Busch wins the North Carolina Education Lottery 200

Kyle Busch overcame mistakes and some loose lug nuts early Saturday morning at Charlotte Motor Speedway and won the truck series North Carolina Education Lottery 200 after a lengthy rain causing the race not to begin until 11 p.m.

Vickers out for the season

Brian Vickers says he will be out at least six months which amounts to the remainder of the NASCAR season due to blood clots in his lungs and left leg.

Trevor Bayne – Working Smarter for Success

Bayne has two goals for his season. The first one is to get the most out of what he calls a “top five team.” His second goal is to use the season as preparation for his future.

Angie’s Excellent Adventure at Darlington Raceway

“The Lady in Black” welcomed me with open arms and it was an experience that I will never forget.

Kahne to Hendrick

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Richard Petty Motorsports (RPM) has confirmed that Kasey Kahne, who has been with the team since 2004, will be leaving No. 9 Ford at the end of this season.

Q & A with Martinsville Speedway

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Daytona 500 Winner Jamie McMurray Enjoys Victory Tour Through San Francisco

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Daytona 500 champion Jamie McMurray celebrated his victory with a true taste of Northern California in San Francisco on Wednesday...

Q & A with Atlanta Motor Speedway (Race 4 & 25)

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Harvick wins Bud Shootout for second consecutive season

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Despite not having any practice laps due to illness, Kevin Harvick made the pass for the lead with two laps remaining in Saturday night’s Budweiser Shootout and went on to win for the second consecutive season.

Trevor Bayne: One Step Closer to his Dream

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Trevor is grateful for all the opportunities he’s been given and the promise that lies ahead. But for now, he’s taking the advice of four time Sprint Cup Champ Jimmie Johnson who told him to “take it one step at a time, keep his head down and work hard.”