Ag-Pro Joins Talladega Superspeedway’s NASCAR Playoff Weekend as Entitlement Partner for New NASCAR Xfinity...
Officials from Talladega Superspeedway and Ag-Pro Companies, a regional John Deere dealership across seven states, announced today that the newly scheduled NASCAR Xfinity Series race at NASCAR’s Most Competitive track on Saturday, Oct. 3, will be known as the Ag-Pro 300 at TALLADEGA.
William Byron entered Saturday’s Coke Zero Sugar 400 at Daytona International Speedway – the final regular season race of the NASCAR Cup Series season – four points ahead of Hendrick Motorsports teammate and 7-time champion Jimmie Johnson for the 16th and final playoff spot.
A year ago, Justin Haley won the NASCAR Cup Series Coke Zero Sugar 400 at Daytona International Speedway in improbable fashion, having been declared the winner in a race that was cut short due to inclement weather. Friday, he won the NASCAR Xfinity Series Wawa 250 At DAYTONA in a manner that was almost as unexpected.
The Tony Stewart presents The Vankor Texas Sprint Car Nationals, an American Sprint Car Series (ASCS) event scheduled for Oct. 23-24, and multiple events in September and October at Texas Motor Speedway have been canceled due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
Words and phrases that are guaranteed to be heard this week for the cut-off race for the 2020 NASCAR Playoffs – Saturday’s Coke Zero Sugar 400 at Daytona International Raceway – include: “Intense. Pressure-Packed.
Kevin Harvick showed why he was the favorite in that duel by passing Jimmie Johnson one lap into a restart before pulling away to win the “Drydene 311” NASCAR Cup Series race at Dover International Speedway on Sunday, concluding the “Drydene Doubleheader Weekend” and 1,347 total miles of racing across three days and six events.
After spinning out his primary car early in a doubleheader weekend, Chase Briscoe can be forgiven if he felt a little dejected heading into Sunday’s “Drydene 200” NASCAR Xfinity Series race.
Through his long career, when Denny Hamlin would be quizzed by fans on what his least favorite track was, he always had an easy answer: Dover.
Dover International Speedway this weekend unveiled additional permanent recognitions for the most accomplished driver in its long history as Jimmie Johnson makes his final trip to the Monster Mile as a full-time NASCAR Cup Series driver. Johnson stopped by to visit a few of the recognitions today.
With a winless drought that stretched to last fall, Justin Allgaier admits he had thoughts of leaving the weekly grind of top-level motorsports behind.