Brandon Jones earned his first career Xfinity Series win Saturday at Kansas Speedway, avoiding the drama that caught up a number of the eight drivers still alive in the playoffs. Title contenders Cole Custer and Tyler Reddick scuffled after the race.
Daniel Hemric gave his hopes of landing a Cup Series ride for next season some help by taking his No. 8 Chevrolet to the pole for Richard Childress Racing at Kansas Speedway on Saturday.
Christian Eckes won the ARCA Series finale along with its season championship Friday night, with Venturini Motorsports teammate Michael Self finishing second in both the race and the season standings.
Despite their teams having hauler issues on the way to Kansas Speedway, both JTG Daugherty’s Ryan Preece and Kaulig Racing’s Ross Chastain took to the track as scheduled on Friday in backup cars.
NASCAR closed its $2 billion purchase of International Speedway Corp. on Friday, bringing under the sanctioning body’s control 12 tracks that include Daytona, Talladega and Miami-Homestead Speedway.
Clint Bowyer has reached an agreement with Stewart-Haas Racing to return to the No. 14 Ford next season.
JTG Daugherty Racing owner Tad Geschickter says the team transporter for Ryan Preece’s No. 47 Cup Series entry caught fire while traveling to Kansas. That announcement came roughly 12 hours after Kaulig Racing’s truck was in a crash in North Carolina.
Ryan Blaney’s first win of the season, by .007 seconds, marked the sixth time since 1993 a race was decided by that margin or less.
Ryan Blaney beat Ryan Newman in a photo finish Monday at Talladega Superspeedway to earn a spot in the third round of NASCAR’s playoffs.
NASCAR’s playoff race at Talladega Superspeedway has been postponed a day because of rain.