CONCORD, N.C. — After 10 hours of rain and in a race that finally ran under the lights at Charlotte Motor Speedway, Alex Bowman used fresh tires and a daring late-race pass to storm to his first-career NASCAR victory in the Drive for the Cure 300. Bowman pitted for the final time on lap 162 of 200, then stormed from …
After nearly being out of a race car for the better part of an entire season, Alex Bowman got his chance to get back behind the wheel this weekend, joining Chip Ganassi Racing for the Drive For the Cure 300 at Charlotte Motor Speedway.
Alex Bowman was officially named as Dale Earnhardt Jr.’s replacement on Thursday morning, becoming the new full-time pilot of the No. 88 Chevrolet in the Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series for 2018.
Sprint car driver Ryan Smith has developed a deep friendship with fellow driver and car builder Ryan Linder, which will open the door for Smith to compete in this weekend’s Lucas Oil Chili Bowl Nationals.
In a substitute role, the hometown favorite delivered a pinch-hit home run during NASCAR Sprint Cup Series qualifying on Friday evening at Phoenix Int’l Raceway.
Alex Bowman’s day ended early at Charlotte Motor Speedway in Sunday’s Bank of America 500, after he blew a left-front tire on lap 62.
In one of his limited appearances this season with JR Motorsports in the NASCAR XFINITY Series, Alex Bowman is proving that he refuses to let the chance of being in top equipment go to waste.
Matt Kenseth may not have had the fastest car early in Sunday’s NASCAR Sprint Cup Series race at New Hampshire Motor Speedway, but he was out front when it mattered most.
Ty Dillon was not at all short on words following a lap 76 crash that took him out of contention for a solid finish in Saturday’s NASCAR XFINITY Series AutoLotto 200 at New Hampshire Motor Speedway.
Joe Gibbs Racing driver Carl Edwards paced the first of two practice sessions at New Hampshire Motor Speedway for the NASCAR Sprint Cup Series on Saturday morning. Edwards, behind the wheel of the No. 19 Arris Toyota, posted a fast time of 28.974 seconds (131.456 mph) around the one-mile NHMS oval.
Martin Truex Jr. paced the lone practice on Friday for the NASCAR Sprint Cup Series at New Hampshire Motor Speedway. Truex posted a fast time of 28.517 seconds (133.562 mph) around the one-mile oval behind the wheel of the No. 78 Furniture Row Toyota. Fellow Toyota drivers Carl Edwards (28.556 seconds/133.380 mph) and Kyle Busch (28.616 seconds/133.100 mph) followed Truex in second and third, making it a top-three sweep for Toyota racing teams.
Dale Earnhardt Jr. will not compete in Sunday’s NASCAR Sprint Cup Series event at New Hampshire Motor Speedway after experiencing concussion-like symptoms.