Timothy Peters took the checkered flag 2.645 seconds ahead of James Buescher to win the AAA Insurance 200 Friday night at Lucas Oil Raceway.
NASCAR’s Cup Series has the week off so the Power Rankings turns its focus this Wednesday towards the drivers trying desperately to make it there.
The grandson of Richard Childress finally found his mojo on Friday night, winning the Camping World Truck Series race in dominating fashion at Nashville.
Ah, the exuberance of youth! Austin Dillon ran across the grass, his stride vigorous, a huge grin plastered across his face.
Carl Edwards rebounded from a mid-race pit road speeding penalty to score his fifth win of the 2011 Nationwide Series season at Nashville.
Austin Dillon took the checkered flag 3.981 seconds ahead of Johnny Sauter to win the Lucas Deep Clean 200 Friday night at Nashville Superspeedway.
When the invocation gets more attention than Carl Edwards’s sixth career Nashville victory, that’s kind of a mixed blessing.
Matt Crafton took the checkered flag 0.337 seconds ahead of Austin Dillon to win the Coca-Cola 200 presented by Hy-Vee Saturday night at Iowa Speedway.
In honor of Ricky Stenhouse Jr.’s win in Iowa, I’ve decided to focus on NASCAR’s Nationwide and Camping World Truck series drivers in this week’s Hot/Not.
When you look a little deeper into recent NASCAR history, it’s Denny Hamlin who ekes out the title of “Short-Track King.”
The NASCAR Cup Series has the week off, so the Power Rankings turns its focus towards a different subset of drivers: those trying to make it there.
Since you’ve already been flooded by news about NASCAR Cup Series drivers winning both races this weekend, here’s a completely Cup Series FREE Hot/Not.