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For the second time this season, John Hunter Nemechek beat his boss, Kyle Busch, and both times its translated into victory.
An upcoming NASCAR Cup Series race at Richmond (Va.) Raceway typically didn’t stir good emotions for Austin Dillon, but that was then, and this is now.
Chase Briscoe had no illusions that a move to the NASCAR Cup Series would be easy, but nothing like this.
NASCAR veteran Jennifer Jo Cobb will make her Cup Series debut later this month at Talladega (Ala.) Superspeedway.
Joe Gibbs loves when all of his NASCAR teams are running well but when two are racing for the win, then it can become a little dicey.
Chase Elliott never led a lap at Martinsville and really never had a shot for the win, but a “smooth day” was just what he and his No. 9 Hendrick Motorsports team needed.
It took nearly two days but night racing at Martinsville (Va.) Speedway helped make Martin Truex Jr. the first two-time winner in the NASCAR Cup Series this season.
Mother Nature has once again thrown a NASCAR race weekend into chaos as racing at Martinsville (Va.) Speedway has been postponed for a second consecutive day.
NASCAR tried desperately to complete Friday night’s Xfinity Series race at Martinsville (Va.) Speedway, but the weather would just not cooperate.
In what has been a quirky start to the 2021 NASCAR Cup Series season, Brad Keselowski hopes to rely on past success to break into the win column in the coming weeks.
ARCA Menards Series driver Taylor Gray has been hospitalized following his involvement in single-car accident Wednesday night.
NASCAR’s most recent test of its Next Gen car came on perhaps one of the toughest tracks it will visit next season – Darlington (S.C.) Raceway.
Howie DiSavino III will make his NASCAR national series debut at Richmond, becoming the newest driver to take the helm of Jordan Anderson Racing’s No. 3 Chevrolet.
This is not your father’s Bristol any more.
Monday’s first dirt race in the NASCAR Cup Series in more the 50 years wasn’t over yet when news arrived there would be another.
The NASCAR Cup Series’ first dirt race in more than 50 years didn’t reward a driver with a dirt background, but it did produce a new winner on the season.
Despite no background in dirt racing, Martin Truex Jr. dominated Saturday’s Pinty’s Truck Race on Dirt at Bristol, earning his first series victory.
Heavy overnight rain and persistent showers on Sunday have postponed NASCAR’s Truck and Cup Series races on dirt until Monday.
Due to persistent rain in the area Saturday around Bristol (Tenn.) Motor Speedway, NASCAR canceled its planned heat races and postponed its Truck race.
NASCAR has adjusted the stage lengths and tire allotment for Sunday’s first Cup Series race on dirt in more than 50 years.
Ryan Blaney topped Alex Bowman in the Friday’s final NASCAR Cup Series practice at the Bristol Dirt Track but it was track conditions Blaney was most concerned about.
Alex Bowman led the way in Friday’s first NASCAR Cup Series practice session held on dirt in more than 50 years.
The kickoff of the 2021 eNASCAR Pro Invitational Series offered a sneak peak at what Cup Series drivers could face this weekend at the Bristol Dirt Track, or did it?
Kyle Busch still hasn’t led a lap this season or been in serious contention for a win but he liked what he saw in last weekend’s race at Atlanta.
The NASCAR Cup Series’ first dirt race in more than 50 years also features a return to the use of bias ply tires.
The statistics will show a 17th-place finish for Daniel Suarez at Atlanta on Sunday but he and his Trackhouse Racing team showed so much more.
There was no win, but Alex Bowman had an incident-free race Sunday at Atlanta and that was good enough for a season’s-best finish of third.
Kyle Larson was ‘stupid fast’ but he still needed his tires to last and when they didn’t, it opened the door for Ryan Blaney to steal the Atlanta win.
Justin Allgaier’s fended off the fastest car in the race just long enough to claim his first NASCAR Xfinity Series victory of the 2021 season.
