Indianapolis Motor Speedway – Did You Know?

While the track is best known for the Indianapolis 500, NASCAR has made its mark there as well. Did you know that “kissing the bricks” was started by Dale Jarrett? In 1996, after winning the Brickyard 400, Jarrett and his crew chief, Todd Parrott, paid tribute to the track’s history by kneeling down and kissing the “Yard of Bricks.”

Hot 20 – Indianapolis is fine, but all things considered, I’d rather have been...

The most anticipated race of the week is not the one slated for Sunday in Indianapolis. Sure, the Brickyard has been around since 1909. Sure, it has been home to the Indianapolis 500 since 1911. Yes, it has hosted NASCAR’s Brickyard 400 since 1994, when Jeff Gordon won his first of five at the iconic track.

Underfunded Team Series: Copp Motorsports and D.J. Copp – Part One

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In NASCAR, there are big teams who run up front and contend for the win each week and there are also smaller teams. The smaller teams are some of the hardest working teams in NASCAR, with some teams only having volunteers to help them out.  In this case, those smaller teams are working 24/7 toward the next race.

NXS Recap: Kyle Busch Wins and Ryan Preece Impresses at New Hampshire

LOUDON, N.H. – Kyle Busch’s celebratory burnout produced a cloud of smoke over the frontstretch at New Hampshire Motor Speedway, but Ryan Preece’s first run in top-of-the-line equipment made an even bigger impression in Saturday’s Overton’s 200 NASCAR XFINITY Series race.

The Season to Date for Ryan Newman

This season for the "rocket man" Ryan Newman is roughly on par with his 2016 campaign.

New Hampshire – Did You Know?

But did you know that the first race at New Hampshire was also Davey Allison’s final race? He finished third, behind Wallace and Mark Martin, scoring his sixth top five of ’93. The following day Allison lost his life in a helicopter crash at Talladega Superspeedway.

Aric is back and ready to throw it back

When Aric Almirola suffered an acute compression fracture to his T5 vertebra during an accident at Kansas Speedway back in May, the expectation was that the veteran driver for Richard Petty Motorsports would be sidelined anywhere from eight to twelve weeks. After a grueling rehab process that included physical therapy and swimming, Almirola had just one step left to go before he could return.

NASCAR Top-10 Power Rankings: Kentucky

1. Martin Truex Jr.: Truex led 152 of 274 laps at Kentucky and easily handled a late restart to win the Quaker State 400.

Erik Jones to Drive the No. 20 Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series Toyota Camry for...

Huntersville, NC (July 11, 2017) – Joe Gibbs Racing (JGR) announces today that driver Erik Jones will drive the No. 20 Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series Camry for the organization beginning in 2018.

Bell Takes Late Lead and Holds Off Challenger to Win Truck Race at Kentucky

SPARTA, Ky. -- An early spin didn't stop Christopher Bell from returning to the front to claim victory in the Buckle Up In Your Seat 225 at Kentucky Speedway.