William Byron Claims His First NASCAR Cup Series Road Course Win at Watkins Glen

William Byron claims his first NASCAR Cup Series road course win at Watkins Glen International in the Go Bowling at The Glen on Sunday afternoon.

The regular season for the NASCAR Cup Series has wound down to two remaining races of their regular season coming into Sunday. A tough task at Watkins Glen International followed by an unpredictable race at Daytona International Speedway. This has been a tough closing stretch of the season with two road course races and a superspeedway race in three straight weeks. The wide variety of racing has produced a nerve-wrenching battle to close out the regular season. 

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William Byron Dominates for a NASCAR Cup Series Win at Watkins Glen

William Byron dominates for a NASCAR Cup Series win at Watkins Glen International in the Go Bowling at The Glen on Sunday.

WATKINS GLEN, N.Y. – William Byron added to his season highlight reel earning his first career NASCAR Cup Series road-course victory with a dominant win in Sunday’s Go Bowling at The Glen at historic Watkins Glen (N.Y.) International.

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Michael McDowell Grabs His NASCAR Cup Series Playoff Spot with a Win at Indianapolis

Michael McDowell grabs his NASCAR Cup Series playoff spot with a win at Indianapolis Motor Speedway Road Course in the Verizon 200.

Running a race he knew he could win, Michael McDowell held off Chase Elliott in Sunday’s Verizon 200 at the Brickyard and grabbed a spot in the NASCAR Cup Series Playoffs.

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How Does NASCAR Reduce the Chaos on Overtime Restarts at Road Courses?

How does NASCAR reduce the chaos on overtime restarts at road courses? This commentary explores possible solutions for consideration. The answer is not an easy one.

The NASCAR Cup Series race at Circuit of the Americas/COTA was one of the best races in a long time, providing good racing action for everyone, The race showcases varying pit strategies, red-hot battles on the track, and drivers having to walk the delicate tightrope between running hard enough to hold position while trying to conserve fuel. Sadly, the entertainment value of the race came undone at the end with a late caution leading to several overtime restarts and chaos. 

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NASCAR Leadership is Optimistic about the Future of the Sport


AVONDALE, ARIZONA – NOVEMBER 04: NASCAR President Steve Phelps (L) and NASCAR Executive Vice President Steve O’Donnell speak to the media during the NASCAR annual State of the Sport address at Phoenix Raceway on November 04, 2022, in Avondale, Arizona. (Photo by Jared C. Tilton/Getty Images)

NASCAR leadership is optimistic about the future of the sport during Championship Weekend at Phoenix Raceway

PHOENIX, Ariz. – In a wide-ranging hour-long question and answer session Friday morning at Phoenix Raceway, NASCAR President Steve Phelps and Chief Operating Officer Steve O’Donnell addressed the media, delivering an upbeat update on the state of the sport and addressing issues from scheduling, leadership, diversity and the status of the Next Gen car heading into the 2023 season, which marks the sport’s 75th anniversary. 

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