Kyle Busch left little doubt with his first NASCAR victory of the 2021 season.
Even though a Hendrick Motorsports driver won the NASCAR Cup Series title in 2020, it’s clear the organization has taken another big step forward this season.
Due to inclement weather, Bubba Wallace got an abbreviated first look Wednesday at NASCAR’s Gen-7 car which will debut in the Cup Series next season.
Perhaps appropriately, Stewart Friesen will make his NASCAR Cup Series debut on dirt.
Add Martin Truex Jr. to the list of NASCAR Cup Series drivers to compete in the Truck race at the Bristol Dirt Track.
Joey Logano thought he did everything right to keep control of Sunday’s NASCAR Cup Series race at Phoenix and hold on for another victory.
Martin Truex Jr. overcame a rough start to win Sunday’s NASCAR Cup Series race at Phoenix Raceway, snapping a 28-race winless streak.
It was a familiar finish for Austin Cindric as he held on to win Saturday’s NASCAR Xfinity Series race at Phoenix Raceway following a wild late-race restart.
Ty Gibbs kicked off his double-duty weekend at Phoenix Raceway with a victory in Friday night’s ARCA Menards Series race.
Former NASCAR and sports car driver Bill Lester is returning to competition for the first time in more than a dozen years.
It’s been a slow start to the 2021 NASCAR Cup Series season for Daniel Suarez and his Trackhouse Racing Team, but he’s confident better results lie ahead.
Stewart Friesen will have a very familiar teammate for the inaugural NASCAR Truck Series race at the Bristol Dirt Track – his wife.
NASCAR Cup drivers Kevin Harvick and Ryan Preece have added a handful of Xfinity and Truck races to their respective 2021 schedules.
One race win will not stop people from bringing up Kyle Larson’s past NASCAR suspension, but it does point the conversation in another more racing-related direction.
It’s been a rough start to the 2021 NASCAR Cup Series season for Kyle Busch but Sunday’s race at Las Vegas may have helped turned the corner.
Kyle Larson’s first NASCAR Cup Series win of the 2021 season was doubly special for his team owner, Rick Hendrick.
Kyle Larson’s ride to redemption in NASCAR has ended up in Victory Lane.
IndyCar Series driver Santino Ferrucci’s transition to NASCAR this season was never going to be easy but he’s loving every minute of it.
A.J. Allmendinger grabbed the lead on a restart with 12 of 200 laps remaining and cruised to his first NASCAR Xfinity Series victory of the season.
In the first opportunity he’s had this season, John Hunter Nemechek not only beat his boss, Kyle Busch, but claimed his first NASCAR Truck Series win of the year.
Kevin Harvick is still looking for his first win of the 2021 NASCAR Cup Series season, but he’ll be in prime position Sunday at Las Vegas to do so.
Despite missing most of last season due to a suspension, Kyle Larson said he’s been “excited” with his return to NASCAR competition and a little surprised it’s gone as well as it has.
The NASCAR Cup and Truck series races at the reconfigured dirt track at Bristol (Tenn.) Motor Speedway will feature heat races to determine their respective starting lineups.
Three former NASCAR Cup Series champions got their first on-track laps Tuesday at the Circuit of the Americas and gave the road course glowing reviews.
Several Cup Series drivers plan to compete in the upcoming Bristol Dirt Nationals to get a preview of the track’s inaugural NASCAR dirt races.
Just three races into the 2021 NASCAR Cup Series season, William Byron already has a precious reminder of his previous experience working with crew chief Rudy Fugle – victory.
Three races into the 2021 NASCAR Cup Series season, Michael McDowell has shown something just as impressive as his Daytona 500 victory – staying power.
The night time was definitely not the right time for Chris Buescher and his No. 17 Roush Fenway Racing team at Homestead.
William Byron made it three surprise winners in a row to open the 2021 NASCAR Cup Series season, taking a dominant victory at Homestead-Miami Speedway.