Incredibly, nobody was killed in this dramatic, action-movie-looking wreck that took place at Wallerfield International Raceway in Trinidad and Tobago on July 24. Four people were injured, though watching the video it’s hard to believe it didn’t turn out worse. There’s a car flung like a toy into the damn crowd, even. Yikes. Read more...
Brad Keselowski fought off numerous restarts and narrowly edged out Kyle Busch to hold on and win the 2016 Coke Zero 400 at Daytona International Raceway in Daytona Beach, Florida, on Saturday. A wreck on Lap 155 meant the race needed overtime to decide a winner. Show More Summary
Welcome to the 2016 Wild Card Chase Scramble. Sonoma Raceway on Sunday. Daytona International Speedway the following Saturday night. A road-course race and a restrictor-plate race, two juicy elements that can shake up the predictable grid of 16 drivers who will qualify for the postseason to make...
It’s been a slow descent for the NASCAR Sprint Cup Series from having bona fide, competitive road course ringers entered in its events at Sonoma Raceway and Watkins Glen International, to continuing to buy into the illusion that said...Show More Summary
After multiple close calls, Daniel Suarez finally earned his first career NASCAR XFINITY Series victory at Michigan International Raceway in his 48th start. And here’s the kicker – Suarez passed the best in the business to do it. Suarez...Show More Summary
Carl Edwards and Kyle Busch led the way as teams attempted to dial their race setups in during Saturday’s second NASCAR Sprint Cup Series practice at Michigan International Raceway. Edwards’ 197.770 mph circuit proved the fastest on the session, with Busch following in second with a 197.737 mph lap. Show More Summary
Visit the Watkins Glen International Raceway with the Amateur Traveler: This video shows driving this Grand Prix NASCAR track as part of the “Drive the Glen” activity. You can pay $25 to […] The post Driving the Watkins Glen International...Show More Summary
In the NASCAR Sprint Cup Series, teams visit the two 2-and-a-half-mile superspeedways, Daytona International Raceway and Talladega Superspeedway, twice a year, for four races total. In the XFINITY Series, it’s slightly less, at three races. Show More Summary
The spring short track season ended with a bump-and-run move at Richmond International Raceway when Carl Edwards moved teammate Kyle Busch out of his way en route to the win. Is the bump and run for the win a legit move, or does itShow More Summary
With NASCAR Sprint Cup Series driver Dale Earnhardt Jr. winning the ToyotaCare 250 NASCAR Xfinity Series race at Richmond (Va.) International Raceway on April 23, Xfinity Series championship-eligible drivers still, as a group, have only one win to their credit, coming the weekend earlier with Erik Jones’ victory at Bristol (Ten.) Motor Speedway. As a [...]
By AMANDA VINCENT When Carl Edwards claimed his second-straight NASCAR Sprint Cup Series win Sunday at Richmond (Va.) International Raceway, he joined Joe Gibbs Racing teammate Kyle Busch and Jimmie Johnson as two-time winners, so far, in 2016 and further cemented his spot in the Chase for the Sprint Cup championship post-season. Nine races into [...]
Smoke Rising: Wasn’t it good to see the lovable curmudgeon himself, Tony Stewart, back in action at Richmond International Raceway this past Sunday? The sport needs characters, not automaton sponsor-spouting shills and there can be no question Smoke fits squarely into the first category. Show More Summary
Although it came at the expense of his teammate, Carl Edwards did what he needed to do to win Sunday. Carl Edwards could see Kyle Busch ahead of him in the waning laps of Sunday's NASCAR race at Richmond International Raceway and what...Show More Summary
Pick the football metaphor that best describes Carl Edwards' last-turn win over Kyle Busch in the Toyota Owners 400 on Sunday at Richmond International Raceway. They drive for three-time Super Bowl-winning coach Joe Gibbs, so why not? Edwards threw his version of a Hail Mary between Turns 3 and...
Pop quiz, hot shot: What happens when one driver in a de facto match race drives not to lose while the other driver pilots to win? You get what happened in the Toyota Owners 400 at Richmond International Raceway. Kyle Busch raced not...Show More Summary
Sprint Cup: Tony Stewart Solid in Sprint Cup Return – Though there was literal smoke for the driver nicknamed “Smoke” at one point during Sunday’s Toyota Owners 400 at Richmond International Raceway. Starting 18th after Sprint Cup qualifying...Show More Summary
Returning to the sight of his first Sprint Cup Series win back in 2005, Richmond International Raceway seemed to bring out the best in Kasey Kahne on Sunday afternoon. Grabbing a much-needed fourth-place finish in the Toyota Owners 400 at Richmond, Kahne was excited to be back racing in the front of the field. Show More Summary
The good ol’ bump and run is alive and well in NASCAR. This time, it gave us the first last-lap pass ever at Richmond International Raceway, with Carl Edwards nudging Joe Gibbs Racing teammate Kyle Busch out of the way for the win. Read more...
Kyle Busch led on 78 of the 400 laps Sunday during the NASCAR Sprint Cup event at Richmond International Raceway, and only a final-lap move by Carl Edwards prevented him from winning the race. So fans had plenty of opportunities to notice the fact that, while he was competing, Busch was also paying tribute to the late […]
By Amanda Vincent Carl Edwards claimed his second-straight NASCAR Sprint Cup Series win and the fourth-straight for Joe Gibbs Racing on Sunday with his win of the Toyota Owners 400 at Richmond (Va.) International Raceway. It also was JGR’s eighth win at Richmond in the last 15 races at the track. Teammate Kyle Busch finished [...]