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NASCAR Hall of Famers Ned Jarrett, Jack Ingram and Jerry Cook highlighted Hickory (N.C.) Motor Speedway’s inaugural reunion.
Seven-time NASCAR Cup Series champion is ready for the 2019 season with new sponsor, crew chief for first time in his Cup Series career with Hendrick Motorsports.
NASCAR fans have just hours remaining to register for the eNASCAR Heat Pro League.
Former general manager and director of competition at Rev Racing, Jefferson Hodges, moves to NASCAR national series team.
It you got NASCAR Heat 3 for Christmas, there’s still time to register to qualify and possibly compete in the first ever eNASCAR Heat 3 Pro League.
Dale Jr. and sister Kelley Earnhardt-Miller speak about the exciting new integration of NASCAR and eSports.
Fresh off of the team's first full-time season in the NASCAR Cup Series, Rick Ware Racing has decided to expand their operations.
Fairgrounds Speedway operator Formosa Productions and Bristol Motor Speedway reach agreement to possibly bring NASCAR racing back to Nashville.
13-year NASCAR veteran joins NBC Sports Group to cover various events for the network in 2019 including IMSA coverage and contribute to NASCAR America.
Richard Childress Racing makes several announcements around celebrating 50th year of the organization in 2019 beginning in the Daytona 500.
Jay Frye joined IndyCar in 2013 and moves into top position with the organization as part of restructuring announced Monday by Hulman and Company.
Longtime Whelen Engineering executive Phil Kurze passed away after a long illness Wednesday night at age 69.
Retired NASCAR star Dale Earnhardt Jr. will pace the field to the green flag in the Daytona 500 in a truck for the first time.
Network airings look a lot like this past season with one notable change to start the 2019 NASCAR Cup Series playoffs in Las Vegas.
Fresh off of winning his second NASCAR PEAK Mexico Series championship, Ruben Garcia is ready for the 2019 season.