When all the smoke cleared after the opening weekend of NASCAR’s 2019 season at Daytona International Speedway, there were two first time winners.
News, driver interviews, and the latest in NASCAR event coverage including the Xfinity series, Camping World Truck series, and Sprint Cup challenge with schedules and results.
NASCAR and other motorsports fans continue to mourn today after some shocking news over the weekend: The first and only officially licensed and legendary artist of NASCAR has passed away.
The Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series drivers were back on the track to kick off Speed Week at Daytona International Speedway.
Janet Guthrie had a storied career in auto racing, but may be best-remembered as the first woman to qualify for the Indianapolis 500.
Changes are afoot in the three premiere NASCAR touring series for the coming 2019 season.
Davey Allison, Jeff Gordon, Alan Kulwicki, Roger Penske and Jack Roush comprise the 10th Class of the NASCAR Hall of Fame.
Jamie McMurray may not be a full-time driver with Chip Ganassi Racing this year, but the team is forming a partnership with Spire Motorsports that will allow the winner of the 2010 Daytona 500 to make his 17th start in NASCAR’s season-starting Daytona 500 next month.
All of us here in the motorsports world have reason to mourn today as we awoke to learn of the passing of a very famous figure in the world of NASCAR.
Cars like the Cyclone Spoiler II were designed to put some pep into Mercury’s high-performance image in the muscle car era.
Ford announced late during the 2018 NASCAR season that the Mustang would replace the Fusion in the Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series in 2019.