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Michael Self got off to fast start in his effort to contend for another ARCA Menards Series title.
Until this month, Hailie Deegan had only visited Daytona International Speedway, having never turned a lap on its oval track or road course.
Hailie Deegan saw many benefits in joining Ford’s NASCAR driver development program but the biggest may be the opportunities still to come.
Hailie Deegan will continue her NASCAR career as a development driver but for Ford Performance rather than Toyota, Motorsport.com has learned.
Hailie Deegan will be on double-duty this weekend, running the K&N East race on Thursday at Bristol Motor Speedway before heading to Evergreen Speedway for a West race on Saturday.
Hailie Deegan is ready to take her next step in her stock car racing career.
Fresh off her second career NASCAR K&N Pro Series West win, NASCAR Next driver Hailie Deegan will drive a Toyota Supra pace car for today’s Xfinity Series race at Las Vegas Motor Speedway.
After coming so close to winning last season, Hailie Deegan was not to be denied again in Las Vegas.
Hailie Deegan had already been turning heads in NASCAR, now she’s made history.
Sheldon Creed cleared the way to victory in the inaugural NASCAR K&N Pro Series West race at The Dirt Track at Las Vegas Motor Speedway after a cloudy start.
The Motorsport.com NASCAR team previews NASCAR's first road course race of the 2018 season at Sonoma Raceway.
After taking a long break since the season opener in February, the NASCAR K&N Pro Series East gets back on track Saturday at Bristol (Tenn.) Motor Speedway, the first of five races over the next nine weeks.
Hailie Deegan, a rising star in the NASCAR K&N Pro Series, has already gained the attention of former NASCAR Cup Series champion Kevin Harvick.
The season opener for the NASCAR K&N Pro Series East highlights nine nights of short track racing at New Smyrna (Fla.) Speedway.
The California 16-year-old driver will run full K&N West schedule with veteran team owner Bill McAnally and also compete in select East events.
Seventeen drivers will take part in a three-day tryout next month at New Smyrna (Fla.) Speedway to compete for spots in the 2017 edition of NASCAR’s Drive for Diversity driver development program.