Chase Elliott had chances at winning the last few weeks go out the window when he ran out of fuel on more than one occasion. Saturday night at Chicagoland Speedway in the EnjoyIllinois.com 300, however, the No. 9 team played the pit road strategy perfectly to put themselves out front when it mattered the most. …
Brad Keselowski dominated the Sta-Green 200 at New Hampshire Motor Speedway leading a race high 152 laps for his 29th career Nationwide Series victory and his 2nd win of 2014. Keselowski beat Kyle Busch to the checkers by 1.880 seconds. Kyle Larson would finish 3rd and Matt Kenseth would finish 4th on a day completely …
Tires were the story of Friday’s ARCA race at Michigan and the Hoosiers proved to be exactly what it took to slow down the torrid recent run of Brennan Poole.
Here’s five rides that absolutely need to happen for the Nationwide ranks in 2012.
Ryan Newman threatened Juan Pablo Montoya within an inch of the NASCAR hauler and Jeff Gordon reminded NASCAR which tracks need to install SAFER barriers.
RICHMOND, Va. – A week removed from an event that saw four of six yellow flags at Nashville fly for invisible debris, the opposite happened at Richmond Friday.
With only 17 ARCA Series starts under his belt, 18-year-old Chris Buescher received a phone call on Thursday that he never expected.
They combined to lead 55 of the 67 laps run at Millville. But it didn’t take long for the day to start turning sour for ARCA’s heavy hitters.
As Saturday night showed once again, short of the 10-lap trophy dash, NASCAR racing is leaving a lot to be desired at Charlotte Motor Speedway these days.
Chris Buescher, a Roush Fenway Racing development prospect, was the only driver to eclipse the 16-second barrier at Toledo, scoring his second career ARCA pole.