William Byron avoids the big one to win at Darlington Raceway in the NASCAR Cup Series Goodyear 400 on Sunday.
The NASCAR Cup Series had one week remaining before the All-Star break. This weekend was spent at Darlington Raceway for a throwback-themed race. Many drivers sported throwback paint schemes to honor racing legends that came before. However, a paint scheme never stays fresh for long when racing at Darlington. This tough racetrack is known for leaving its mark on those who wish to conquer it.
Joey Logano moves William Byron to win at Darlington Raceway in the NASCAR Cup Series Goodyear 400 on Sunday afternoon.
Darlington Raceway is one of the original speedways since the beginning of NASCAR. The track in Darlington, South Carolina is the perfect setting for a throwback weekend. Drivers pay tribute to the legends of the past with historic paint schemes that make fans reminisce about the glory days of the past. For the drivers, winning at Darlington has a significance that makes the action on the track much more exciting.
Martin Truex Jr dominates at Darlington for this third victory this year in the NASCAR Cup Series Goodyear 400 on Sunday afternoon.
The NASCAR Cup Series schedule is introducing a second race at Darlington Raceway this year. The first race at ‘The Lady in Black’ was last Sunday for the Goodyear 400. This event also includes the throwback weekend, where drivers pay tribute to those of the past by sporting symbolic paint schemes from legends throughout the years. In recent years the event is during Labor Day weekend in September. This year the throwback weekend is returning to the more traditional Mother’s Day weekend. Whatever the date, the tribute is always a fun way of honoring NASCAR history.