Northeast Legend Ted Christopher Killed In Plane Crash

Ted Christopher, a former NASCAR Whelen Modified Tour and NASCAR Whelen All-American Series National champion, was killed Saturday afternoon in a plane crash. The Plainville, Conn., native was 59 years old.
Bobby Labonte is the latest entrant in the Brickyard Invitational VROC Charity Pro-Am at Indianapolis Motor Speedway.

Bobby Labonte To Race At Bowman Gray

NASCAR Hall of Fame Class of 2020 inductee Bobby Labonte will compete in a tour-type modified this Saturday at Bowman Gray Stadium in Winston Salem, N.C.
Greg Biffle

Greg Biffle Leaving Roush Fenway Racing

Greg Biffle confirmed Monday that he is departing Roush Fenway Racing after 19 years with the organization.
Kaulig Crew Chief

Kaulig Crew Chief Nick Harrison Dies At 37

Longtime NASCAR crew chief Nick Harrison, who had served as the signal-caller for Justin Haley at Kaulig Racing this season, has died.
Robert Yates

Engine Builder, Team Owner Robert Yates Dies

Robert Yates, a former NASCAR championship winning team owner and engine builder, died Monday evening after a battle with liver cancer. He was 74 years old.
Friesen's Kentucky Truck Confiscated By NASCAR

Friesen’s Kentucky Truck Confiscated By NASCAR

NASCAR confiscated the primary No. 52 Halmar Friesen Racing Chevrolet Silverado of Stewart Friesen on Thursday morning at Kentucky Speedway.

Dodge May Return To NASCAR’s Premier Series

The CEO of Fiat Chrysler Automobiles, Sergio Marchionne, revealed on Sunday during the Ferrari Finali Mondiali at Daytona Int'l Speedway that the Dodge brand may make a return to NASCAR's premier series in the near future.

Kahne Forced To End NASCAR Career Early

Kasey Kahne confirmed Tuesday morning he is ending his NASCAR career early after not being cleared to compete for the remainder of the Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series season.

It’s Official, Kasey Kahne Is Out At Hendrick

As has been speculated for several weeks, Hendrick Motorsports announced Monday that Kasey Kahne will not return to the team next season.
Daytona 500

Lowe’s To Leave, No. 48 Team Seeks Sponsor

After 17 seasons of sponsoring Hendrick Motorsports and seven-time Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series champion Jimmie Johnson, Lowe’s Companies will not return to the team in 2019

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