Austin Dillon Puts the No. 3 Chevrolet Back in Victory Lane on Fuel-Mileage Gamble

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Armed with a new crew chief and a gas tank that held just enough fuel to get him to the end of 600 miles with less than a second to spare, Austin Dillon won the first Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series of his career and put the vaunted No. 3 Chevrolet back in Victory Lane for the first time since 2000. Continue reading

For Ryan Blaney, There is Only One No. 1 Driver

Ryan Blaney and his father, Dave Blaney Photo – Sean Gardner/Getty Images

Ryan Blaney won his fifth NASCAR XFINITY Series race on Saturday at Charlotte Motor Speedway.

His father, Dave Blaney, won only once in the series—driving for owner Todd Braun at Charlotte in 2006, when Ryan was 12 years old. Continue reading

Kyle Busch Likes Changes to Cup Schedule for 2018

Kyle Busch, driver of the #18 M&M’s Red, White, & Blue Toyota, signs autographs prior to the drivers meeting for the Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series Coca-Cola 600 at Charlotte Motor Speedway on May 28, 2017 in Charlotte, North Carolina Photo – Mike Comer/Getty Images

Kyle Busch says he won’t know whether—or where—he’s coming or going in 2018, because major changes to the Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series schedule are bound to keep Busch and other drivers guessing. Continue reading