BRISTOL, Tenn. — Kyle Busch won the Food City 300 on Friday night at Bristol Motor Speedway, leading 186 laps en route to collecting his 91st career NASCAR XFINITY Series victory and fifth XFINITY Series win of 2017 in the process. “We had a great car,” Busch said post-race. “All our guys at Joe Gibbs Racing did a phenomenal job …
Daniel Suarez was able to put his road-racing background from his days in the NASCAR PEAK Mexico Series to use on Sunday, holding off Martin Truex Jr. for a stage win and ultimately scoring his career-best Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series finish Sunday at Watkins Glen Int’l.
Daniel Suarez held off a furious charge from stage master Martin Truex Jr. to take home the win in the second stage of Sunday’s I Love New York 355 at Watkins Glen Int’l.
Will Rodgers will lead the field to the green flag on Saturday afternoon in his home state, in front of some of stock car racing’s best.
Clint Bowyer, Ryan Blaney and Chase Elliott took home the spoils of victory in Saturday evening’s Monster Energy Open, winning their respective stages to advance into the 33rd annual Monster Energy NASCAR All-Star Race.
Phoenix pole-sitter Joey Logano was quickest during final practice for Sunday’s Camping World 500.
It didn’t take long for XFinity Series rookie William Byron to get up to speed in NASCAR’s second-tier series.
LAS VEGAS — As of late, Joey Logano has been the master of restarts in NASCAR. It proved to be true in Saturday’s XFINITY Series race at Las Vegas Motor Speedway as Logano perfected restart after restart to score his first NASCAR win of any kind at Las Vegas Motor Speedway. Logano never raced at LVMS in the 300-mile XFINITY event …
The most shocking storyline of Saturday’s NASCAR XFINITY Series qualifying session at Daytona Int’l Speedway was the failure of Toyota to put a car in the top 12 for the first time in five years.
Subway and Joe Gibbs Racing announced Thursday that they will continue their partnership during the 2017 Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series, alongside Sunoco Rookie of the Year contender Daniel Suarez.
Former Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series champion Brad Keselowski will sit on the pole for Saturday night’s Advance Auto Parts Clash at Daytona (8 p.m., FOX, MRN, SirusXM Channel 90).
Following Carl Edwards’ departure announcement on Wednesday morning, Joe Gibbs Racing announced that reigning NASCAR XFINITY Series champion Daniel Suarez will move up to the Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series full-time this year, filling the seat of the No. 19 Toyota.