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

New Playoff Tracks Highlight NASCAR’s 2018 Schedule Announcement

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NASCAR today announced the 2018 schedule for all three of its national series, and the lineup includes an array of changes to the tracks that make up the Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series playoffs.

NASCAR will add a second short track to the playoff slate, as the 0.75-mile Richmond International Raceway hosts the second playoff race for the first time. In a surprising twist, Charlotte Motor Speedway serves as the first cutoff race, but it won’t be the 1.5-mile layout. For the first time, NASCAR will run on the Charlotte road course oval – a.k.a. the roval –  marking the first time the playoffs will see a road-course layout among its ten races. Continue reading

NASCAR Camping World Truck Series News and Notes – Friday, May 5, 2017

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This is the last off-week for the NASCAR Camping World Truck Series as they return to action next Friday, May 12th for the Toyota Tundra 250 at Kansas Speedway.

Below are some quick facts on the Camping World Truck Series at Kansas. Continue reading