The first round of the NASCAR Camping World Truck Series Playoffs features more variables than a complex physics equation. Continue reading
For the first time in NASCAR history, two international series—the NASCAR Whelen Euro Series and the NASCAR Pinty’s Series run in Canada—will engineer an exchange of one driver from each series to compete in the championship race in the other’s series later this year. Continue reading
New Hampshire Motor Speedway may be losing one of its Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series races next season, but the track and NASCAR have devised a formidable tripleheader weekend to take the place of the Cup event next September.
In what is billed as the largest ever touring series event, NHMS will host the longest NASCAR Whelen Modified Series race in history (250 laps at the 1.058-mile track), a race with an international flavor combining the K&N Pro East Series, Peak Mexico Series and Whelen Euro Series, and the first NASCAR Pinty’s Series event ever held outside Canada.
Dates for the extravaganza are Sept. 21-22, 2018.
First, of Two Road Courses Comes at Crucial Time
The NASCAR K&N Pro Series East will begin the final stretch of the season with the Finger Lakes Wine Country 100 at Watkins Glen International in Watkins Glen, N.Y., on Friday, August 4th at 4:45 pm ET and will air on NBCSN. Wednesday, August 9th at 6 pm ET. The road course event will cap off a furious midseason for teams that will have raced five times in a six-week span beginning on July 1st. Continue reading
At 15, Hailie Deegan is the youngest member of the 2017-18 NASCAR Next driver class.
She’s also the only female in the group of nine.
No pressure, right? Continue reading