In this lively episode of Motorsports Madness, Murdock has restart issues, the group reviews Michigan, debates Joey Logano restart move and Jacob tees off on Hallie Deegan’s third bump and run in three winning efforts.
After running second to Donny Schatz in Saturday night’s 5-hour Energy Knoxville Nationals, Kyle Larson came to Michigan fired up and seeking vengeance on Sunday afternoon.
A slightly earlier pit stop allowed Martin Truex Jr. to leapfrog race-long dominator Brad Keselowski and collect his 15th stage win of the Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series season Sunday at Michigan Int’l Speedway.
Brad Keselowski dominated the opening stage of Sunday’s Pure Michigan 400, leading 56 of the 60 laps for his fourth stage win of the Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series season.
Saturday morning, Matt Crafton proved he hasn’t lost his touch on the high-speed downforce tracks of the NASCAR Camping World Truck Series, capturing the Keystone Light Pole Award during qualifying at Michigan Int’l Speedway.
Roger Penske’s prowess in the Irish Hills was on full display Friday afternoon at Michigan Int’l Speedway, as his cars locked out the front row in qualifying for the Pure Michigan 400.
A new paint scheme, a new helmet and a new visor – all for a cause.
Four years after his last NASCAR Camping World Truck Series start, Darrell Wallace Jr. will return to his roots and drive for MDM Motorsports in Saturday’s LTi Printing 200 at Michigan Int’l Speedway.
BK Racing announced Wednesday that Brett Moffitt will take over as driver of the No. 83 Toyota Camry for the next two Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series races.
Martin Truex Jr. used a late surge to pass pole winner Kyle Larson for the second time running and became the first Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series driver with double digit stage wins this season Sunday at Michigan Int’l Speedway.
Martin Truex Jr. just continues to fill his playoff point bank in the Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series.
For the second-straight week, a last-lap pass determined the outcome in the NASCAR XFINITY Series, this time with Denny Hamlin edging out rookie William Byron in a photo finish at Michigan Int’l Speedway.