The NASCAR Xfinity Series and the Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series head to Daytona International Speedway this weekend. Saturday will mark the end of an era as next year's event will be moved from its traditional Independence Day date to Aug. 29 where it will host the regular season finale.
This weekend NASCAR heads to Chicagoland Speedway. The Gander Outdoors Truck Series starts off the tripleheader on Friday night with the Camping World 225 followed by the Xfinity Series Camping World 300 Saturday afternoon. The Monster Energy Cup Series Camping World 400 will close out the weekend activities with the Camping World 400, Sunday at 3 p.m.
It's past the halfway point in the 2019 NASCAR regular season, and so far the rookies across the three national divisions have been engaged in tight battles to be the supreme rookie in their division.
t's easy to shout this from the rooftops. The NASCAR Xfinity Series needs, needs, needs, more standalone events. There's Iowa, Road America, Mid-Ohio...and that's really all.
Cole Custer in his No.00 SHR Ford completely dominated the first stage of the race and was leading until a late caution flag came out. Tyler Reddick took over the lead until the final turn when he slipped up just enough for Custer to make the pass and win in overtime.