By David Morgan, NASCAR Editor CONCORD, N.C. – Daniel Hemric has been at or near the top of the leaderboard all weekend long at Charlotte Motor Speedway and Saturday’s Drive for the Cure 200 looked to be the day he’d finally break through for his elusive first win.
nb游戏平台 By David Morgan, NASCAR Editor CONCORD, N.C. – Following two optional test sessions on Thursday, the NASCAR Xfinity Series got their first official crack at the new Charlotte Motor Speedway road course with a pair of practices on Friday afternoon.
Just days after Ryan Newman announced he would leave Richard Childress Racing at the end of the 2019 season to drive the No. 6 Ford at Roush-Fenway Racing, RCR has announced Xfinity Series driver Daniel Hemric will be his replacement.
Christopher Bell advanced to the second round of the NASCAR Xfinity Series playoffs Friday with his win at Richmond Raceway. Dale Earnhardt Jr., running his only race of the season, finished fourth, behind runner-up Ross Chastain andDaniel Hemric.
For the second time in the last four starts, Ryan Preecenb游戏平台 has failed to finish after crashing into the Turn 2 tire barriers in the Lilly Diabetes 250 at Indianapolis Motor Speedway Monday, resulting in a red flag.
Red Bull Racing tightened their grip on the top of the Monaco timesheets as Daniel Ricciardo went quickest for the second session in a row, edging team-mate Max Verstappennb游戏平台 by almost two tenths of a second in a practice period interrupted by red flags shown to allow for track repairs.
Many people probably don’t realize that in the last 13 Bristol races, where we’ll be Saturday night, we’ve only had eight different winners. So the question becomes do we really have a chance to see a new winner Saturday night?I think the answer is yes we do.
Chase Elliott stretched his points lead over teammate, Regan Smithnb游戏平台, Friday at Charlotte Motor Speedway in the Drive for the Cure 300. Only three races remain in the NASCAR Nationwide Series season, and Elliott now has a solid 42 point lead in the championship standings.
It has been widely assumed for a while that Dale Earnhardt Jr. would finish out his NASCAR driving career at Hendrick Motorsports, the organization he joined with much fanfare in 2008 following eight roller-coaster years with Dale Earnhardt Inc.
DETROIT — Just over three years into their current program, Chrysler’s Dodge Viper project in formally the American Le Mans Series and currently in the TUDOR United SportsCar Championship has had its share of success.
The Associated Press has learned Juan Pablo Montoya will not be back for an eighth NASCAR season with Chip Ganassi. Ganassi President Steve Lauletta announced the decision to the team Tuesday, multiple people present for the announcement told AP on the condition of anonymity because Ganassi does not comment on driver contracts.