Ready for Atlanta, the NASCAR Nationwide Series' teams and drivers are up for the challenge
NASCAR Nationwide points battle is tight as the drivers take on Bristol night race.
With the move by Mark Martin to the SHR No. 14 Chevrolet, Brian Vickers steps up to the plate earlier than expected in the No. 55 MWR Toyota.
Twice this year, Allmendinger drove the No. 22 Penske Racing NNS car, and both times on road courses that he raced on many times in the past.
NASCAR Nationwide Series top-10 in the standings are separated by only 74 points as they head to the road course in the middle of Ohio.
In 2014, Vickers will race the No. 55 Michael Waltrip Racing Toyota full-time in the NASCAR Sprint Cup Series
Brad Keselowski flew from Pocono to contest the U.S. Cellular 250 NASCAR Nationwide Series race at Iowa Speedway and took the win. Teammate Sam Hornish Jr. handed Penske Racing a one-two finish.
Sam Hornish Jr. has the experience on the Indianapolis Motor Speedway but his top two rivals in the points will also be looking for the NASCAR Nationwide Indiana 250 victory. Six drivers will start their first race at the famous speedway.
Elliott Sadler is still seething over last weekend's crash with Regan Smith in New Hampshire.
Half way home, full throttle. And full emotion.
Good win by the Joe Gibbs Racing team and driver Kyle Busch as they made it to the finish with just a tad of fuel in the NASCAR Nationwide Series’ New Hampshire Motor Speedway 200.
Joey Logano obviously likes Dover International Speedway as he said “This is my favorite race track!”
The Toyota team is strong in the NASCAR Nationwide Series events at the Auto Club Speedway in Fontana, and Kyle Busch proved that again! Sam Hornish still holds the points lead.
Thunder Valley lived up to its reputation with the close racing and finishes. Kyle Busch notched the NASCAR Nationwide Series win over Kyle Larson by a “fender”
With the win, Hornish takes the series point lead.