After a week that left fans questioning the future of NASCAR following the retirement announcement by the sport’s most popular driver, the young guns did their part to prove that the excitement hasn’t fizzled out during this weekend’s events at Richmond International Raceway.
Drivers in both the XFINITY and Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series returned to the roots of the sport this weekend in the mountains of Tennessee – at Bristol Motor Speedway.
John Hunter Nemechek avoided spins and collisions to come out on top at the Great Clips 200.
Newcomer Erik Jones had a nerve-wracking victory in the NASCAR Camping World Truck Series.
Ryan Blaney came back from a penalty to win the UNOH 200.
Daniel Hemric, driver of the #14 Team NTS/Team Chevy Silverado, took a little time out before heading to Bristol Motor Speedway to chat with our fans, via the Twitter verse, in Racing Junk’s latest edition of Ask A Racer.
Join our Twitter chat with NASCAR Camping World Truck Series driver Daniel Hemric with hashtag #RJAskDaniel.
Daniel Hemric is living a NASCAR dream after starting his racing career at only 5 years old.
Kyle Busch pushed through two green-white-checker restarts to win at Pocono Raceway.