NASCAR XFINITY Series teams are gearing up for the Drive for The Cure 300 Presented by Blue Cross and Blue Shield of North Carolina at Charlotte Motor Speedway on Saturday, October 7th at 3 pm ET. Coverage is on NBCSN at 2:30 pm ET with radio coverage available on PRN, SiriusXM NASCAR Radio. Continue reading
NASCAR Camping World Truck Series teams are ready for action at Kansas Speedway in the Toyota Tundra 250 on Friday night, May 12th. Television coverage begins at 8 pm ET on FOX Sports 1 with radio coverage on MRN and SiriusXM NASCAR Radio.
The green flag waves at around 8:30 pm ET for 250.5 miles over 167 laps. Stage 1 ends on lap 40 with Stage 2 ending on lap 80 and the last stage on the last lap.
2016 Camping World Truck Series Sunoco Rookie of the Year Award winner, William Byron is the defending race winner.
The XFINITY Series will be off the next two weekends as the teams regroup and will return to action on May 27th at Charlotte Motor Speedway for the Hisense 4K TV 300 (on FS1 at 1 p.m. ET). That race will kick-off an 18-week stretch of racing. The next off week won’t be until after series comes back to Charlotte in October. Continue reading
The NASCAR Camping World Truck Series has a week off before their next race on dirt at Eldora Speedway for the Dental Eldora Dirt Derby on Wednesday, July 20th. There are three segments of 40 – 50 – 60 laps for a total of 150 laps covering 75 miles of this fan favorite event. Television overage is on FOX Sports 1 starting at 8:30 pm ET with the green flag around 9 pm ET. Radio coverage is on SiriusXM NASCAR Radio, channel 90..
Byron Captures Fourth Win, KBM’s Record 51st Victory At Kentucky
William Byron led a race-high 70 laps on his way to his Camping World Truck Series-high fourth victory of the season in last Friday’s Buckle Up In Your Truck 225 at Kentucky Speedway. Byron’s triumph was the 51st Camping World Truck Series win for Kyle Busch Motorsports, which surpassed Roush Fenway Racing (50) for the most wins in series history. Continue reading
NASCAR Sprint Cup Series
- Trevor Bayne, driver of the No. 6 car, has received a penalty for his actions during the May 31 race (Sections 12.1, 12.8 b and 10.4.2.1 in the 2015 NASCAR rule book). After the No. 6 car was involved in an on-track incident, the driver walked across the racing surface before he was attended to by the track safety crew. Bayne has been fined $20,000 and placed on NASCAR probation through Dec. 31.
- The No. 4 team has been assessed a P1 level penalty for receiving written warnings in two consecutive events (Section 188.8.131.52b,c NASCAR rule book). At Charlotte, the No. 4 team received a warning for having to go through pre-race inspection more than three times while during opening day inspection at Dover the car’s exhaust pipe was found to not be in conformance to rule book specifications. The team will receive the last choice in the pit selection process for this weekend’s event at Pocono Raceway.