Despite a snafu in the pits that cost him six positions–temporarily–Kyle Busch steamrolled the field in Saturday’s CNBC Prime The Profit 200 at New Hampshire Motor Speedway.
Michael Annett made his return to the NASCAR Nationwide Series, driving the No. 43 Pilot Flying J Ford for Richard Petty Motorsports in the History 300 at Charlotte Motor Speedway.
Tony Stewart won the DRIVE4COPD 300 at Daytona, but the victory was marred by a heart-stopping wreck that saw Kyle Larson’s car demolished after flying into the catch fence.
Richard Petty Motorsports has renewed its partnership with Ford, the team announced. The extended partnership means that RPM will field Fords for its two Sprint Cup teams and its Nationwide Series teams. The team will also continue its deals with Roush Fenway Racing and Roush-Yates Engine. The team still plans to field two Cup teams […]
Joey Logano dominated the OneMain Financial 200 at Dover International Speedway, leading 184 of 200 laps, for his seventh Nationwide Series win of the season.
Kevin Harvick won the Virginia 529 College Savings 250 at Richmond International Raceway, ending a 30-race NASCAR Nationwide Series drought dating to the fall race at Richmond in 2010.
Elliott Sadler won the NASCAR Nationwide Series U.S. Cellular 250 at Iowa Speedway, his fourth victory this season.
Elliott Sadler overcame sickness to win the STP 300 NASCAR Nationwide Series race at Chicagoland Speedway.
Kurt Busch won a wild Subway Jalapeno 250 NASCAR Nationwide Series race at Daytona in which saw a multi-car wreck on the final lap.
Austin Dillon administered an emphatic, definitive, no-doubt-about-it beating to 42 also-rans in the Feed the Children 300 at Kentucky Speedway.