Erik Jones’ last-ditch push had a victory payoff on Sunday. Neck-and-neck with Ryan Blaney entering the final dozen laps, Jones finally slipped ahead after a restart and rolled to a 1.958-second victory margin in Sunday’s Owens Corning AttiCat 300 race at Chicagoland Speedway.
In an 11th hour agreement, Bebida Beverage Company (BeBevCo.) announced today that investors of the KOMA Unwind® Liquid Relaxation (@KOMAUnwindNews) brand and supporters of NASCAR driver Carl Long have agreed to sponsor the No. 23 Ford Mustang in tomorrow’s Royal Purple 300 at Auto Club (Calif.) Speedway.
After a two week hiatus, Dakoda Armstrong and the No. 43 WinField are eager to get back to the track. The spring race at Texas Motor Speedway was a great performance by the team and makes for a perfect site to return to racing after the fall break.
As the beginning of a new year of racing approaches, it's often difficult to keep up with the off-season changes. Drivers move to different teams, crew chiefs come and go, new sponsors are announced and more. To aid your transition into the 2016 NASCAR season, I've compiled a list of the major changes.
AUSTIN CINDRIC, No. 22 Discount Tire Ford Mustang – WHAT DID YOU NEED THE LAST PART OF THE RACE? “I needed track position and a long green flag run. We had an awesome Discount Tire Ford Mustang today, something definitely capable of winning the race today and locking us into Homestead, but we didn’t quite get what we needed to going to that third strage. I was just relying on track position from there on out and got three cautions we didn’t need, but I’m just really thankful to be in these Playoffs and in this system. I’m excited for Homestead next week. I think we’ve got a really good shot at going out there and being a surprise winner.”
The Key Motorsports Chevrolet Impala driven by Mike Bliss will carry the colors of Westerman Companies in Friday night’s 300-mile NASCAR Nationwide Series event at Charlotte Motor Speedway.
Following Michael Annett's long-overdue win in Saturday's NASCAR Racing Experience 300 at Daytona, many fans and NASCAR peers took issue with the show the Xfinity Series put together, calling it lackluster and boring.