In a Nutshell: Tyler Reddick and Erik Jones waged a side-by-side battle while fighting lapped traffic, but it was Reddick who came out victorious Friday evening at Dover International Speedway. In a race that was marred by several wrecks and a lot of torn-up equipment, Jones and Reddick took two and four tires, respectively, on …
The Camping World Truck Series may be sitting silent this week, awaiting its return at Kansas Speedway in three weeks, but the Xfinity and Sprint Cup series are headed off to Bristol Motor Speedway for a little short-track showdown. As is the case with pretty much every extended downtime, very little has gone on in …
In a Nutshell: Matt Crafton made a statement in the Truck Series’ return to Atlanta Motor Speedway after a two-year hiatus. He took the checkered flag 8.752 seconds ahead of Ty Dillon to win the Hyundai Construction Equipment 200 Saturday evening. Crafton led twice for a race-high 85 laps en route to his first win …
If we have to have Danica, we need a rival for her as well and that is where my plan is genius in its simplicity.
Go figure, a Joe Gibbs Racing entry swooped in and stole the Subway Jalapeno 250, with Joey Logano leading one lap en route to winning at Daytona.
The owner of the Nationwide Series’ No. 79 2nd Chance Motorsports organization, Rick Russell, allegedly fired his entire team after the race at Kansas.
The win at Fontana will go down in the record books as belonging to Kyle Busch, but Jason Ratcliffe deserved the trophy more than any other on this Saturday.
After a relatively quiet weekend in Thunder Valley, it’s heartening to see Bristol still brings out the worst in some people, chief among them Kevin Harvick.
Bristol Motor Speedway had a lot of empty seats on Sunday. Has the racing really changed that much since the resurfacing, or is the real problem something else?
Kyle Busch’s team got the No. 18 car off pit road first on the last stop and while Carl Edwards and Jimmie Johnson kept him honest, there was no catching Busch.
Love him or hate him – and most of the people reading this prefer the latter – one can’t deny the impressive performance of Kyle Busch.
BRISTOL, Tenn. – New race at Bristol… same ol’ Kyle Busch.