Larson Wins Third Straight At Michigan
Kyle Larson and Michigan International Speedway go together like a hand and glove. Coming into this afternoon's race, Larson had won back to back races at MIS dating back to last season. Larson was not a factor early on, and it looked like he would not go to victory line for the third straight time. Mic...
Busch Leads Final 16 Laps, Wins First Race at Pocono
Coming into Sunday,  Kyle Busch hadn't won in 36 races. Well, the drought has finally ended! Busch, who had never won at Pocomo Raceway, came back from a 6 second deficit to lead the final 16 laps. The #18 car was dominate throughout, winning stage 1, leading all 50 laps. Busch an...
After substituting for Dale Earnhardt, Jr. the second half of last season, it's been announced Alex Bowman will take over the no. 88 car in 2018. Junior is retiring at the end of this Monster Energy Cup Series season.
Celebrating 60 Years
This weekend, folks all over the tristate will be celebrating Independence Day.  And our friends at Tri-State Speedway in Haubstadt, Indiana will be celebrating another special occasion as well.  It's the race track's 60th anniversary season and they're celebrating with the Sprint Stampede, July 2nd!
Larson Dominates, Holds off Elliott at Michigan
Kyle Larson was persistent all day long. The driver of the #42 Target Chevy coundn't shake Martin Truex Jr. in the first two stages, finishing 2nd to Truex in the first two segments of the  Fire Keepers Casino 400. Despite having trouble with Truex, Larson continued to mash the gas pedal, taking the lead with 9 laps to go, after a late race caution.  T...
Stenhouse Survives, Wins at Talladega
Ricky Stenhouse Jr. started exactly where you'd want to start a NASCAR race, from the pole position. Stenhouse wouldn't stay in the lead long, falling to the back of the pack early on. However, Stenhouse survived a late race crash that gathered up nearly half the field, on his way to winning the Gieco 500 at Talladega Super Speedway...
Newman Wins at Phoenix, Ends Long Drought For Richard Childress Racing
Ryan Newman took advantage of a late race caution, in stage 3 to win the Camping World 500, Sunday afternoon. Newman reminded in the top ten all race long, and chose not to pit during the final caution period. Newman's gamble paid off, as he took control in the final two laps, ending a long winless streak for himself and Richard Childress Racing...
Logano wins Clash Sunday afternoon at Daytona
The 2017 NASCAR season is underway, albeit a day late, Rain washed out the start of the Advance Auto Parts Clash, Saturday evening. Once things got started, the action was fast and furious. Jimmie Johnson and Kurt Busch were knocked out of the race, when  Johnson hit the wall hard in two separate incidents, in turn four...
Nascar Changes in 2017
NASCAR scheduled a press conference for this afternoon where they’ll detail competition changes for 2017. Here’s what we know so far.

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