Dave Nichols Jr., a tyre technician for Joey Logano’s #22 Team Penske team, has received a one-race suspension after yanking Denny Hamlin to the ground in a fight following Sunday’s race at Martinsville.
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Can’t spell Martinsville without Martin. As Martin Truex Jr. led all but 36 laps at the short track to clinch a spot in the Championship Round, tempers brewed including a post-race fight between Denny Hamlin and Joey Logano.
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A year after becoming the youngest NHRA drag racing champion, Tanner Gray has stepped up into the stock car world and will run his first NASCAR national series race in late October with the Truck Series at Martinsville.
The 2020 NASCAR Cup Series schedule has been revealed, with various yet major changes, including a new championship location.
Brad Keselowski put on a short track clinic to score the win at Martinsville.
Jeb Burton is back in the Cup Series with Rick Ware Racing.
In a dramatic final battle with Martin Truex Jr., Joey Logano punched his ticket to the Championship Round with a win at Martinsville.
After 190 races and nearly six seasons, Clint Bowyer has finally found his way back to a Cup Series Victory Lane. He held off Kyle Busch to win the STP 500 at Martinsville Speedway, a race that had been postponed to Monday following a snow delay.
The Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series and Camping World Truck Series doubleheader, created due to snow moving the latter to Sunday, has been moved yet again, this time to Monday. This is the first snow-related postponement since 1993.
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Four-time NASCAR champion Jeff Gordon admits that he has considered the possibility of returning to driving should the opportunity come up.
Kyle Busch has sealed himself a spot in the championship four with a win today at Martinsville Speedway; a race that ended in a chaotic fashion thanks to many wrecks.
A pair of short tracks will make their development series returns in 2020.
D.J. Kennington will pilot Spire Motorsports’ #77 at Martinsville.
Two years after his last start in NASCAR’s premier series, Jeb Burton is back for Sunday’s Martinsville race.
After losing his ride at Front Row Motorsports following the 2017 season, Landon Cassill returns to the Cup Series at Martinsville, where he will drive the #00 for StarCom Racing. It is part of a two-race schedule for the team that also includes racing at Texas.
Joey Logano will start on pole position for the NASCAR Cup Series Martinsville playoff race, with championship contender Martin Truex Jr alongside.