NASCAR’s Camping World Truck Series saw a champion from previous years pull off an exciting win, while first-timers cruised into victory lane in both the XFINITY and the Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series.
News, driver interviews, and the latest in NASCAR event coverage including the Xfinity series, Camping World Truck series, and Sprint Cup challenge with schedules and results.
Some of NASCAR’s youngest drivers took to the track last night and dominated, while a couple of others suffered bad luck during their Duel race.
In an attempt to give us better racing, NASCAR makes changes to their rules packages every year, and this year is no different.
The 2018 Clash at Daytona had a suitably predictable outcome as Keselowski takes home victory.
Austin Cindric, just 19 years old, will race the entire 33-contest NASCAR XFINITY Series (NXS) in 2018, working with two different organizations, both winning enterprises.
Five NASCAR icons – two drivers, a crew chief/owner, an engine builder/owner and a broadcaster – were enshrined into the NASCAR Hall of Fame in Charlotte, North Carolina.
A number of changes to the NASCAR landscape were announced last year before the season ended.
Irwindale Speedway is like the mythical phoenix – it keeps rising from the dead.
Roush-Fenway will form a driver development program designed to ensure they always have talented drivers waiting to step into empty cars in the Cup Series.
Richard Petty confirmed an earlier SportsBusiness Daily report to Kickin’ the Tires reporter Jerry Jordan that Richard Petty Motorsports (RPM) will switch from Ford to Chevrolet as well as form an alliance with Richard Childress Racing (RCR) in 2018.