With the Cup series headed to Sonoma Raceway this weekend, it’s a good time to check in on the drivers who Ricky Craven believes best attacked the chicanes.
Through 15 Cup races, Kyle Busch, Kevin Harvick and Martin Truex Jr. have won a combined 11. Is their experience too much for the new generation of drivers to overcome?
Brett Moffitt, from nearby Grimes, Iowa, led 76 laps for his second victory of the season in the No. 16 truck.
The XFINITY Series maintains a 33-race schedule, the Trucks 23, with only one major date change.
For Cup drivers such as Denny Hamlin, the competition doesn’t end on the racetrack. With the start of the U.S. Open, we size up the top golfers among the NASCAR stable.
Three Joe Gibbs Racing crew chiefs and three car chiefs have been suspended one race and fined for illegal front splitters.
Kurt Busch started on the pole and ran up front during much of Sunday’s race, but he again failed to reach Victory Lane since last season’s Daytona 500.
Sunday’s dismal crowd should have the sport’s governing body wondering if it has completely lost its connection to the car manufacturers that are based in Michigan.
Crew chief Mike Bugarewicz’s decision to make a two-tire pit stop paid off in Clint Bowyer’s rain-shortened win at Michigan.
Clint Bowyer beat Stewart-Haas Racing teammate Kevin Harvick on a restart to begin the third stage Sunday at Michigan and was in the lead under caution when rain ended the race. It’s Bowyer’s second win of the season.