NASCAR today announced it will return to racing on May 17, which will kick off a slate of races that includes seven events in three series at two race tracks – Darlington Raceway and Charlotte Motor Speedway.
Chip Ganassi Racing announced today that Matt Kenseth is set to comeback to NASCAR to drive the No. 42 Chevrolet once NASCAR resumes for the 2020 season.
Alex Bowman and his No. 88 would find victory lane at virtual Talladega Superspeedway after a late race restart. At the end it was a race down to the wire as he held off drivers Corey LaJoie and Ryan Preece.
"It was not easy for sure," Norris said to NBCSN following his victory. "It was a tough race, especially Pato (O' Ward) closing down with new tires at the end."
William Byron held off a hard charging Timmy Hill to take the checkered flag at Richmond in the eNASCAR Pro Invitational iRacing Series. It would be the first time in the series that a driver would win back-to-back races.
In what was a thrilling final 10 laps at IndyCar's virtual return at Twin Ring Motegi, last week's Michigan winner Simon Pagenaud, held off a hard charging Scott Dixon for his second consecutive IndyCar challenge win.
Chip Ganassi Racing and Chevrolet have cut ties with Larson for the foreseeable future.
The defending Indy 500 winner, Simon Pagenaud was close on fuel at the end of the race, but saved just enough to take the checkered flag to win the Chevrolet 275. The win came as a surprise to the Frenchman.
NASCAR today announced the 15 nominees for the NASCAR Hall of Fame’s Class of 2021, introducing the Modern Era and Pioneer Ballots for the first time.