The Countdown to the 2017 NASCAR Championships continued this weekend in New Hampshire and Kentucky, giving three drivers a chance to prove their worth in the chase for the Championship.
Few racing series can handle a dual weekend of motorsports action at race tracks that are over 900 miles apart like NASCAR. With only two days to bring home three winners, NASCAR proved they can handle the challenges thrown at both Iowa Speedway and Pocono Raceway.
Bell, Busch and Truex dominate in Kentucky.
The warriors of NASCAR returned home this weekend to find out who would be named a motorsports All-Star.
As NASCAR’s three primary series descended upon Atlanta Motor Speedway over the weekend, it appeared Kurt Busch’s Daytona 500 finish would be followed by a dominating performance by his brother Kyle Busch – that is, until the ‘any given Sunday’ rule made its appearance.
RacingJunk.com slipped Behind The Wheel with the winner of the historic Chili Bowl Nationals to find out how Oklahoma native and Toyota Racing driver Christopher Bell obtained his first Golden Driller.
Just a week ago, we brought you an article explaining why the Chili Bowl Nationals attract the best of the best in drivers and cars alike.
John Hunter Nemechek avoided spins and collisions to come out on top at the Great Clips 200.
Timothy Peters took the win under the yellow and checkered flag at Talladega SuperSpeedway.
Christopher Bell battles to come out on top for his first NASCAR victory.