Richard Childress Racing driver Brain Scott will make his Sprint Cup Series debut in the Bank of America 500 at Charlotte Motor Speedway, driving the No. 33 RCR Chevy with sponsorship from Shore Lodge.
It wasn’t a NASCAR Sprint Cup Series competitor that the NASCAR Nationwide Series field had to worry about at Kentucky Speedway. Instead, it was a NASCAR Camping World Truck Series standout in Ryan Blaney who stole the show and won Saturday night’s Kentucky 300.
Kyle Busch won his 10th NASCAR Nationwide Series race in 20 starts this season, leading 195 of the 200 laps of the Dollar General 300.
Brad Keselowski won the Virginia 529 College Savings 250 at Richmond after a controversial final restart.
Kevin Harvick edged Kyle Busch for the win in the Great Clips/Grit Chips 300 at Atlanta Motor Speedway, after the drivers waged a battle over the final seven laps.
Earnhardt Ganassi Racing has announced that Kyle Larson will drive the No. 42 Target Chevy in 2014.
Kyle Busch pulled away from Brad Keselowski during the final green flag run to win the Food City 250 at Bristol; the 60th Nationwide Series victory of his career.
Roush Fenway Racing announced that they have reached an agreement with AdvoCare to sponsor Trevor Bayne and the No. 6 Nationwide Series team.
With it being expected that Austin Dillon will move to the Sprint Cup Series full time in 2014, driving for Richard Childress Racing, Austin’s younger brother Ty Dillon is said to be moving from the Camping World Truck Series to the Nationwide Series full time in 2014 driving for RCR.
AJ Allmendinger dominated the Nationwide Children’s Hospital 200 Nationwide Series race at the Mid-Ohio Sports Car Course, leading 73 of 94 laps.