The Xfinity Series will run on the Indianapolis Motor Speedway’s road course on July 4, with the Cup Series racing as scheduled on the famed oval the following day.
NASCAR has changed the rules on its aerodynamic package for short tracks and road courses because the racing didn’t improve at those venues under rules introduced last season.
One of the best — and most underrated — sports betting weekends (including Monday) is upon us, including the Divisional Round of the NFL playoffs and the college football National Championship game. And while the 2020 Daytona 500 is still more than a month away, odds for this year’s edition of the Great American Race …
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When it comes to sports betting, there are solid bets — those offering enough value to warrant wagers — and then there are those you fall over yourself to lock in before the rest of the market sees the same edge you do. In major sports like football or basketball with large limits, these edges …
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Team Penske has overhauled the crew chief assignments for all three of its Cup Series teams.
NASCAR betting is a unique animal. Due to on-track activity, like practice and qualifying, before each race sportsbooks are forced to take odds on and off the board multiple times throughout the week. Because knowing the starting order and speeds for each driver in practice provides an advantage for bettors, oddsmakers can’t allow stale numbers …
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NASCAR’s weekly schedule makes it unique from a betting perspective. Odds typically open early in the week, go on and off the board multiple times for practice and qualifying, then finally open again for good the night before or morning of the race. This is true for 35 points races on the 36-race schedule, with …
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NASCAR Hall of Famer Junior Johnson, dubbed “The Last American Hero” in a 1965 Esquire feature, has died at the age of 88.
Hailie Deegan, a rising 18-year-old star in motorsports, was named a development driver with Ford Performance, which could fast-track her progression into a NASCAR national series.
Bill Simpson, a pioneer in motorsports safety, died Monday from complications of a stroke suffered three days earlier. He was 79.