Brad Keselowski was untouchable during the NASCAR Nationwide Series race, starting from pole position and leading most of the event
Ford sweeps the top three spots
After a seven month hiatus, LaJoie is thrilled to race again on the Nationwide tour
'Still nothing to shake your fist at'
Bayne drives to 10th from 21st-place starting spot
NNS Rookie of the Year Candidate takes helm of historic No. 60.
Keselowski led the way to Ford’s manufacturer title with seven wins
Keselowski's victory gives Ford the win
While the NASCAR Cup drivers were trading off the top spots in the Nationwide race, Austin Dillon and Sam Hornish Jr. were focused on the title fight.
Final battles ready to commence for the top-tier of NASCAR.
"This is the perfect time to go out there and risk it all for the win"
"I'm really looking forward to Phoenix. I think it's going to be a really fun weekend"
Penske Racing’s Brad Keselowski made the move from the pack of the pack for the Nationwide series win at Texas Motor Speedway.
"I’m really excited to be able to get back in a Nationwide car at Texas Motor Speedway”
Busch had to make his way to the front this time at Charlotte to take his eighth win with a clean sweep this year at the North Carolina track.
Roush Fenway Racing announces Ryan Reed as the driver of the No. 16 American Diabetes Association Drive to Stop Diabetes SM presented by Lilly Diabetes Ford Mustang for the 2014 NASCAR Nationwide Series season
"I didn't do a great job with qualifying, but was working my way up when I got into the No. 99 and spun"
"We've been running really well on short tracks lately, so I'm really looking forward to Dover"
The 19-year-old became the second-youngest NNS 300-mile race winner in track history after leading 96 of 200 laps
Carl Edwards on Sprint Cup, Brad Keselowski on Nationwide and Ross Chastain on Camping World Truck.
The No. 6 Cargill/Sam’s Club team battled hard all night, starting third and racing in the top-five for most of the night.
Travis Pastrana: "It was the second race this year I crossed the finish line backward through the grass."