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Kyle Busch to compete in 2020 Rolex 24

Joe Gibbs Racing driver and 2019 Monster Energy Series championship hopeful Kyle Busch will compete in the 2020 Rolex 24 endurance race at Daytona International Speedway.

Kurt Busch remembers favorite moment racing with Dale Earnhardt

Busch is one of the few active drivers in today's sport that was lucky enough to race against Dale Earnhardt back in the day.

Gragson and Allgaier leave Kansas with solid runs

Kansas City, KS - Justin Allgaier was still looking for his first career Xfinity Series win of the 2019 season heading into Saturday's race at Kansas Speedway. He came close a couple of weeks ago at Dover, dominating the race before losing it late.

John Hunter Nemechek earns top-10 finish at Kansas

Kansas City, KS - By finishing seventh at the Charlotte Roval and eighth at Dover, John Hunter Nemechek came into Kansas looking to keep that consistency going into Kansas.

Christian Eckes dominates to win the race and ARCA championship at Kansas

It was a dominating race by the Venturini Motorsports team at Kansas Speedway and a battle between two championship contenders, Michael Self and Christian Eckes, that was decided by one position on the race track. Even an engine change would not stop Eckes from winning.

10-Time NASCAR Cup Series Race Winner Returns to No. 14 Ford Mustang

Stewart-Haas Racing (SHR) has extended its relationship with driver Clint Bowyer, keeping the 10-time NASCAR Cup Series race winner in the team’s No. 14 Ford Mustang for 2020.

ARCA Menards Series Preview-Kansas

After 19 races of ARCA Menards Series action, the season is coming to a close Friday night in the heartland at Kansas Speedway where a champion will be crowned.

McDowell rounds out top five finishers at Talladega

McDowell has been close multiple times to pulling off the upset victory at either Daytona or Talladega, but always seem to fall short.

Hamlin rebounds to top five finish

On Saturday, the No. 11 Joe Gibbs Racing (JGR) team had to make an engine and was forced to start 40th at Talladega. But it didn't take long for Denny Hamlin to get to the front prior to the postponement. In fact, the JGR driver worked himself into the top-10 just a few laps into the first stage.

Newman falls short at Talladega in photo finish

Ryan Newman and his No. 6 Roush Fenway Racing team fell 0.007 seconds of a possible surprise victory at Talladega Superspeedway on Monday afternoon. Newman made a late race surge to the front out of Turns 3&4 and had quite the run coming to the checkered.