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.
Kyle Larson controlled the middle stint of Sunday’s Apache Warrior 400 at Dover Int’l Speedway, notching his fourth Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series stage win of the season and a crucial playoff point as well.
Martin Truex Jr. qualified a spot better than he did in June at Dover Int’l Speedway.
A “perfect” pit stop and a brilliant final restart allowed Kyle Larson to blow past regular season champion Martin Truex Jr. in overtime Saturday night at Richmond Raceway, winning the Federated Auto Parts 400 in a thrilling finish.
Kyle Larson leapt to the top of the time sheets during final Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series practice Friday afternoon at Richmond Raceway.
Chip Ganassi Racing announced Monday morning that First Data, a global leader in commerce-enabling technology, will partner with Kyle Larson two upcoming Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series races.
BRISTOL, Tenn. — Kyle Busch became the first person in NASCAR history to complete two separate weekend sweeps of NASCAR’s national touring series at the same track by winning Saturday night’s Bass Pro Shops NRA Night Race. His third victory of the weekend was much more difficult than the first two, however, as he had to hold off rookie Erik Jones …
NASCAR XFINITY Series rookie Cole Custer and west coast short track racer Zack St. Onge will join Race Chaser Online’s Motorsports Madness radio show as guest analysts for its newest episode, as the cast wraps up a huge weekend of racing from coast to coast.
After running second to Donny Schatz in Saturday night’s 5-hour Energy Knoxville Nationals, Kyle Larson came to Michigan fired up and seeking vengeance on Sunday afternoon.
Polesitter David Gravel’s misfortune turned into Donny Schatz’s bankroll Saturday night at Knoxville Raceway, as the Fargo, N.D. veteran assumed the lead after Gravel’s motor went south and led the final 28 laps to win his 10th-career 5-hour Energy Knoxville Nationals title.
Kyle Larson has been given the go-ahead from car owner Chip Ganassi to return to Knoxville Raceway Saturday night and compete in the 57th annual 5-hour Energy Knoxville Nationals championship A-Main.
Kyle Larson’s preliminary night win on Wednesday night at Knoxville Raceway cemented his status as one of the best multi-surface drivers of the current era, and affirmed to Larson himself that he’s at the top of his game right now each time he steps back into a sprint car.