The Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series drivers were back on the track to kick off Speed Week at Daytona International Speedway.
For the first time in the history of NASCAR’s Chase for the Cup, seven-time champion Jimmie Johnson will not be competing for the NASCAR title.
It’s Bristol, baby. The last great coliseum, populated by gladiators.
As the warriors of NASCAR took on the Monster Mile of Dover International Speedway this weekend, history was brought to life at an historically known track.
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.
Drivers in both the XFINITY and Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series headed to the Lone Star State this weekend to battle the newly repaved and reconfigured Texas Motor Speedway.
Racing Junk has put together what we view as the most exciting and/or memorable moments in motorsports during the 2016 calendar year.
Jimmie Johnson proved a large number of naysayers wrong on November 20th by winning both the series finale at Homestead-Miami Raceway and his seventh Sprint Cup Championship trophy.
Jimmie Johnson won Sunday’s Ford EcoBoost 400 at Homestead-Miami Speedway and a record-tying seventh NASCAR Sprint Cup championship.
Jimmie Johnson and Johnny Sauter take first as the pressure builds for all the NASCAR drivers and their teams.