Serving as a tuneup for the first Chase race of the season, the Chicagoland Nationwide race saw several Sprint Cup drivers finish at the top of the leaderboard. Kevin Harvick and Kyle Larson, two drivers who battled for the lead on Sunday,...Show More Summary
After a series of legal setbacks in Europe and North America, the ride-hailing service Uber got some welcome news on Tuesday. A court in Frankfurt overturned a nationwide ban against the company’s car-sharing service in Germany, lifting, for now, one of the most severe legal restrictions that Uber had faced anywhere in the world since... Read More
BY DAVE GRAYSON It’s very easy to assume that Kevin Harvick loves having fun in the Nationwide Series while driving that #5 Chevrolet for JR Motorsports. Harvick scored his fourth series win of the season in that car, as well as his 44th career series win, by winning the Jimmy Johns Freaky Fast 300 at [...]
Kevin Harvick got the track position he needed with a two-tire call under caution late in Saturday’s Jimmy John’s Freaky Fast 300. Then he and crew chief Ernie Cope got the victory they deserved for choosing the right strategy at the right time. Harvick beat Kyle Larson to the finish line by 2.108 seconds to win for the [...]
Kevin Harvick finished first at Chicagoland Speedway's Jimmy John's Freaky Fast 300 on Saturday afternoon, winning the Nationwide Series event a day before the Chase for the Sprint Cup kicks into high gear. With 27 laps to go, Harvick entered a restart in first with Aric Almirola and Brian Scott jousting for second. Show More Summary
Kevin Harvick earned his fourth Nationwide Series win of the season on Saturday with a victory for JR Motorsports at Chicagoland Speedway.
Pit strategy propelled Kevin Harvick to the win Saturday at Chicagoland Speedway. Taking advantage of a late Kyle Busch pit stop that trapped him in traffic, Kevin Harvick capitalized to win Saturday's Nationwide Series race at Chicagoland Speedway. Dominant for much of the afternoon, Busch led 141 of 200 laps. Show More Summary
Perfection in NASCAR is a nearly impossible feat, but Kyle Busch accomplished just that last weekend in Richmond. Busch will look to reach that level of success yet again in the Nationwide Series at Chicagoland. Leading all 250 lapsShow More Summary
Preparing drivers to race at the highest level has been the goal behind the NASCAR Nationwide Series. A series that has come to be known as a place “where names are made” has proven true, as six former series champions qualified for the Chase for the NASCAR Sprint Cup this season – Dale Earnhardt Jr. [...]
For the first time, car owner Dale Earnhardt Jr. might be facing a problem most NASCAR Nationwide Series car owners would love to have – his two cars are battling for the title in the final races of the season. But Earnhardt knows his biggest task will be trying to keep his organization from becoming [...]
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Kyle Busch’s seemingly flawless race Friday night at Richmond International Raceway didn’t go completely without a hitch. NASCAR officials announced that the rear gear of Busch’s winning Joe Gibbs Racing No. 54 Toyota would be taken to the NASCAR Research & Development Center in Concord, North Carolina., for further evaluation. Show More Summary
Kyle Busch scored a dominant victory in Friday’s Nationwide Series race. Leading from the green flag to the checkered Kyle Busch easily won the Virginia 529 College Savings 250 Friday night at Richmond International Raceway. Starting from pole, Busch led all 250 laps for his 67th career Nationwide Series win and the fourth time in 2014. Show More Summary
Kyle Busch absolutely dominated the Virginia529 College Savings 250 at Richmond International Speedway on Friday. The No. 54 car started at the front of the pack and finished in the very same spot, leading all 250 laps en route to his...Show More Summary
Kyle Busch led from start to finish, usually by plenty, and ended an eight-race winless streak in the NASCAR Nationwide Series with his fifth career victory at Richmond International Raceway.
NASCAR’s Nationwide Series has a new title sponsor for the 2015 season – Comcast. The series will be known as the Xfinity Series starting next year, and Comcast will be paying $200 million over ten years for the naming rights. This doesn’t seem like a huge deal until you consider where many Nationwide events will air – […]
Internet provider Xfinity has signed a 10-year deal to be title sponsor of NASCAR's second-level series, which is currently named the NASCAR Nationwide Series.
Wednesday, NASCAR announced that Comcast's Xfinity would replace Nationwide as the title sponsor of its No. 2 series in 2015. As was reported earlier by Sports Business Daily, it's a 10-year agreement, which NASCAR says matches the longest...Show More Summary
This just out, with a press conference underway. Sports Business Daily says Comcast paid about $200M to put its Xfinity brand name on the NASCAR Nationwide Series. More to come: DAYTONA BEACH, FL and PHILADELPHIA, PA -- SEPTEMBER 3,Show More Summary
NASCAR’s No. 2 series will have a new sponsor and race next year. Beginning next year Comcast Xfinity will become the new entitlement sponsor of NASCAR's No. 2 division, currently known as the Nationwide Series. Executives from Comcast and NASCAR announced the deal during a press conference Wednesday at the NASCAR Hall of Fame in Charlotte, N.C. Show More Summary