrip 500 to its full distance seemed like a long shot at best, Kevin Harvick produced the closest thing NASCAR had to a drop-dead guarantee.
A miscue by Kevin Harvick on a late restart allowed Brad Keselowski to sneak through and win the second stage of Sunday’s Folds of Honor QuikTrip 500 at Atlanta Motor Speedway.
Kevin Harvick got his Folds of Honor QuikTrip 500 off to the exact same start he did one year ago, winning the opening stage on Sunday at Atlanta Motor Speedway in dominating fashion.
Even though he entered Atlanta Motor Speedway this weekend as the Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series points leader for the first time in his career, Ryan Blaney isn’t worried about being on top of the heap.
For Martin Truex Jr., a lot has changed since 2005.
For the second year in a row at Atlanta Motor Speedway, late-race circumstances took Kyle Busch out of contention for a NASCAR Camping World Truck Series win and opened the door for a thrilling finish.
Kevin Harvick left no doubt in anyone’s mind who the fastest cat in town was during Saturday’s NASCAR XFINITY Series Rinnai 250 at Atlanta Motor Speedway.
Cole Custer exited Atlanta Motor Speedway’s infield care center understandably frustrated on Saturday afternoon, following a vicious lap 11 crash that eliminated him from the Rinnai 250.
Saturday morning, Christopher Bell got his NASCAR XFINITY Series tenure at Atlanta Motor Speedway off to a flying start, topping three-round knockout qualifying to earn his second-career series pole ahead of the Rinnai 250.
Though he was the king of mile-and-a-half race tracks one year ago, defending Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series champion Martin Truex Jr.’s quest to retain that title got off to a rocky start on Friday at Atlanta Motor Speedway.