During the final off week of the NASCAR season, we’re taking a look at some stars of tomorrow who could potentially make an impact down the road.
Kyle Busch won the O’Reilly 200 – his third consecutive Truck win at Bristol – when he took the checkered flag under caution ahead of Aric Almirola. Busch pitted once around lap 30 and had just enough fuel to hold onto the lead through a green-white-checkered finish and celebrate with a burnout.
This season is shaping up to be one of the best for longtime team owner Richard Childress.
Todd Bodine took the checkered flag 0.531 seconds ahead of Timothy Peters to win the Too Tough to Tame 200 Saturday night at Darlington Raceway.
DARLINGTON, S.C. – Austin Dillon’s sponsor Bass Pro Shops is well known for doing a large amount of charitable work throughout the country.
DARLINGTON, S.C. – Austin Dillon continues to be unfazed by the daunting task of racing Darlington Raceway for the first time in his career.
DARLINGTON, S.C. – Austin Dillon took to Darlington Raceway like a duck in Ramsey’s minnow pond takes to water as he blazed to the top of the charts.
Kasey Kahne is officially headed to Red Bull Racing for the 2011 season. Does the move make sense and at whose expense will it be?
After nearly a year of waiting, Ron Hornaday Jr. returned to victory lane Friday night (July 23) in the AAA Insurance 200 at O’Reilly Raceway Park.
Austin Dillon is perhaps the best-looking prospect in any of NASCAR’s top-three divisions right now.
Did You Notice? Speaking of Dillon, the next wave of potential success stories in NASCAR have a familiar “legacy” ring to it?
Sitting 27th in the points, Elliott Sadler is sitting fourth of four teams in the Richard Petty Motorsports stable.