Bristol Motor Speedway says Kyle Busch was hit in the chest before he confronted a fan on his way to his motor home following the NASCAR Cup Series race Saturday night.
Spencer Gallagher, who was suspended for a failed drug test just days after his first career Xfinity Series win, could become a full-time Cup competitor sooner rather than later.
Not only did Kurt Busch earn a playoff berth with his victory at Bristol on Saturday night, he gave his crew, which began working with the veteran driver at the start of the season, its first win in NASCAR.
While unhappy with Kyle Busch for making contact with his Toyota and sending him into the wall, Martin Truex Jr. said he deserved some of the blame for being in position to be wrecked in the first place.
Once a dominant driver at Bristol Motor Speedway, Kurt Busch notched his sixth career win there Saturday night. It was his first NASCAR Cup Series win of the season, securing a berth in the playoffs.
Kyle Larson held off a challenge from Justin Allgaier on a restart in overtime to win Friday night’s Xfinity Series race at Bristol Motor Speedway.
Kyle Larson wins the pole after finishing second at Bristol in April, while Chase Elliott qualifies second. Here’s the field for Saturday’s Cup race.
Kyle Larson calls Bristol Motor Speedway his favorite track, but he is still searching for his first Cup series win there. He’ll start from the pole Saturday, with Chase Elliott taking the second spot in qualifying.
Martin Truex Jr. hopes to remain with Furniture Row Racing beyond this season, but the 2017 NASCAR Cup Series champion said Friday he could move to another team if FRR can’t find the necessary sponsorship for 2019.
With news of Kasey Kahne’s retirement, it got us thinking: What has the turnover been for teams since the start of the playoffs in 2017? Bob Pockrass has you covered.