SPEEDWAY, Ind. – It was the kind of day Bubba Wallace had likely pictured as a kid – a triumphant performance on one of racing’s brightest stages. His third-place finish in Sunday’s Big Machine Records 400 at the Brickyard was his best showing since a runner-up finish in the 2018 season-opening Daytona 500.Continue reading
On lap 62 of Sunday’s GoBowling at The Glen, Bubba Wallace and Kyle Busch exited turn seven side-by-side, fighting for position.
Wallace steered to the right, banging doors with Busch’s No. 18 Toyota and forcing the car toward the wall that separates pit road from the racing surface. Busch turned his car back to the left and collided with Wallace’s No. 43 Ford.Continue reading
Editor’s Note: Due to the postponement of the Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series race at Michigan, our Fan4Racing Radio show, scheduled for tonight is also postponed to Tuesday (June 11th) night at 8:30 pm ET.
BROOKLYN, Mich. – A persistent drizzle foiled track-drying efforts on Sunday at Michigan International Speedway and forced postponement of the Firekeepers Casino 400 Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series event until Monday afternoon.
The race has been rescheduled for 5 pm ET Monday and will be broadcast on FS1, MRN and SiriusXM NASCAR Radio.
With pole winner Joey Logano and second-place starter at the head of the field, the Cup drivers got the one-to-go signal at 3 pm. Sunday, but as the cars circled the track, the rain picked up in turns three and four and scrapped the start.
NASCAR ordered the cars to pit road, and the drivers exited. The track was almost dry by 4:15 pm ET when another rain cell struck and forced the postponement. Ryan Blaney, Bubba Wallace, and Corey LaJoie passed the time during the rain delay by throwing a football, eventually lobbing it into the grandstand and playing catch with fans who braved the rain.
The NASCAR Monster Energy Cup Series reached the All-Star break this past weekend. It was a hot one in Charlotte, as race day temperatures nearly reached one hundred degrees leaving the track surface hot and slick. NASCAR likes to test out different packages in the All-Star Race and this year they added a few features that could possibly be used with the Gen-7 package that will be released in a couple of years.Continue reading
MARTINSVILLE, Va. – A week after locking up his 200th NASCAR national series victory at Auto Club Speedway in Fontana, Calif., Kyle Busch took the first step toward the next century mark.Continue reading