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”
Kevin Harvick snapped the longest winless streak of his career at one of his best tracks to lock himself into the playoffs.
Austin Hill looks like the apparent successor to Tyler Reddick once he departs RCR following next season… is Hill ready?
Tyler Reddick had a winning month of July, but his biggest win may have come off the race track.
Garrett Cook takes another look at drivers that were unable – for one reason or another – to reach their full potential in NASCAR, this time looking at the tragic story of Davey Allison.
Yesterday, the NASCAR Cup Series did their second ever race at Indianapolis Motor Speedway’s road course configuration. Last year’s race proved to be worthwhile, but was hindered by issues caused by the track’s curbs. With the curbing issue solved and the Gen 7 car built to be suited for road courses, many were excited forContinue reading “Reddick Kisses the Bricks – Verizon 200”
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