Elliott Sadler finished the day in the sixth position, and moved within six points of the lead for the Nationwide Series driver championship points.
With this finish, Buescher would tie his career best finish of 12th at PIR in a NASCAR Nationwide Series car.
NNS Rookie of the Year Candidate takes helm of historic No. 60.
Brendan Gaughan and RCR head to PHX.
Ty Dillon and RCR head to PHX.
Brian Scott and RCR head to PHX.
Preview for the Blue Jeans Go Green 200 at Phoenix International Raceway.
Blue Jeans Go Green 200 presented by Cotton, the Fabric of Our Lives, at Phoenix International Raceway.
NASCAR K&N West Series driver from Edmonton, Canada will make his NASCAR Nationwide debut at PIR with Kapusta Racing.
Harvick posted the Fastest Lap of the Race for six circuits, while Scott posted four Fastest Laps and Dillon posted one.
Driving his No. 54 for the Joe Gibbs Racing Toyota team, Kyle Busch notched his fifth win at the Phoenix International Raceway. Today’s NASCAR Nationwide race was his first win in the series since September 2011.
Travis Pastrana, driver of the No. 60 Roush Fenway Ford Mustang in the NASCAR Nationwide Series, kicked off the weekend at Phoenix International Raceway by answering questions from the media about last week’s 10th-place finish at Daytona and on...
Tony Stewart, No. 14 Bass Pro Shops/Mobil 1 Racing Chevrolet SS, met with the media and discussed the learning process for the new cars. He also spoke about his visit to the Daytona hospitals to check on the injured fans.
Aric Almirola will sub for injured Annett in the No. 43 Flying J Ford.
Daryl Harr joins Mike Wallace at Phoenix International Raceway
After the first of 33 Nationwide Series events, Sadler sits 12th in the driver championship point standings.
Kurt Busch returns with winning Phoenix Racing Team and and Chevrolet.
Five-time champion to pilot No. 5 Great Clips Chevrolet for JR Motorsports.