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Natalie Decker is vastly expanding her racing schedule in 2019, including making her NASCAR national series debut.
The top three national divisions of NASCAR featured some exciting battles throughout the 2018 season and even the closest finish in the sport's history.
The NASCAR team at Motorsport.com makes some predictions concerning the 2019 season in this week’s edition of the NASCAR Roundtable.
As the 2018 season has come to a close, here’s a quick look back on the season for all nine NASCAR Touring and National Series.
After a thrilling finish to the 2018 NASCAR season, the NASCAR team at Motorsport.com discuss NASCAR's newly crowned champions and look ahead to 2019.
With qualifying completed Saturday, 12 drivers are ready to battle for the $10,000 first-place prize Sunday morning at Homestead-Miami Speedway in the NASCAR Heat Champions Road to Miami Finals.
Shigeaki Hattori and Hattori Racing Enterprises beat the odds, found the sponsorship and prevailed against the best the NASCAR Camping World Truck Series has to offer.
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One year ago, Brett Moffitt didn’t have a ride, now he’s a NASCAR champion.
Grant Enfinger won the pole for Friday night’s NASCAR Truck Series finale but the Championship 4 won’t be far behind.
Noah Gragson has no idea how to prepare for Friday night’s NASCAR Camping World Truck Series championship race.
This weekend GMS Racing will have two of the four drivers vying for the NASCAR Camping World Truck Series title.
Harrison Burton is set to take the next big step in his NASCAR racing career.
Brett Moffitt didn’t have a job a year ago but now finds himself on the verge of winning his first NASCAR national series championship.
Newly-crowned ARCA champion Sheldon Creed will join GMS Racing for a full-time ride in the Camping World Truck Series championship.
The Championship 4 grid has been set. Take a look at the four drivers who will battle it out for the 2018 NASCAR Camping World Truck Series title at Homestead-Miami Speedway.