Riley Herbst

Riley Herbst Set For 4 K&N West Starts

Riley Herbst will drive the No. 54 Toyota for Bill McAnally Racing during the first four races — the NAPA 500 Challenge — of the NASCAR K&N Pro Series West campaign

Pfizer Continues With Richard Childress Racing

Richard Childress Racing is continuing its partnership with Pfizer Inc., a premier innovative biopharmaceutical company, for the 2017 NASCAR XFINITY Series season
Joe Gibbs Racing

PEAK & BlueDEF Sponsoring Joe Gibbs Racing

Old World Industries, the parent company of PEAK and BlueDEF, has announced a multi-year sponsorship deal with Joe Gibbs Racing and drivers Matt Kenseth and Daniel Suarez.

Tifft Combining Racing, Brain Tumor Awareness

Eight months removed from surgery to remove a non-malignant brain tumor, NASCAR XFINITY Series rookie Matt Tifft continues to drive awareness for the cause as he follows his passion behind the wheel.
Kevin Harvick

Kevin Harvick Earns Pole At Atlanta Oval

Kevin Harvick continued the strong week for Stewart-Haas Racing on Friday afternoon by winning the pole for Sunday’s Folds of Honor QuikTrip 500 at Atlanta Motor Speedway.
Kurt Busch

Daytona 500 Victory Still Surreal For Kurt Busch

For Kurt Busch, the fact he got to celebrate in victory lane after winning the Feb. 26 Daytona 500 is still a bit surreal.

Clint Bowyer Learns The Ropes At SHR

Last year, when retiring three-time champion Tony Stewart was asked about Clint Bowyer, his 2017 replacement in the No. 14 Haas Automation Ford Fusion, Stewart offered an interesting description of Bowyer’s personality

Carl Edwards: Out Of The Driver’s Seat

Carl Edwards’ racing career was a dead end. He was a local hero struggling to get recognition on a national level.
Daytona 500, Clash

Who Are The Favorites For Sunday’s Daytona 500?

There are plenty of drivers that can possibly win Sunday’s 59th Daytona 500, but only a few of them have earned the role as a favorite.
Daytona 500

Drivers Make Final Laps Ahead Of Daytona 500

After completing the final practice session on Saturday for the 59th Daytona 500, the next time the Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series drivers hit the track, it’s all business.

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