Tony Stewart took his 5th win in the last six February Nationwide races, but his concern was for the drivers and fans after the race.
While the winning team in the NASCAR Nationwide Series team celebrating at Richmond, an altercation on pit road took place between Brian Scott and Nelson Piquet Jr. which later led to two arrests.
The NASCAR Sprint Cup Series teams wrapped up their Daytona International Speedway testing of the new cars for the 2013 season.
Matt Kenseth enjoyed celebrating with his JGR team after their success at Kansas Speedway but days later came the news from NASCAR, and the statement from TRD.
NASCAR Sprint Cup testing was uneventful until Earnhardt Jr. decided to give Ambrose a push going down the back stretch. It did not work out as planned. A total of 12 cars were involved in the crash that followed.
The JGR drivers Hamlin, Kenseth and Bush set the top-three times testing the draft. Most teams concentrated on single car runs with Burton holding the single car fastest lap speed.
Tempers flared after Brian Scott, Austin Dillon and Justin Allgaier were involved in a late race crash. Scott blamed Nelson Piquet Jr. and tempers flared on pit road. Later that night, two RCR crew members were arrested in the parking lot where the...
After Thursday on track testing action, Fan Fest will host question and answer sessions with the drivers for the fans.
No. 20 Joe Gibbs Toyota, sort of, won their appeal while Penske Racing lost their cause except for the suspensions being reduced.
Wild race at Dover International Speedway saw a bit of controversy toward the end but Tony Stewart and his SHR Chevy team enjoy their celebration. It was a sweep of the podium for the Chevy teams.
Joe Gibbs Racing’s Matt Kenseth certainly took to his new ride in a Toyota this year. His former Roush Fenway Racing Ford teammate Carl Edwards joins Kenseth on the front row.
Kyle Busch pulled off a double at Texas Motor Speedway: The Nationwide series victory last night was followed up with tonight’s Cup win.
Denny Hamlin snags the NASCAR Sprint Cup Series Coca-Cola 600 pole in his Joe Gibbs Racing Toyota. Kurt Busch turned in the second-fastest qualifying time.
Matt Kenseth thought he was dreaming at the end of the NASCAR Sprint Cup Series race but he was wide awake when he scored his first career win at Darlington Speedway.
The final battle for the NASCAR Sprint Cup Series’ Coca-Cola 600 marathon at Charlotte Motor Speedway came down to wire between Kevin Harvick and Kasey Kahne. Kurt Busch was third.
Once again, Jimmie Johnson took the victory in the Martinsville 500. The Hendrick Motorsports driver holds the record as the winningest active driver at the “paper clip” track.
White will run a limited schedule for the new Nationwide team. White has 40-career starts in the NASCAR Nationwide Series. Since 2008 he has raced in the NASCAR Camping World Truck Series.
Mark Martin lost another record to Kyle Bush, this one for the most NASCAR Nationwide wins at the Charlotte Motor Speedway.
RCR No. 2 Nationwide team penalties upheld by the National Stock Car Racing Appeals Panel
In recent weeks Kurt Busch has been having fun piloting a V8 Supercar at the Circuit of the Americas and an IndyCar on the famed Indianapolis Motor Speedway. Today he earned the NASCAR Sprint Cup Series pole at Darlington, South Carolina.