Prior to the start of the NASCAR Xfinity Series season, Chase Briscoe told reporters he had a goal of scoring “eight to 10 wins” with his No. 98 Stewart-Haas Racing team.
Ross Chastain had a big weight lifted off his shoulders this week with the announcement that he’ll drive for Chip Ganassi Racing in the NASCAR Cup Series next year.
Jeffrey Earnhardt will have a new, green look this weekend as the NASCAR Xfinity Series heads westward to Las Vegas Motor Speedway.
With silly season in full swing, Austin Cindric’s name has been tossed around the rumor mill as a potential candidate for a NASCAR Cup Series ride next season.
NASCAR Xfinity Series rookie contender Riley Herbst hasn’t had the maiden voyage he expected in his first full-time season in the division.
JD Motorsports with Gary Keller has announced that TikTok, the fastest-growing social media platform of the decade, will partner with Ryan Vargas for the remainder of the NASCAR Xfinity Series season.
The National Motorsports Appeals Panel has upheld the behavioral penalty issued on Sept. 10 to NASCAR veteran Mike Wallace.
After winning the NASCAR Xfinity Series season opener at Daytona Int’l Speedway in February, Noah Gragson noted “the stress of making the playoffs just melted away.”
Chase Briscoe, the top-seeded driver in the NASCAR Xfinity Series playoffs, will lead the field to green for the postseason opener at Las Vegas Motor Speedway on Saturday.
Chase Briscoe won seven races during the NASCAR Xfinity Series regular season, but he told reporters on Tuesday that it’s too early to cast him as the championship favorite.
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