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.
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Just days after going through one of the worst things a parent could experience when his wife suffered a miscarriage, Chase Briscoe held off Kyle Busch for a thrilling and emotional victory in the Xfinity Series’ first race since March.
Wednesday night NASCAR racing saw Denny Hamlin take the win as rain fell on the track, but perhaps the biggest story of the night is Kyle Busch turning Chase Elliott late.
Reigning Cup champ Kyle Busch and newly-crowned Pro Invitational champ Timmy Hill will run all 7 NASCAR races at Darlington and Charlotte in an 11-day span.
Simon Pagenaud has taken victory in the IndyCar iRacing Challenge at Motegi after a wild finish saw former leaders, Power and McLaughlin, wrecked out of contention.
With Kyle Busch winning so much in the NASCAR Trucks, Kevin Harvick has started a bounty program to see who can beat him, and Chase Elliott and Kyle Larson have thrown their names into the ring.
After a dominating final stage, Kyle Busch is your 2019 Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series champion.
Martin Truex Jr. will certainly remember the 21st night of September as he led a JGR contingent to his second straight race win at Richmond.
Despite an early spin, Kyle Busch bounced back to win at Bristol.
Joe Gibbs Racing’s Denny Hamlin has secured his second race win of the 2019 Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series. The #11 Camry driver took the win at Texas Motor Speedway, coming home ahead of Stewart-Haas Racing’s Clint Bowyer.
Greg Biffle’s first NASCAR race since 2016 will take place in July.