The next phase of the anti-Trump resistance is here. And it started in Miami. Artist March is a grassroots movement founded by Miami-based artist Alessandra Mondolfi. It has grown into a nationwide series of events, similar to the Women's March and the March for Science, that will land on...
The Washington Post reports the Obama administration is planning a nationwide series of raids to deport hundreds of individuals and families living in the country illegally, marking the first large-scale effort to evict some of the more than 100,000 families that surged across the border last year fleeing violence in Central America. Show More Summary
The Nascar Nationwide series is always a blast, and this year is no different. Most of the star racing champs seem to have dropped a few points with the exception of Kyle Busch who seems to be doing well these days, specially when he pulled off a spectacular win at the Dollar general 300. Kyle
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Ryan Reed can now say he's the only Xfinity Series race winner in history. Previously named the Nationwide Series, NASCAR's second-tier series got off to an exciting start under the Xfinity brand Saturday at the Alert Today Florida 300,...Show More Summary
Congratulations to Carl Edwards who won the pole for today’s Nationwide event at Fontana. Edwards was joined in the top ten by Roush-Fenway teammates Greg Biffle (5th) and David Ragan (8th). In looking through the starting line-up I may have spotted what could best be described as a Mythbuster. No, not this Mythbuster. However if
Underachieving means different things for different drivers. Ricky Stenhouse Jr. makes this list because he has failed to live up to the massive hype heralded by back-to-back Nationwide Series Championships. Kurt Busch is here because...Show More Summary
Roush Fenway Racing has found a fourth Xfinity Series driver for 2015. The team announced Thursday that Darrell Wallace would drive the No. 6 car in the former Nationwide Series in 2015. Wallace, 21, won four Camping World Truck Series races in 2014 while driving for Kyle Busch Motorsports. Show More Summary
The very brief NASCAR offseason is well underway, and team owners and drivers are using this time to make plenty of changes in hopes of taking over Kevin Harvick's crown in 2015. Some drivers are moving up from the Nationwide Series, some drivers are moving garages and lots of teams are shaking up things at crew chief. Show More Summary
There’s no secret that the master plan for recently crowned NASCAR Nationwide Series champion Chase Elliott puts Elliott, possibly, in a Sprint Cup car for a select few Sprint Cup races in 2015 before a definite full-time move to Cup competition in 2016. Hendrick Motorsports, although already a full-time four-car team, is able to field [...]
Charging away from a pack of pursuers on the final restart, Matt Kensethscored his first NASCAR Nationwide Series win since October of last year in Saturday’s Ford EcoBoost 300 at Homestead-Miami Speedway. Chase Elliott, who had clinched...Show More Summary
The Ford EcoBoost 300 at Homestead-Miami Speedway marked the final race of the 2014 NASCAR Nationwide Series season, and Matt Kenseth took the checkered flag and earned the year's final trip to Victory Lane. This marked Kenseth's first...Show More Summary
The 2014 edition of the Nationwide Series ended in style thanks to a frantic green-white-checkered finish. Matt Kenseth cleared the fray on the penultimate lap, and he pulled away from the pack on the final lap to earn his first winShow More Summary
In all the excitement and hooplah surrounding the NASCAR Chase for the Sprint Cup, what has, perhaps, gotten a little lost is Chase Elliott’s NASCAR Nationwide Series title. In case you missed it, Elliott clinched the Nationwide driver championship last weekend at Phoenix International Raceway. Sure, there’s a championship crowned every year in the Nationwide [...]
Most NASCAR fans knew Chase Elliott had a bright future ahead. Still, it was hard to imagine the son of Bill Elliott would rise to the top of a national series this quick. Mostly because, well, no other driver had ever done it before...Show More Summary
Brad Keselowski took advantage of a late-race caution to edge Kyle Buschfor a Nationwide Series victory at Phoenix International Raceway, but Chase Elliott was the day’s big winner at Saturday’s DAV 200 – Honoring America’s Veterans....Show More Summary
Chase Elliott became NASCAR’s youngest champion Saturday at the end of the Nationwide Series. Elliott finished fifth in the DAV 200, a race Honoring America’s Veterans at Phoenix International Raceway, to win the 2014 and final Nationwide Series championship. Show More Summary
Eighteen-year-old Chase Elliott made history in clinching the Nationwide Series championship Saturday. A last lap pass allowed Brad Keselowski to steal the win in Saturday's Nationwide Series race at Phoenix International Raceway, but...Show More Summary
Brad Keselowski used a late pass to steal a victory in Saturday's DAV 200 at Phoenix International Raceway, but 18-year-old Chase Elliott stole the headlines by clinching his first NASCAR Nationwide Series championship. Kyle Busch incredibly...Show More Summary
Brad Keselowski passed Kyle Busch on the last lap of an overtime finish to win the NASCAR Nationwide Series race Saturday, while 18-year-old rookie Chase Ellliott made history by winning the series title.