NASCAR Cup Playoffs: Who’s Safe, Who’s in Trouble Heading to Charlotte

The bad news for William Byron and Alex Bowman is that they’re seeded 11th and 12th among the 12 drivers hoping to stay alive in NASCAR’s 10-race Playoff Series. The good news is that both have enjoyed good runs on the Charlotte Motor Speedway Roval, scene of this weekend’s race.

Bubba Wallace Was Spot On in Handling of Detractors Following First NASCAR Cup Win

It’s unlikely anyone threw a hissy-fit when Fred Lorenzen won the 1965 Daytona 500. Scheduled for 200 laps, the Valentine’s Day race was interrupted by rain at lap 81, then interrupted again—this time for good—at lap 127. Since the race was past halfway and there was zero chance of finishing

‘A Long Road’ to Get to Bubba Wallace’s NASCAR Win at Talladega

Ryan Blaney raced up to his best friend in racing, Darrell “Bubba” Wallace, in the post-race mania at Talladega Superspeedway Monday, doused him with celebratory liquid and gave him a long, emotional hug. Wallace had just crossed a big barrier in stock car racing, for decades a sport that barely

Video: Hailie Deegan Rolls Out New Ford NASCAR F-150 Truck for 2022

NASCAR is loosening up its playbook to allow a little more freedom in design for trucks in the 2022 NASCAR Camping World Truck Series. On Thursday, Ford unveiled its 2020 racing Ford NASCAR F-150 set to make its racing debut next year at Daytona. The truck was developed at Ford’s

How Jeff Gordon Became NASCAR’s ‘Wonder Boy’ and Changed a Sport Forever

It’s impossible to chronicle the fullness of NASCAR’s history without a few words about Jeff Gordon. Maybe a chapter in a book. Or even a few chapters. Perhaps a book all to itself. Even a full shelf of books about one of racing’s most accomplished drivers. After all, the driver

Gallery: Kyle Larson wins wild NASCAR Cup elimination race at Bristol

Kyle Larson celebrated victory in Saturday’s Bass Pro Shops Night Race with a burnout on the frontstretch at Bristol Motor Speedway, as tempers flared between Kevin Harvick and Chase Elliott on pit road. With an assist from Elliott, who took Harvick’s line at the .533-mile concrete track and slowed his

75 (Yes, 75!) Greatest Moments in Richmond Raceway History Got \”Most of Them Right’

Richmond Raceway is celebrating its 75th anniversary this weekend with a three-race NASCAR card and memorial events honoring 9/11 first responders. The track, located near downtown in Virginia’s capital city, has been known by several names since its first race in 1946. Most have had “Fairgrounds” and “Richmond” in there

NASCAR Is Moving Forward With New Number Placement

Last night, 23XI Racing finally announced their expansion to two cars and the long-expected signing of Kurt Busch. Buried alongside that announcement, however, was an unexpected confirmation: After generations of cars with a number on the driver’s door, NASCAR will be moving the number up to the front of the

NASCAR’s Most Memorable Moments at Michigan International Speedway

The Michigan International Speedway Speedway of the 1970s and early 1980s featured a much different on-track product compared to what fans are used to today. A track record of 65 lead changes that still stands to this day was set during the 1981 Champion Spark Plug 400, with Richard Petty,

Chaos Erupts Late in Inaugural Indianapolis NASCAR Road Race

In advance of the ceremonial kissing of the bricks, Verizon 200 at the Brickyard winner AJ Allmendinger laid flat on his back and embraced Kaulig Racing president Chris Rice, and their delightful bromance wasn’t even the most newsworthy visual to come out of the inaugural Cup race at the Indianapolis