With the first race of the 2019 INDYCAR season right around the corner speculation is already rampant in terms of who this season's favorites are to win the opener. Led by Sebastien Bourdais, this group of drivers are the ones to watch to take the checkered at St. Pete.
About the only thing Kyle Busch didn’t win on Saturday was the one prize he wasn’t eligible for. But the driver of the No. 18 Joe Gibbs Racing Toyota won everything else, capping a phenomenal day at Indianapolis Motor Speedway with a victory in the Lilly Diabetes 250 NASCAR XFINITY Series race—and he did so with tires that were 23 laps older than those of his pursuers.
SPARTA, Ky. -- Erik Jones topped the chart in second XFINITY Series practice at Kentucky Speedway. The driver of the No. 20 Joe Gibbs Racing Toyota was the fastest in the second practice session with a time of 28.994 and a speed of 186.245 mph.
Clint Bowyer has been one of the fastest cars all week, and he showed that again during Saturday's final Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series practice at Atlanta Motor Speedway.
I didn't want a podium up here, but all right, thanks for coming. It's occurred to me there must be some sort of thing that people do on the internet where they communicate really quickly because everybody found out about this in a hurry, Twitter or something.
NASCAR and Bristol Motor Speedway today announced the format for the NASCAR All-Star Race, including the introduction of a ‘choose rule’ that will allow drivers to choose which lane they line up in for restarts.
Staff Report | NASCAR.com Fifteen-year premier series veteran Kasey Kahne revealed that 2018 will be his last full-time season in the Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series. Kahne, 38, currently drives...
Kyle Busch opened the door, and that was all the invitation Erik Jones needed. When Busch, the polesitter for Saturday’s The Drive for Safety 300 at Chicagoland Speedway, spun with a tire down while leading on Lap 182 of 200, Jones took full advantage of his Joe Gibbs Racing teammate’s misfortune.