That’s it, race fans: The Homestead-Miami Raceway 2018 NASCAR racing season is officially over.
This is it, NASCAR fans! The championship fields for the NASCAR Camping World Trucks, XFINITY and Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series and the final race at Homestead-Miami Speedway are set.
There were literally hundreds of companies with thousands of new products at the 2018 SEMA Show in Las Vegas. Five of those companies came away with awards in the Performance-Street Products and Street Rod/Custom Car categories.
All three main NASCAR series sped into the Texas Motor Speedway this past weekend. Friday’s Camping World Truck Series JAG Metals 350 was a good one that was won by Justin Haley with what he called a little bit of luck.
I’ve spent most of my downtime over the past few months checking out car-related channels on YouTube. Of the ones I keep going back to, three stand out.
The NASCAR Camping World Trucks and Monster Energy Cup Series were in Martinsville this weekend and both series put on good shows for the fans.
Ford and Toyota were among the vendors displaying their wares at the State Fair of Texas, and both companies had a number of special edition 2019 vehicles on display.
Indian’s been hyping their new FTR 1200 in the media for quite some time. Well, the wait is over, sports fans.
NASCAR blew into Kansas Speedway this weekend, and Saturday’s XFINITY Kansas Lottery 300 didn’t seem like it was going to be run under green.
NASCAR’s Camping World Truck and Monster Energy Cup series rolled through Talladega this weekend, and both races saw surprise winners.