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Entry List: Kyle Busch, Kevin Harvick Return to Truck Series at Pocono Raceway

After a midweek show on NASCAR’s only dirt track, the Camping World Truck Series heads to the biggest track on the circuit. NASCAR released the entry list for the Aug. 1 Pocono Mountains 150 at Pocono Raceway. The list includes 30 entrants, meaning every team will make Saturday’s race. Show More Summary

Entry List: XFINITY Stars Prepare for Hot Night in Iowa

As the NASCAR XFINITY Series prepares to head to Iowa Speedway for the last time in 2015, one of NASCAR’s most familiar names is preparing for his final ride in the series. NASCAR released the preliminary entry list for the Aug. 1 U.S. Show More Summary

Entry List: Truex, Busch Look to Keep Streaks Alive at Pocono Raceway

Two months after Martin Truex, Jr.’s first win with Furniture Row Racing in Pennsylvania, the team will get a chance to sweep the season at the 2.5-mile track. NASCAR released the preliminary entry list for the August 8 Windows 10 400 at Pocono Raceway earlier today (July 27). Show More Summary

New Aero Package At Indy Lacked Oomph

As much as NASCAR wanted the new, high-downforce aero package to work, that doesn’t appear to be the case according to drivers and those watching from the sidelines. Even the most vehement supporter of the sanctioning body would tell...Show More Summary

Sage Karam Staying Humbled and Determined Through Thick and Thin

This unpredictable sport of racing has a way of turning a normal kid into an American phenom in the blink of an eye. Sage Karam has gone from being a ranked wrestler for Nazareth High School, to an Indy Lights champion, and now partShow More Summary

Thinkin’ Out Loud – Kyle Busch Makes it Three in a Row with Victory at Indianapolis

Who’s in the headline – Feel free to stop if you’ve heard this before. Kyle Busch just won a Cup series race. If you haven’t been paying attention or lived under a rock for the last month, this win was his third in a row and fourth in five races. Show More Summary

Pace Laps: Excellent XFINITY Finish, NHRA Burn Down, Fantastic Ferrari and More

XFINITY: Bad race highlighted by stellar finish – As predicted, the 300-mile event at Indianapolis was rather uninteresting. The lack of passing was at a premium, and it was seemingly considered a joke with approximately 10,000 fans in the stands. Show More Summary

Up To Speed: Kyle Busch Doesn’t Care What People Say

“To think that he could go through what he went through early this year at Daytona and all of the heartbreak that went with that … I think it’s a special sports story,” said Joe Gibbs, winning car owner of the 2015 Brickyard 400. Indeed,...Show More Summary

The Big Six: Questions After the Jeff Kyle 400 at the Brickyard

Looking for the Who, What, When, Where, Why and How behind Sunday’s race? Amy Henderson has you covered each week with the answers to six race day questions, covering all five W’s and even the H…the Big Six. Who…gets my shoutout of the...Show More Summary

Kyle Busch Nails Late Restart to Win First Brickyard 400

Still questioning if Kyle Busch can make his way into the Chase for the Sprint Cup championship? Well, the last three races should answer the question. A green-white-checkered restart set up a dash between Busch and Joey Logano with the No. Show More Summary

So Close: Logano, Penske Fall Just Short of Brickyard Glory

For the 22nd-straight year, Roger Penske has been denied a Brickyard 400 victory. Unlike the 21 losses before it, Sunday’s race had more at stake. Penske, who has 16 Indianapolis 500 victories and one NASCAR XFINITY Series win at the...Show More Summary

Breaking: Jeff Gordon Crashes in Final Brickyard 400

Jeff Gordon entered his final race at Indianapolis Motor Speedway hopeful to earn a Chase-clinching sixth win. Instead, the Pittsboro, Indiana driver will leave disappointed. Gordon, 43, was running inside of the top 15 during Sunday’s...Show More Summary

XFINITY Breakdown – Lilly Diabetes 250

The caution flag flew over Kyle Busch leading late in the XFINITY race at Indianapolis again. It is a scenario that has plagued the all-time XFINITY race winner in three of the four races run at Indianapolis Motor Speedway. Busch has overcome two of them but the third cost him the win last season. Show More Summary

Number Crunching: Brickyard 400 NASCAR Fantasy Preview

Hey everyone! I’m sorry about being a little bit late posting but I was going across the Gulf of Maine last night and got to dock quite late. After watching all the practices this morning and looking over the data, I’ve got to say it’s a bit confusing. Show More Summary

PR1/Mathiasen Motorsports Claims Northeast Grand Prix Victory

Saturday afternoon brought the TUDOR United SportsCar Championship’s Prototype Challenge (PC) and GT-Daytona (GTD) classes to the 1.474 mile layout at Lime Rock Park for two hours and 40 minutes of racing.  The first part of the race...Show More Summary

Multimatic Claims 1-2 in GS, CJ Wilson Racing Wins ST at Lime Rock

Once the fog burned off at Lime Rock Park in Connecticut, the IMSA Continental Tire SportsCar Challenge rolled off for their two-hour combined race.  Multimatic Motorsports may have won the last time out at Canadian Tire Motorsports Park with Austin Cindric and Jade Buford, but their second car, the No. Show More Summary

Last Lap Pass Puts Kyle Busch in Victory Lane at Indianapolis

Indianapolis Motor Speedway is not known for last lap passes, but when a checkered flag is within reach, Kyle Busch has shown he can do amazing things. On Saturday in the Lilly Diabetes 250 in the NASCAR XFINITY Series, the all time NXS race winner did just that. Show More Summary

Good Luck Charm Saves Kyle Busch From Repeating Indianapolis Disappointment

For much of the final stint in Saturday’s Lilly Diabetes 250, it appeared that Kyle Busch was going to suffer a repeat of last year’s loss to Ty Dillon. Making his fourth NASCAR XFINITY Series start of the year, Busch had led 52 of the...Show More Summary

July Struggles Jeopardize Chris Buescher’s XFINITY Series Championship Run

July has been a month to forget for NASCAR XFINITY Series points leader Chris Buescher. Buescher, age, thrilled in the first five months of his sophomore season with Roush Fenway Racing, scoring eight top 5s and two wins in a series typically dominated by Sprint Cup Series veterans. Show More Summary

Blaney After Indy Loss: “It’s My Fault”

As Ryan Blaney came to the white flag in Saturday’s Lilly Diabetes 250, it appeared that he was going to claim a career-defining win at the famed Indianapolis Motor Speedway. Veteran Kyle Busch ran right in Blaney’s slipstream, but all...Show More Summary

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