The NASCAR Pinty’s Series is breaking new ground next year by going dirt racing.
Loris Hezemans will collect one of his prizes for capturing the NASCAR Whelen Euro Series PRO championship this weekend in Mexico City, Mexico.
NASCAR and Rev Racing have announced the six ethnically-diverse and female drivers selected to the 2020 NASCAR Drive for Diversity Driver Development Program.
Ty Gibbs bagged his first NASCAR K&N Pro Series West victory during the season finale Saturday at ISM Raceway.
A return to Martinsville Speedway in Virginia and a debut at Iowa Speedway headlines the NASCAR Whelen Modified Tour schedule for next season.
Mike Smeriglio III, a four-time NASCAR Whelen Modified Tour championship winning car owner with driver Doug Coby, has announced his retirement.
Derek Kraus was the overwhelming favorite coming into Kern County Raceway Park, winning the last three events at the California half-mile in successive fashion. He added to his impressive KCRP resume and then some in Saturday’s NAPA/ENEOS 150, leading every lap from the pole and surviving an overtime restart
Nicholas Sanchez walked to the Rev Racing transporters in the New Smyrna Speedway infield looking for a bottle of water and a chance to take a deep breath.
The NASCAR Whelen Euro Series will visit seven European countries and major cities next year as part of a busy schedule featuring 13 rounds of racing.
The NASCAR Whelen Modified Tour will return to Pennsylvania's Jennerstown Speedway in 2020.
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