Watch as Race Chaser Online analysts Chris Murdock and Tom Baker ride with NBC Sports’ Jeff Burton for a lap around the new Charlotte Motor Speedway Roval during day one of the NASCAR Media Tour on Monday.
While his rookie teammate William Byron celebrated as the NASCAR XFINITY Series champion Saturday night at Homestead-Miami Speedway, Elliott Sadler was left fuming at yet another opportunity that slipped away.
Despite their best attempts to overcome adversity and contend for their first NASCAR XFINITY Series championships, disappointment was the overriding emotion for both Justin Allgaier and Daniel Hemric on Saturday night.
Johnny Sauter, Austin Cindric and Matt Crafton all took the green flag for Friday night’s Ford EcoBoost 200 at Homestead-Miami Speedway with aspirations of winning the NASCAR Camping World Truck Series championship, but each of them fell just short of that goal.
Though Noah Gragson appeared to be on his way to playing spoiler for the second time in the last three NASCAR Camping World Truck Series races, it all unraveled in the final laps Friday night at Phoenix Raceway.
It took a roller-coaster day to make it possible, but Kyle Busch rallied from below the elimination line to move on in the Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series playoffs thanks to his performance in Sunday’s Hollywood Casino 400 at Kansas Speedway.
Despite Cole Custer’s best efforts to keep his mile-and-a-half hot streak going at Kansas Speedway on Saturday, a late-race tire issue foiled a strong finish and led to heartbreak in the Heartland for the NASCAR XFINITY Series rookie.
The CARS eSports Tour contested two 125-lap features to decide its champions in the late model stock and super late model divisions Wednesday night, and although the final point standings were dominated by Matt Kocher and Christian Pedersen, the league saw two new faces claim their first wins in the series.
Zack Novak left the NASCAR B Open Series field in his dust, hitting the jackpot to win during Tuesday’s Race Night at Las Vegas Motor Speedway on RaceSpot TV and iRacing Live.
The NASCAR PEAK Antifreeze Series powered by iRacing is set to kick off at the virtual Daytona Int’l Speedway, with teams making a myriad of changes this offseason trying to prepare for a run at the championship and the $10,000 prize that comes with it.