For almost 60 years NASCAR, and the cars and personalities that make up the sport, has been closely linked with American culture. From the hallowed grounds of Daytona International Speedway in Florida, to the Sonoma road course in California, the sport has created a lifetime worth of memories--some of which you will soon be able to own. Some of...
SALEM, Indiana (September 13, 2012) – - After a pair of 21st place finishes earlier this season at Daytona (Fla.) International Speedway and Talladega (Ala.) Superspeedway, Brett Hudson returns to ARCA Racing Series competition thisShow More Summary
We know that NASCAR Sprint Cup Series driver A.J. Allmendinger failed a random drug test and was suspended just prior to the Coke Zero 400 at Daytona International Speedway on July 7. We know that he tested positive for a "stimulant," according to Allmendinger's representative Tara Ragan. Show More Summary
The furor around AJ Allmendinger's failed random drug test, announced a week ago at Daytona International Speedway, continues to mount. Allmendinger's management team said he wants to submit his "B" sample for testing, after admitting it was a stimulant that caused the initial positive result. The resubmit may happen next week following the Lenox...
Both NASCAR and INDYCAR announced penalties and fines after last weekend's races at Daytona International Speedway and on the streets of Toronto, Canada, respectively. NASCAR levied additional penalties to the No. 14 Home Depot Chevrolet, driven by Coke Zero 400 race winner Tony Stewart. The car was found to be in violation of Sections 12-1...
The biggest story coming from NASCAR's Coke Zero 400 Sprint Cup race on Saturday evening wasn't the number of "big one" accidents, nor was it Tony Stewart's fourth win in the July Daytona International Speedway race, Dale Earnhardt's dissatisfaction with the rules or anything else that occurred on the race track. The big story continues to be AJ...
Daytona International Speedway, a place that has given us the some of the greatest moments and most tragic in NASCAR, never fails to disappoint when it comes to the unexpected. Once again the track carried on tradition. The Coke Zero...Show More Summary
NASCAR Sprint Cup Series driver AJ Allmendinger was suspended for Saturday night’s race at Daytona International Speedway for failing a random drug test administered before the event. While NASCAR would not say what drug triggered the...Show More Summary
Tony Stewart won a typically crazy Coke Zero 400 on the Daytona International Speedway high banks on Saturday night, as lap leader (and 2012 Daytona 500 winner) Matt Kenseth could only sit and watch from a third-place vantage point while fellow Chevy driver Jeff Burton pushed Stewart to the front of the pack. Stewart came from 42nd on the grid...
For much of the first half of the Coke Zero 400, 43 (or so) of the world's best (or close enough) drivers toured Daytona International Speedway at speeds of around 200 mph, getting close but not TOO close to one another. This was pack racing, this was anything but 2x2 racing, this was speed and skill and... Show More Summary
DAYTONA BEACH, FLA. - Tony Stewart has won every race imaginable at Daytona International Speedway except the Daytona 500. That trend continued on Saturday night when Stewart held off a race dominant Matt Kenseth and Jeff Burton to win...Show More Summary
I love the Firecracker 400... um... the Pepsi 400... no, make that the Daytona 400... no wait, THE COKE ZERO 400 POWERED BY COCA-COLA! Ha, got it! All kidding aside, I just love this race regardless of who the sponsor is although I still wish they called it The Firecracker 400. Show More Summary
NASCAR's Sprint Cup Series returns this Saturday when the world's best race-car drivers invade Daytona International Speedway for the Coke Zero 400. It should come as no surprise that Matt Kenseth took the pole. Kenseth has had his fair share of success at Daytona, winning the flagship race there two times, including earlier this February. Show More Summary
Ah, Daytona in July - gotta love it! The beaches, the sun kissed girls in bikinis (the bikini was first revealed in Paris this week in 1946 in case you're interested), and, oh ya, racing! I've always looked forward to the racing at Daytona every year. Show More Summary
When Daytona International Speedway was being built by the France family prior to its opening in 1959, construction crews piled the sand as high as gravity would allow. That created 31 degree banking on the 2.5-mile racetrack that has humbled stock car drivers ever since. Show More Summary
Clint Bowyer will drive Joe Gibbs Racing's No. 20 car while Joey Logano moves to replace Hamlin in the No. 18. Denny Hamlin woke up with a sore back sometime this week, according to his Joe Gibbs Racing team, which will cause him toShow More Summary
Josh Williams And Co. Ready To Continue Uphill Climb At Toledo Speedway TOLEDO, Ohio (May 16, 2012) – - Since the 2012 ARCA Racing Series presented by Menards season-opener at Daytona (Fla.) International Speedway in February, the Josh Williams Motorsports ( JWM ) team has shown massive improvement. Show More Summary
TALLADEGA, Alabama (May 2, 2012) – - When the dust settled in a thrilling finish at Daytona (Fla.) International Speedway in February, Will Kimmel, the new driver for Clarksville, Indiana-based Kimmel Racing emerged with a spectacular third place finish in the Lucas Oil Slick Mist 200. Show More Summary
TALLADEGA, Alabama (May 1, 2012) – - Owensboro, Kentucky native Brett Hudson has shown speed at both Daytona (Fla.) International Speedway and Talladega (Ala.) Superspeedway, both defined as restrictor plate races on the ARCA RacingShow More Summary