stockcar News and Analysis
Mike Skinner returned to Victory Lane at one of NASCAR’s most iconic tracks.
NASCAR veteran Mike Skinner is going to try to finish what he started last season in the Short Track U.S. Nationals.
Joe Gibbs Racing’s first victory of the 2019 season came from its youngest member.
Ryan Rackley will embark on his first full season of Late Model racing this year after signing with Lee Faulk Racing and Development and he’ll have an experienced crew chief to help him through the 2019 campaign.
Next weekend, the long standing Grand Prix de Trois-Rivières will stage a road racing round of a new stock car series, the Canadian Stock Car Championship.
Two NASCAR Cup champions in Martin Truex Jr and Kyle Busch have raised concerns that a 13-year-old will become the youngest driver to race in the top-tier of Late Models.
Myrtle Beach Speedway to host doubleheader with 100 lap features for both Super Late Models and Late Model Stock divisions on Saturday.
Bobby McCarty pulled away from Justin Carroll during final stage to win the CARS Response Energy Tour season opener Saturday at Tri County Motor Speedway.
Drivers, crewmembers, and officials are all aware of the dangers associated with motorsports. This danger is part of what draws race fans to watch drivers compete against one another.
Fury Race Cars, based out of Mooresville, North Carolina, designs, builds, races and sells cars that have won in both the NASCAR Modified and Late Model divisions.
Shortly after officially closing the 2017 NASCAR season, Kyle Busch found himself back in Victory Lane.
There's one championship in the United Kingdom where you can race on ovals – and it's a series that goes even where NASCAR fears to tread when it rains...
Brandon Watson Wins the Meineke 100 while Gordon keeps new winners streak alive in modifieds and Dylan Westbrook grabs a sprint car victory.
Quebec driver Lessard picks up another CARS Tour win at historic short track in North Carolina.
NASCAR legend Mark Martin will compete in this summer’s IWK 250 presented by Steve Lewis Auto Body at Riverside International Speedway in Nova Scotia.
Just barely 16, Christian Eckes is on a winning streak that may well define his motorsports career.
Christopher Bell is not looking for any sort of redemption at this season’s Snowball Derby.
William Byron will start his last official race with Kyle Busch Motorsports from a familiar position – the pole.
Sunday’s 49th annual Snowball Derby will offer a sneak peek of some of NASCAR’s top up-and-coming talent.
Fifteen-year-old teenager Raphaël Lessard has just increased his championship lead with his third career victory in the CARS Super Late Model Tour.
Coming off of his first win in the Limited Late Model race at Anderson (SC) Speedway, Tim Russell Racing announced the signing of third-generation racer Robbie Allison.
Kyle Busch Motorsports’ Super Late Model team will have a distinct NASCAR flavor in 2016.
At the Snowball Derby, it’s not over until the Technical Director says it’s over.
Two crew members required medical attention when John Hunter Nemechek spun his burning Late Model car into his pit stall at the conclusion of the 2015 Snowball Derby.
Most race fans have head Kyle Busch tell the tale of how NASCAR’s latest wunderkind Erik Jones was discovered.
Dale Earnhardt Jr's Sprint Cup crew chief and Jordan's uncle Greg Ives says his nephew is "alright - a little shaken up".
His first race in a car with a roof on it is tonight.
Race to be held in Georgia January 24 and 25th.
10th anniversary starts with 'Ten for Ten.'
Broadcaster, author, racer one of six inductees.
Seeking late model and super late model driver candidates.
Four nights of racing leading to the big one.
18-year-old tries to turn a hat trick.
Florida driver makes dramatic late-race charge to win late model showcase.
Takes pole, leas 294 of 300 laps in late model event.
NEMCO Motorsports signs 19-year-old Canadian for next season.
Charity race features female relatives of NASCAR regulars
Could he be the next Kyle Larson?
The British Pick Up Truck Championship is steadily growing and becoming more popular in the United Kingdom.
Five-time Brazilian go-karting champion Felipe Fraga, 18 years old, who doesn’t even have a regular driver’s license yet, was very emotional during the celebrations.
Each one of the regular Championship contending drivers is partnering with a guest driver for the weekend.