Kyle Larson scored one of the biggest victories of his career by ending an 0-for-12 streak to finally win the Chili Bowl Midget Nationals.
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.
Team Penske has overhauled the crew chief assignments for all three of its Cup Series teams.
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.
Felix Sabates, one of NASCAR’s biggest personalities, a Cuban refugee who came to the United States at 15 and truly made good on the American dream, is calling it a career.
Cole Pearn, considered one of the top crew chiefs in NASCAR, is leaving the sport to spend more time with his family.
Chase Elliott’s run as NASCAR’s most popular driver hit two consecutive years when he was voted as the sport’s top star. Bill Elliott, Chase’s father, won the award 16 times during his career.