Daytona International Speedway saw history being made the night of Saturday July 7th during the annual Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series Coke Zero Sugar 400.
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All three NASCAR Series galloped into Kentucky Raceway this weekend.
The NASCAR Series started off the July Daytona weekend by declaring that the driver who crossed the finish line didn’t actually win.
NASCAR blew into the windy city this weekend and gave fans some exciting racing.
Indianapolis Motor Speedway (IMS) is getting down and dirty. For real this time.
The Camping World trucks and XFINITY cars were at Iowa Speedway this past weekend while the Cup drivers had a day off. They combined to give NASCAR fans the two best races of the year so far.
Rainy weather delayed multiple NASCAR races, but failed to decrease the excitement when racing eventually occurred.
NASCAR swept into Pocono’s Tricky Triangle this past weekend, and the racing that developed was typical of this season so far: moments of “OMG Look at that move!” interspersed between moments of “Wake me when something happens please.”
As the Memorial Day race weekend began, one young up and coming NASCAR star found his way to victory lane in Thursday night’s ARCA Racing Series General Tire 150.
Brad Keselowski held off a late threat by Cole Custer for the win in the Alsco 300, a race that was otherwise dominated by Kyle Busch.