Kurt Busch completed the Charlotte sweep by backing up his victory in the Sprint Cup All Star Race with a win in the Coca Cola 600. The victory is his second victory of the season and his 22nd of his career.
The pit crew for Denny Hamlin and the Joe Gibbs Racing No. 11 FedEx Toyota won the Sprint Pit Crew Challenge, defeating the defending champion pit crew of Jeff Burton and the Richard Childress Racing No. 31 Caterpillar Chevy.
Richard Childress Racing will honor Dale Earnhardt Sr’s induction into the NASCAR Hall of Fame with two commemorative paint schemes. Austin Dillon will run a special paint scheme on the No. 3 Camping World Series entry at Dover. Jeff Burton will feature a special scheme in the Sprint Showdown. Dale Earnhardt Jr will also commemorate the […]
Denny Hamlin became the first driver to sweep both races at Darlington Raceway in a weekend by following up his victory in the Royal Purple 200 with a win in the Southern 500 after mistakes took Jeff Gordon and Jeff Burton out of contention.
Jeff Gordon saw his 2.5 second lead in the closing laps of the Crown Royal 400 at Richmond International Raceway evaporate when Elliott Sadler blew a tire and slid across the track. That allowed Kyle Busch to get tires and mount a charge that would ultimately result in his 17th career Sprint Cup victory.
Kevin Harvick, who hung in the back most of the day, broke his 115-race winless streak by beating Jamie McMurray to the finish line by 0.011 seconds in the Aaron’s 499 at Talladega Superspeedway.
Ever wonder what it would be like if NASCAR teams drafted drivers like players are drafted in the NFL? I did, so I decided to use a convoluted system to determine where drivers would end up if there was a draft today.
Denny Hamlin, who had to postpone surgery to repair his ACL because the race was delayed due to rain, capitalized on a green-white-checkered finish and a slip-up by Matt Kenseth to win the Goody’s Fast Pain Relief 500 at Martinsville Speedway.
On the penultimate restart, Tony Stewart took the lead of the Helluva Good! Sour Cream Dips at the Glen from Kyle Busch. He then easily held off a late charge from Marcos Ambrose to earn his fifth Sprint Cup victory at Watkins Glen International.
Kyle Busch took the lead from Jeff Gordon with about 30 laps to go, and drove away from the field to win the Crown Royal presents the Russ Friedman 400 at Richmond International Raceway. The victory is his third victory of the Sprint Cup season. Top 5: Busch, Tony Stewart, Jeff Burton, Ryan Newman, and […]