A visit to Kentucky Speedway served as a good reminder of NASCAR racing from a fan’s perspective.
Alex Bowman is part of the club now. That means no more cracks about coming up empty. He’s a winner once again.
NASCAR overturned a victory for the first time under its toughened new policy on cheating when Brett Moffitt was declared the winner of the truck series race at Iowa Speedway after Ross Chastain failed a post-race inspection.
Ronnie McCarty may have cut back his racing schedule this season, but it hasn’t cut back his performance.
Sherman Utsman, part of the “First Family of Auto Racing in Northeast Tennessee,” died Monday morning. He was 87.
Sunday’s race at Michigan International Speedway was postponed because of rain and was rescheduled for Monday at 5 p.m.
The good times and NASCAR milestones keep piling up for Kyle Busch and Joe Gibbs Racing.
Martin Truex Jr. overcame an early flat tire after hitting the wall, then survived a wild restart five laps from the end Sunday night to win the Coca-Cola 600 for the second time in four seasons.
A new rules package designed to produce better and closer racing and a return to single-car qualifying are a couple of decisions I can appreciate as a longtime race fan.
JGR’s Martin Truex Jr. weaved through traffic from the back of the field to win a Monday race at Dover International Speedway for the second time in his Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series career.
NASCAR will race at noon Monday after rain fell on the mile concrete track all day and the only action came from a Charlie Daniels Band concert.
Part of the post-race analysis for Sunday’s race at Talladega included the line, “It’s big for Chase Elliott. It’s big for Hendrick Motorsports and it’s big for Chevrolet.” It was also big for NASCAR.
Chase Elliott won Sunday’s race at Talladega Superspeedway, giving Chevrolet its first Cup Series victory of the season.
For pure racing in the 3,500-pound NASCAR Cup cars, nothing beats what we’ve seen in recent months on the short tracks
Once again during Sunday’s Food City 500, Kyle Busch was the most entertaining driver on the track. His eighth win at the “World’s Fastest Half-Mile” — in which he beat older brother Kurt for the victory — came with its own set of challenges.