Denny Hamlin brought home the Checkered Flag at New Hampshire Motor Speedway Sunday afternoon. Hamlin, who entered the day with a 28 race winless streak, had not won since the fall race at Richmond last season. The win clinched a playoff berth for Virginia Native who was just 14th in
Kyle Larson will bring the field to the Green Flag this Sunday at New Hampshire Motor Speedway. Larson was able to run a 28.568 To win the pole for the Overtons 301.
Dominant Friday for Kyle Larson
In a day he dominated, Larson was the fastest in practice and all three rounds
We have hit the NASCAR mid-season point of the year. A lot of questions are out there surrounding drivers and organizations while others surround the future of NASCAR. Let’s search for the answers to some of these questions.
Joe Gibbs Racing Still Winless
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In dominating fashion, Martin Truex Jr. was able to capture the Checkered Flag at Kentucky Speedway. The pilot of the 78 Furniture Row Toyota led 152 of the 267 laps in the Quaker State 400.
The word domination might be an understatement when describing this win by Truex Jr. Out of
Kyle Busch will bring the field to the Green Flag in tomorrow nights Quaker State 400. Busch was able to hold off Martin Truex Jr. to win the pole at Kentucky Speedway with a lap of 29.397 (190.282 MPH). That lap wound up being a track record. This is Busch's
We have hit that part of the NASCAR season where the age old question is brought up, will we have 16 different drivers win before the Playoffs start? When NASCAR dramatically changed their version of a postseason in 2014, a “Chase”, or what is known today as the Playoffs, berth
A quarter of the Monster Energy NASCAR Cup season is behind us. To say the first nine races were action packed is an understatement. From Stage Racing that has shown to be one of the biggest staples in 2017, to the Kyle Busch-Joey Logano feud, this season hasn't been short
The 2017 NASCAR season is upon us as fans across the nation are ready to see the action unfold. This season though will surely be different than those in the past because of a handful of factors. New sponsorship, drivers switching rides, and “stages” are just a few things that
The field is set as 40 drivers are ready to compete for the title of “Daytona 500 Winner”. A lot of action is going to be packed inside the 2.5 mile track at Daytona. Speeds will be flirting with 200 MPH while first place through 40th are separated by