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Martin Truex Jr. climbs out of his car after winning at Vegas in the South Point 400. Photo courtesy of David Myers for Speedway Media.

Playoff Opener at Vegas goes to Martin Truex Jr.

Martin Truex Jr. becomes the first driver to lock himself into the Round of 12 NASCAR Monster Energy Cup Series Playoffs and wins the South Point 400.
Clint Bowyer will lead the field to the green for the first time since 2007 with his third career pole. Photo courtesy of Rachel Schuoler for Speedway Media.

Clint Bowyer Leads a Stewart Haas Sweep by Winning the Pole for the South...

Clint Bowyer will lead his Ford teammates by winning the Busch Pole Award for the South Point 400 at Las Vegas Motor Speedway in the NASCAR Monster Energy Cup Series.
Erik Jones addresses the media at the South Point Hotel & Casino on Thursday. Photo courtesy of Rachel Schuoler for Speedway Media.

Jones Confident with 2019 Playoff Contention, Focused on Results and Not Luck

With multiple top five finishes and a victory in the Southern 500 at Darlington Raceway, the No. 20 team is focused on making it further into the Playoffs this year.

Weekend Schedule for Las Vegas

The Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series heads to Las Vegas Motor Speedway this weekend where 16 drivers will face off against each other for Round 1 of the Playoffs.

NASCAR Top-10 Power Rankings: Indianapolis

Kevin Harvick started on the pole and led all but 42 laps on his way to capturing his second Brickyard 400 triumph.

RPM co-owner Andrew Murstein’s on-going drive towards diversity

When Bubba Wallace drove the #43 car to a third-place finish at this past week’s NASCAR race at the historic Indianapolis Motor speedway, for Richard Petty Motorsports it was another defining moment for the driver, its owners, and the sport in general. It was one of the best finishes ever by an African American driver in over fifty years since the sport was founded.

Bowyer, Newman make 2019 playoffs

Bowyer came into the Indy race facing the possibility of elimination but the Stewart-Haas Racing driver clinched a spot with a fifth-place finish.

BACK-TO-BACK FORD WINS AT INDIANAPOLIS MOTOR SPEEDWAY- HARVICK KISSES THE BRICKS

Kevin Harvick was the big winner at Indianapolis Motor Speedway, winning the Brickyard 400. This was Harvick’s third win of the season and Stewart-Haas Racing’s 54th overall Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series win. In addition, this marked Ford’s second win in a row at the Brickyard (Brad Keselowski 2018).

Logano falls short at Indy

It was a good effort for Joey Logano and his No. 22 crew but they fell a little short of scoring that elusive win at Indianapolis.

Byron, Hamlin, Larson ready for Playoffs

Byron had a close call with his teammate Jimmie Johnson at the beginning of Stage 3 but fortunately carried on and wound up with a fourth-place effort.