The NASCAR Cup Series power ranking is after Darlington Raceway. This weekend they race the All-Star event at North Wilkesboro Speedway.
The NASCAR Cup Series regular season has officially hit its halfway point with the completion of the Goodyear 400 at Darlington. Even in just 13 races, the season has already seen more than its share of unexpected twists and turns, and Darlington added more fuel to that fire. Top contenders Kyle Larson, Martin Truex Jr., and Ross Chastain were all taken out of contention in final-stage incidents, and instead, William Byron drove through and grabbed his third win of the season, becoming the first driver to do so this year. The win for Byron means there are no changes at the top spot, but the rest of the list sees some shake-ups this week as we head into the All-Star break.
Kyle Busch avoids a last-lap wreck to earn a NASCAR Cup Series win at Talladega Superspeedway in the GEICO 500.
With the short track stretch behind the NASCAR Cup Series, the field looks to Talladega Superspeedway. A racetrack that needs no introduction as no driver has an easy day at the longest track in the campaign.
It is a stressful weekend for many teams with the unknowns that lay within the two-and-a-half-mile superspeedway. With any high-speed race, a day can be ruined or made depending primarily on luck. That is why every driver has a chance if they are in the race.
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.
The NASCAR Cup Series Power Ranking after Atlanta Motor Speedway and the Ambetter 400 on Sunday afternoon.
The West Coast swing has officially concluded, with the Cup Series visiting Atlanta Motor Speedway this past Sunday. Atlanta is no longer the track it was once and now resembles more of a superspeedway in the way the cars drive, making the result much more unpredictable. But you wouldn’t have known that by watching Sunday’s race.
Tyler Reddick is the NASCAR Cup Series Playoff Spoiler with a Win at Texas Motor Speedway in the AutoTrader EchoPark Automotive 500 on Sunday.
FORT WORTH, Texas _ They say everything is “bigger” in Texas and certainly NASCAR’s Round of 12 Playoff opener at Texas Motor Speedway lived up to the billing. From Playoff consequences to a red flag delay to bumper-banging aggression, tire fall-off, and record statistical marks, there was no shortage of competitive drama in Sunday’s AutoTrader EchoPark Automotive 500.