Justin Marks is changing the face of team ownership one series at a time. His efforts with Trackhouse Racing in NASCAR’s Cup Series has led to the appearance of stars from across the worldwide racing community in the stock car series.
After the year-long celebration of NASCAR’s 75 years of conducting racing activities, one of the most famous and successful teams under the NASCAR umbrella will have its own recognition.
Starting with Mark Donohue back in the 1970s, Roger Penske has shepherded many a champion to the top of their racing game.
Toyota has unveiled its 2024 NASCAR Cup Series challenger. The Toyota Camry XSE race car that makes its debut during the pre-season Clash at the Coliseum the first weekend of February is based, with its nomenclature, on the manufacturer’s sportiest offerings to the public.
Ford Performance has taken the wraps off its 2024 NASCAR Cup Series challenger: its teams and drivers will be competing in the new Mustang Dark Horse coupe, as the United States’ top closed-wheel racing series joins sanctions on five other continents that race Mustang cars.
NASCAR has released dates, locations, start times and networks for its three touring series: the NASCAR Cup Series, Xfinity Series and Craftsman Truck Series that travel from one end of the United States to the other, several times each season.
NASCAR’s Busch Light Clash will, for the third time in its illustrious history, take place at the Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum, bringing NASCAR back to LA for its season starter before the 2024 NASCAR Cup Series begins in earnest at the Daytona 500 in mid-February.
The die was pretty much cast the moment Kiwi Shane van Gisbergen came to drive his first NASCAR Cup Seriesrace on the streets of Chicago, which just happened to be a first time event for the entire series on a street circuit.
NASCAR’s regular season came to a breathtaking conclusion this past week and weekend as 16 drivers move on to the playoffs.