Bobby Labonte will miss the AdvoCare 500 at Atlanta Motor Speedway after breaking three ribs in a bicycling accident near his home.
Kevin Harvick won Duel 1 at Daytona International Speedway, securing the third starting spot in the Daytona 500. Kyle Busch won Duel 2 to earn the fourth starting spot in the 500.
AAA 400 Review: Kurt Busch beats rival Jimmie Johnson; Tony Stewart, Dale Earnhardt Jr, and Ryan Newman have rough days; and a points shakeup.
TriStar Motorsports announced that the team has signed Mike Bliss to drive its No. 19 Nationwide Series Chevy for the entire 2011 season.
Two NASCAR Nationwide Series crew chiefs have been fined for infractions found during the Subway Jalapeño 250 at Daytona International Speedway, the stock car sanctioning body announced Wednesday. Curtis Aldridge, crew chief for Jay Robinson Racing’s no 49 and driver Mark Green, was fined $10,000 and placed on probation through the end of the calendar […]
Carl Edwards won the NASCAR Nationwide Series Bucyrus 200 at Road America from the pole position to score his first victory of the season. Jacques Villeneuve took the lead with 12 laps to go. But, the caution flew, bunching up the field. Edwards passed Villeneuve with nine laps to go.
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.
Tommy Baldwin Racing and Mike Bliss have parted ways effective immediately, according to FoxSports. Bliss will replace Aric Almirola in Phoenix Racing’s No. 1 Sprint Cup entry. Almirola left to concentrate on the Camping World Truck Series. Johnny Sauter will assume pilot the No. 36 Wave Energy Chevy at Texas and Talladega. No word on who […]
Jimmie Johnson and Kasey Kahne nipped Kevin Harvick and Tony Stewart at the line respectively to emerge from the Gatorade Duels victorious. The combined margin of victory was .02 of a second. Johnson beat Harvick by a mere .005, and Kahne beat Stewart by .014.