Graham Rahal says Wednesday’s six-car test at Indianapolis Motor Speedway suggests the series has made strong progress toward improving the racing on big ovals.
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It’s been a long, difficult season for NASCAR Cup Series driver Ty Dillon but once again he found some solace in a restrictor-plate race.
Next year’s Lexus RC F entries in IMSA WeatherTech SportsCar Championship’s GT Daytona class will be run by a new squad that sees AIM Autosport combine forces with IndyCar team-owner partners Jimmy Vasser and James Sullivan.
Lilly Diabetes, which has partnered with Roush Fenway Racing since the 2013 NASCAR Xfinity Series season with Ryan Reed, will cease their sponsorship at the conclusion of 2018.
Aric Almirola had led more laps this season, he had been in better positions to earn wins, but the sweetest takeaway from Talladega (Ala.) Superspeedway on Sunday was the victory.
After setting himself apart as one of the ‘Big 3’ throughout most of the NASCAR Cup Series season, reigning series champion Martin Truex Jr. is in danger of falling out of playoffs.
Chip Ganassi Racing’s Kyle Larson salvaged an 11th-place Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series finish at Talladega on Sunday, but was unable to hide his frustration as he hit out at his team’s lack of pace at restrictor plate tracks.
Kevin Harvick says Stewart-Haas Racing’s plan to attack Talladega (Ala.) Superspeedway was a good, but sometimes plans go awry.
Kurt Busch, who was leading Talladega at the white flag, ended up 14th in the finishing order after running out of fuel.
The ending didn’t go quite as Stewart-Haas Racing had planned but the result was just as important.
Katherine Legge says she is disappointed about failing to clinch the IMSA GT Daytona championship, but is proud of the Meyer Shank Racing team and co-drivers who helped her title quest.
Kevin Harvick took the Stage 2 win at Talladega (Ala.) Superspeedway as Stewart-Haas Racing dominated again.