Championship contender Kyle Larson topped the lone Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series practice session on Friday afternoon at Charlotte Motor Speedway, in preparation for the first race in the second round of the playoffs.
Matt Tifft returns to the same track where he made his XFINITY Series return last fall at the 1.5-mile Kentucky Speedway.
Martin Truex Jr. and Matt Kenseth deadlocked atop the scoring pylon at the end of Friday’s opening Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series practice at Richmond Raceway, setting the stage for another Toyota duel in the regular season finale.
Blake Koch led the way during Friday morning’s sole NASCAR XFINITY Series practice session at Richmond Int’l Raceway, taking Kaulig Racing to the top of the charts ahead of the Virginia 529 College Savings 250 (7:30 p.m. ET, NBCSN, MRN, SiriusXM).
Seeking his second-career NASCAR XFINITY Series win and making his second start of the season, Justin Marks led the way in the first of two practice sessions at Road America Saturday afternoon.
Jason Blonde showed a strong hand early on Friday afternoon at Birch Run Speedway and Event Center, dominating the opening practice session for the inaugural American Racer Invitational.
Chris Neuenschwander, the most recent Must See Racing Sprint Car Series winner at Anderson Speedway’s quarter-mile bullring, led the way during first practice for Intersect Night at the Races on Saturday.
Less than a week after winning his first race of 2017 to all but lock his team into the NASCAR playoffs, Kyle Busch posted the top time in the first round of Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series practice at Watkins Glen Int’l on Saturday.
Though it’s been his Team Penske teammate Joey Logano on top of the pylon for the last two NASCAR XFINITY Series races at Watkins Glen Int’l, Brad Keselowski reminded everyone Friday that he’s still as savvy a road warrior as they come.
Justin Haley is perfect so far at Pocono Raceway.
Tuesday evening, Stewart Friesen proved the old adage among racers correct that track time is king, jumping right out of his big-block modified and shooting to the top of the board in the first NASCAR Camping World Truck Series practice session at Eldora Speedway.
Two-time and defending Must See Racing Sprint Car Series champion Jimmy McCune continued his summer hot streak by leading the opening practice session for Saturday’s Buckeye State Shootout at Midvale Speedway.