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.
GMS Racing has shut down its NASCAR Xfinity Series program. (HHP/Harold Hinson Photo)

GMS Racing Shutters Xfinity Program

GMS Racing officials have announced the team will not field a NASCAR Xfinity Series team next season.
Xtreme Concepts

Xtreme Concepts Launching New NASCAR Team

Xtreme Concepts set big goals recently when they announced an expansion of their partnership with Joe Gibbs Racing, but Thursday afternoon at Daytona Int’l Speedway they announced an even larger goal.

Gallagher Suspended For Substance Abuse Violation

Spencer Gallagher, who won Saturday's NASCAR Xfinity Series race at Talladega Superspeedway, has been suspended indefinitely from NASCAR for violating the sanctioning body's substance abuse policy.

Ganassi Shuts Down Xfinity Series Program

Chip Ganassi Racing announced Friday that the team has shut down its NASCAR Xfinity Series program, effective immediately.
Tommy Joe Martins will drive for his family team, Martins Motorsports, in the NASCAR Xfinity Series next year. (Toyota Photo)

Martins Motorsports Returning To NASCAR Competition

Three years after shuttering operations, Martins Motorsports is returning to NASCAR national series competition next year in the NASCAR Xfinity Series.
Spring Sizzler

Ryan Preece To Join Joe Gibbs Racing

Ryan Preece, the 2013 NASCAR Whelen Modified Tour champion, will drive select races for Joe Gibbs Racing in the NASCAR XFINITY Series this season
Christopher Bell

Christopher Bell Moving To XFINITY In 2018

Christopher Bell will join Joe Gibbs Racing to compete full-time in the NASCAR XFINITY Series in 2018.
Hamlin DQed, Custer Inherits

Hamlin DQed, Custer Inherits Darlington Victory

Cole Custer may not have been able to get past Denny Hamlin on the final restart of Saturday’s Sport Clips Haircuts/VFW 200, but he still walked out of Darlington Raceway with the trophy.
An on-track incident between Tyler Reddick (pictured) and Cole Custer led to a post-race scuffle on pit road. (HHP/Jim Fluharty Photo)

Tempers Flare, Fists Fly Between Reddick & Custer

Playoff competitors Cole Custer and Tyler Reddick were not happy with each other following Saturday's NASCAR Xfinity Series race at Kansas Speedway, leading to a scuffle on pit road immediately after the race.

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