Mother Nature stepped in and left her mark on last weekend’s Brickyard races.
NASCAR diverged down two distinct paths this weekend, with the trucks and Cup being worked over by the Tricky Triangle of Pocono while the XFINITY cobbers paid a visit to Iowa Speedway.
NASCAR blew into the windy city this weekend and gave fans some exciting racing.
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.”
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.
The trucks had another weekend off as NASCAR went to Richmond Raceway this past Friday and Saturday.
It’s Bristol, baby. The last great coliseum, populated by gladiators.
Penalties are becoming more and more a part of the game in NASCAR these days.
NASCAR’s top drivers redeemed themselves this weekend at Las Vegas Motor Speedway by gambling heavy and hard, going two, three and four wide, trading paint, getting donuts and giving fans a set of great races to enjoy.
Despite being this year’s Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series point series bridesmaid, Kyle Busch scored his second legendary this weekend after taking the checkered flag in the 50th Annual Snowball Derby at Five Flags Speedway.