After so much heartbreak in his last two Cup races, Chase Elliott finally broke through for his first premier series win of 2020 on Thursday.
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Rain has yet again forced NASCAR to postpone a race. This time, it’s Wednesday night’s Alsco Uniforms 500 and the Bristol Xfinity race to Thursday and Monday, respectively.
Chase Elliott, who flipped the bird at Kyle Busch last Wednesday and sought the $50,000 bounty for anyone who could beat him, held off the reigning Cup champion in his first Truck start since 2017 and the series’ first event in over three months.
Despite finishing second in Sunday’s Coca-Cola 600, Jimmie Johnson has been disqualified after failing post-race inspection.
Before Sunday’s Coca-Cola 600, a tungsten ballast fell out of Denny Hamlin’s car. Due to its serious risks of injury should a driver hit it, Hamlin’s head crew members face a four-race suspension.
For NASCAR’s upcoming races with no qualifying, the starting lineup will be set by random draw, followed by field inversions for later races.
North Carolina governor Roy Cooper has confirmed NASCAR teams will be classified as essential business, allowing workers to return to their shops.
With Memorial Day right around the corner, teams are changing up their cars in special ways for the Coca-Cola 600.
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William Byron, Darrell Wallace Jr., and Kyle Larson advanced to Saturday night’s Monster Energy All-Star Race with stage wins, while Alex Bowman did the same with his Fan Vote win.
With B.J. McLeod behind the wheel, Rick Ware Racing will début a third car for the Monster Energy Open.
The 2019 Monster Energy NASCAR Cup All-Star Race format has been revealed.
Kurt Busch will have the option available to him to make a return to the Indianapolis 500 according to his new team boss Chip Ganassi.
In NASCAR’s longest race, Kyle Busch crushed the field as he led 377 of 400 laps en route to winning his first Coca-Cola 600. He is now the first driver in NASCAR history to win a points-paying race at every Cup track.