Former Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series champion Matt Kenseth is reportedly returning to Roush Fenway Racing for the first time since 2012.
Multiple media outlets have reported that Joe Gibbs Racing and Toyota have renewed their manufacturer agreement, which spans across both the Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series and the NASCAR Xfinity Series.
Just as Kyle Busch heading in the stands to celebrate with the fans Saturday night at Richmond Raceway was a rare occurrence, Chase Elliott’s smile after a runner-up finish in the Toyota Owners 400 was arguably equally as rare.
DGR-Crosley announced Monday that 18-year-old Tyler Dippel has joined the team to compete in the remainder of the NASCAR K&N Pro Series East events this year.
JUSTDRIVE.com has become the title sponsor of the NASCAR K&N Pro Series East race on June 16 at New Jersey Motorsports Park.
When Kyle Busch qualified 32nd for Saturday’s Toyota Owners 400 at Richmond Raceway, it looked as if any chance he had to win his third-straight Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series race was effectively over.
Christopher Bell did everything right on Friday evening, holding off debutant Noah Gragson to earn his first NASCAR Xfinity Series victory of the season during the ToyotaCare 250.
Martin Truex Jr. became the first driver with three poles this year after earning the top starting position for the Toyota Owners 400 Friday afternoon at Richmond Raceway.
Timothy Peters will attempt to make his NASCAR Energy Cup Series debut in the April 29 GEICO 500 at Talladega (Ala.) Superspeedway
Michigan Int’l Speedway and Consumers Energy have expanded their relationship in a multi-year agreement to include the entitlement sponsorship of the August Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series race