Certainly the weirdest race of the 2022 Xfinity Series season, nearly everybody had a bad night. Everybody except for race winner Jeremy Clements and the other underdogs at the front of the field.
Xfinity Series points leader AJ Allmendinger is quietly one of the most successful cross-discipline drivers of all time. Also, he killed Champ Car.
As the saying goes, when one door closes, another one opens. And so, when Noah Gragson confirmed a move to the Cup Series with Petty GMS Motorsports for 2023, that means it’s almost time to throw out the welcome mat for a new driver of JR Motorsports’ No. 9 Camaro. The JRM No. 9 hasContinue reading “Who Will Replace Noah Gragson at JR Motorsports?”
At 2:30 ET on August 10, from a press conference in Statesville, North Carolina, another Silly Season domino fell into place. Eight-time Xfinity Series race winner Noah Gragson will be jumping into the NASCAR Cup Series full-time behind the wheel of Petty GMS Motorsports’ No. 42 Chevrolet, replacing Ty Dillon. Gragson, a Las Vegas native,Continue reading “Noah Gragson to Petty GMS No. 42 Full-Time in 2023”
In part two of Open-Wheel invaders, an American F1 driver, an Austrian NASCAR team, and a name that’s too perfect: the story of Scott Speed
Jack Swansey sums up the brief NASCAR career of one of IndyCar’s greatest – and what it could say about the Alex Palou contract drama.
The Chicago Street Race is here. Here’s what we know so far.
In New Hampshire, the weirdness started in qualifying and finished in post-race inspection. Jack Swansey tells you the full story.
Over the course of his career, Bristol, Tennessee native Chris Carrier has been a crew chief in all three NASCAR national series. He’s won races with Harry Gant, Kevin Harvick, and Nelson Piquet, Jr., but ever since 2015 he’s been the crew chief of the No. 75 Food Country USA truck for NASCAR Camping WorldContinue reading ““That Guy Must Be Superman or Something,” An Interview with Henderson Motorsports’ One Full-Time Employee”
With the biggest news of Silly Season 2024 dropping a year early, Jack Swansey disappears down the rabbit hole of speculation