Indianapolis Motor Speedway officials announced Monday that Big Machine Vodka will serve as the entitlement partner of the annual Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series event at Indianapolis Motor Speedway.
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.
NASCAR legend Jeff Gordon will drive the 2017 Chevrolet Camaro ZL1 pace car to lead the field to the start of the 24th annual Brickyard 400 on July 23 at Indianapolis Motor Speedway.
Indianapolis Motor Speedway officials announced Thursday that on-track activity for the Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series during Brickyard 400 weekend will be condensed from three days to two.
As we come to the end of another racing year, I’ve done some thinking, and as I look back on 2016, there are three races that stood out to me … all of which I saw in person.
In part two of a special five-part series, our James Pike looks back on his memories of the second stage of Tony Stewart’s colorful career, including his 2005 win at Indianapolis Motor Speedway and subsequent series championship.
Defending NASCAR Sprint Cup Series champion Kyle Busch wrote his name alongside NASCAR’s greatest following his dominating win in the Combat Wounded Coalition 400 on Sunday at Indianapolis Motor Speedway.
Jeff Gordon battled through a day in which he called his restarts “just plain bad,” finishing 13th in his first NASCAR Sprint Cup Series start since November of 2015 on Sunday as he returned to Indianapolis Motor Speedway.
Hoping to make a statement in his final NASCAR Sprint Cup Series attempt at Indianapolis Motor Speedway, three-time champion and two-time Brickyard 400 winner Tony Stewart ultimately said he “had fun” despite his day unraveling in the final laps.