It was a madcap last lap at the Advance Auto Parts Clash, with Joey Logano coming out of the smoke in first place at the Daytona International Speedway to start the NASCAR Monster Energy Cup season off with an exciting finish.
It turned out to be an all Hendrick Motorsports front row for the Daytona 500, with sophomore racer Chase Elliott and veteran Dale Earnhardt, Jr. locking in their starting 1-2 positions for the ‘Great American Race’ this Sunday.
NASCAR recently announced that they would make some changes to how races play out starting in 2017. No longer will we see a race run in a single segment.
In a dramatic turn from the traditional style of racing, for which NASCAR has been famous since its inception in 1948, NASCAR has changed their racing format to attract a new crowd of television viewers.
NASCAR’s eighth Hall of Fame Class was inducted Friday, Jan. 20.
Today, NASCAR is inducting one of its classiest, most talented drivers of all time into its illustrious Hall of Fame.
Monte Vista Christian (MVC) School recently played host to NASCAR K&N West tour team Central Coast Racing and driver Todd Souza.
NASCAR fan favorite Carl Edwards has announced his retirement from NASCAR and Joe Gibbs racing, effective immediately.
While Richard Childress Racing hasn’t made any changes to their Cup driving lineup, they have made some radical changes to their XFINITY lineup, adding two new full time teams.
At 14, Tyler Clem isn’t yet ready to hit the track with NASCAR, but in two or three years some lucky team in one of those series is going to scoop him up.