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.
Repeats wins were all the news in the NASCAR world this weekend as Darrell Wallace Jr., Sam Hornish, Jr. and Kyle Larson once again found victory lane in the NASCAR Camping World Truck Series, XFINITY Series and Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series.
The bridesmaid finally became the bride this weekend as Kyle Larson finally fought his way back from several runner-up finishes to find his way to the Winner’s Circle following the Service King 300.
As NASCAR’s 2017 season continued this weekend in Sin City, at Las Vegas Motor Speedway, things began to heat up among this sport’s hard charging competitors.
Ryan Reed won the wrecked-fill Powershares QQQ 300 at Daytona International Speedway in NASCAR Overtime.
Joey Logano pulled off a three-wide restart for the lead over a dominant Kyle Larson with 12 laps to go, winning the Race for the Cure 300 NASCAR Xfinity race at Charlotte Motor Speedway after it was postponed Friday night due to rains from Hurricane Matthew.
Several dramatic finishes pave the way to the next big set of Chases.
Daniel Suarez’s victory this weekend made him the first Mexican-born driver to capture a NASCAR national series win.
NASCAR’s Sprint Cup, XFinity, and Camping World Truck Series all had great runs this weekend.
Kyle Larson had luck on his side when rain ended the Pocono Green 250 early, making him the winner.