LOUDON, N.H. _ With torrential rain and the threat of storms in the area all day, NASCAR has pushed back Sunday’s scheduled Crayon 301 NASCAR Cup Series race at New Hampshire Motor Speedway to Monday.Continue reading
Performance Seed Dirt Double Returns for ARCA Menards Series events at Springfield and DuQuoin dirt tracks in 2023
For the second consecutive season, the ARCA Menards Series and Performance Seed will offer a bonus to the driver who can win both races the series runs on one-mile dirt tracks. The races at the Illinois State Fairgrounds and DuQuoin State Fairgrounds date to the 1950s, and both have carried the ARCA sanction since the early 1980s.Continue reading
RFK Racing No. 6 team penalized 100 points, fined $100,000 after an R&D inspection process after the NASCAR Cup Series race at Atlanta.
NASCAR officials issued an L2-level penalty to the No. 6 Roush Fenway Keselowski Racing team on Thursday morning, penalizing the team 100 driver points and 100 owner points to significantly impact its path to the postseason.Continue reading
Toyota Unveils ‘Countless’ Daytona 500 feature of the Joe Gibbs Racing drivers and their history in the NASCAR Cup Series. Courtesy of TR
Toyota is proud to debut ‘Countless’, a new commercial featuring two-time Cup Series champion Kyle Busch, 2017 Cup Series champion Martin Truex Jr. and three-time Daytona 500 winner Denny Hamlin.
The piece highlights all of Toyota’s incredible accomplishments in its 15 seasons in the top level of NASCAR, including 162 race wins and three championships. However, for Toyota – it’s not all about the on-track achievements; it’s about the memories made and the ‘countless’ celebrations along the way.
Produced by North Carolina-based What Not Films, which was behind Toyota’s previous motorsports commercial efforts – ‘Sign the Line’ and ‘The Dream,’ ‘Countless’ will make its television debut as part of the Daytona 500 broadcast this afternoon before beginning regular commercial rotation at the series’ second race of the season at Auto Club Speedway.
Sammy Smith battles back from an early penalty to win at Nashville in the ARCA Menards Series Crosley Record Pressing 200 on Saturday night.
NASHVILLE, Tenn. — For a few laps Saturday night, after Sammy Smith had been black-flagged for crossing the start line before the leader when the Crosley Record Pressing 200 presented by T-Mobile at Nashville Fairgrounds Speedway took the green flag, it seemed the ARCA Menards Series East points leader would be in for a rough race.Continue reading