Stewart-Haas Racing has confirmed reports that the team will promote Cole Custer from its NASCAR Xfinity Series team to the NASCAR Cup Series in 2020.
Josh Williams will roll out his most meaningful paint scheme of the season during Saturday’s NASCAR Xfinity Series season finale at Homestead-Miami Speedway.
While Kyle Busch was celebrating his second Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series championship, two veteran competitors quietly said goodbye to the sport.
Though Cole Custer’s name was all over the news on Thursday, the Stewart-Haas Racing driver deflected questions about his future during Championship 4 Media Day at the Miami Beach Edition Hotel.
Joe Gibbs and Tony Stewart will become adversaries on Sunday afternoon when their organizations do battle for the Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series crown.
Longtime NASCAR crew chief Nick Harrison, who had served as the signal-caller for Justin Haley at Kaulig Racing this season, has died.
All season, the question has been asked: when will Kevin Harvick break through and return to victory lane in the Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series?
Daniel Suarez met with reporters Friday for the first time since the news that he wouldn’t be back with Stewart-Haas Racing became public, noting surprise at the team’s decision.
Cole Custer saw his lead in the season-long NASCAR Xfinity Series wins column disappear again on Saturday after rival Christopher Bell took down the victory in the ROXOR 200.
GMS Racing has announced that Jeff Stankiewicz will assume the crew chief duties for the No. 2 Chevy Accessories Chevrolet piloted by Sheldon Creed in the NASCAR Gander Outdoors Truck Series.
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