Richmond International Raceway – Did You Know?
Bristol Motor Speedway – Did You Know?
NASCAR travels to Bristol Motor Speedway this weekend for the Monster Energy Cup Series Food City 500. The first Food City 500 was held on April 5, 1992, 25 years ago. But did you know that it was won by Alan Kulwicki who started from the pole and led 252 laps to claim his second consecutive victory at Bristol? [..]
Texas Motor Speedway – Did You Know?
This weekend the Monster Energy NASCAR Truck Series heads to Texas Motor Speedway for the O’Reilly Auto Parts 500. With his victory at Martinsville, Brad Keselowski became the first driver to grab multiple wins this season. But did you know that Hendrick Motorsports and Joe Gibbs Racing, the two most successful active teams in NASCAR, are winless after six races? [..]
Martinsville Speedway – Did You Know?
This weekend the Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series heads to Martinsville Speedway for the sixth race of the season. It’s the shortest track on the circuit and a favorite of both fans and drivers. But did you know it’s the only track that has hosted Cup races every year since the beginning of the Cup series in 1949? [..]
Auto Club Speedway – Did you Know?
Phoenix Raceway – Did You Know?
The first Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series race, the Checker 400, was run at Phoenix Raceway in November 1988. Alan Kulwicki, in his third full-time season, captured his first career Cup win after Ricky Rudd suffered an engine failure, giving the lead to Kulwicki. However, there was one more “first” to come. [..]
Las Vegas Motor Speedway – Did You Know?
Atlanta Motor Speedway – Did You Know?
Daytona 500 – Did You Know?
Sunday, Feb. 26 will mark the 59th running of the Daytona 500 but did you know that it has been the season-opener only since 1982? The first “Great American Race” was held in 1959 and won by Lee Petty in his first appearance at the event in his No. 42 Oldsmobile Super 88. He led 38 laps and won by two feet in a photo finish battle with Johnny Beauchamp and Joe Weatherly. [..]