William Byron secures 300th Hendrick Motorsports victory with a win at Texas Motor Speedway in the Auto Trader EchoPark Automotive 400.
FORT WORTH, Texas – Hendrick Motorsports driver William Byron took the lead on a restart with six laps remaining and held off the field to claim Sunday’s AutoTrader EchoPark Automotive 400 victory on a steamy-hot highly dramatic afternoon of NASCAR Cup Series Playoff action at Texas Motor Speedway.
William Byron steals the NASCAR Cup Series show at Texas Motor Speedway with Hendrick Motorsports 300th win in the Auto Trader EchoPark Automotive 400.
A new Round of 12 in the playoffs can act as a clean slate for drivers who struggled in the previous Round of 16. The 12 remaining drivers looked forward to opening the second round of the playoffs at Texas Motor Speedway. This race serves as a great opportunity for teams to have solid finishes as Talladega Superspeedway and the Charlotte Road Course are on the horizon to complete the Round of 12.
Denny Hamlin dominates the NASCAR Cup Series final stage to win the Bristol Night Race at Bristol Motor Speedway on Sunday night.
The elimination race of the NASCAR Cup Series opening Round of 16 took place at Bristol Motor Speedway under the Tennessee night sky. A 500-lap battle around the high-banked, concrete surface was the final test for which 12 drivers will continue in the playoffs.
Tyler Reddick grabs a victory at Kansas Speedway to advance to the NASCAR Cup Series Round of 12 in the Hollywood Casino 400 on Sunday.
Kansas Speedway hosted the second race in the NASCAR Cup Series Round of 16 playoffs. A thrilling race at Darlington Raceway last week painted a good picture of how dramatic the playoffs can be. These theatrics continued at Kansas with some teams continuing on with their success, while others struggled.