Cole Custer put on a driving clinic in South Florida on Saturday evening, scoring his first-career NASCAR XFINITY Series win in the season-ending Ford EcoBoost 300 and setting a record in the process.
The rough and tumble nature of short track racing often lends itself by nature to surprise winners, and Saturday afternoon at Martinsville Speedway, Noah Gragson shocked the playoff field and broke down the door to victory lane.
In one of the wildest NASCAR XFINITY Series road races in history, one of the tour’s ultimate underdogs got his moment to celebrate in the sun Sunday afternoon at Road America.
Chris Ferguson made his home-state fans proud on Thursday night, winning his first-career Lucas Oil Late Model Dirt Series race in the Dunn-Benson Ford Wayne Gray Memorial presented by Campbell University at Fayetteville Motor Speedway.
The Wood Brothers have long had a penchant for carrying drivers to their first-career Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series victories, with five of the team’s last seven wins coming at the hands of first-timers.
After losing the ARCA Racing Series event at Talladega Superspeedway in May on the final restart, Riley Herbst stressed that he wanted a chance at redemption.
On a night when it appeared that Martin Truex Jr. would stake his claim as the current-era master of NASCAR’s longest race, a fuel mileage gamble handed Austin Dillon his first-career win and a golden ticket into the playoffs.
All the stars aligned for 18-year-old Parker Price-Miller on Sunday night at Tri-State Speedway, as he held off a star-studded field for his first-career World of Outlaws Craftsman Sprint Car Series victory.
It may have taken him seven years and 158 races, but Ricky Stenhouse Jr. finally found his way to victory lane in the Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series, winning Sunday’s GEICO 500 at Talladega Superspeedway.
After watching many of his drivers roll into victory lane over the past 18 months, MDM Motorsports co-owner Travis Miller finally got his own chance to celebrate on Saturday night at South Boston Speedway.
When you go to your local dirt track, we all have different things we are looking for to leave that night saying we were entertained.
Cole Glasson put an end to the dominance of David Roberts at Anderson Motor Speedway last Thursday, turning back the driver who has scored all but two wins at the track and scoring his first-career NASCAR Whelen All American Series win at the three-eighths mile oval.