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.
The battle for two prestigious NASCAR Championship Crowns continued this weekend on the famed half-mile paperclip – Martinsville Speedway.
As the seasons change, the racing season begins to come to a close. This has left several NASCAR drivers scrambling to make a mark in the 2017 Chase to the Championship history books.
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.
Having accomplished the same feat at Bristol in 2010, Busch was the only driver in NASCAR history to achieve the three-series sweep in the same week at the same track. Now he’s the only driver to have done it twice.
As the stars of NASCAR charged onto their first road course of the 2017 season, two Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series drivers would officially engrave their names in the record book as road course ringers.
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.