Home » Archive by Category

Articles in HEADLINE

Hemric Steps Into No. 31 Car
Friday, 28 Sep, 2018 – 19:39 | Comments Off on Hemric Steps Into No. 31 Car
Hemric Steps Into No. 31 Car

CONCORD, N.C. – Daniel Hemric is no stranger to Charlotte Motor Speedway’s media center, having spent many evenings in it during the Summer Shootout Series. But Friday’s announcement that he was Ryan Newman’s replacement at Richard Childress Racing left him fighting back tears.
“I’m just incredibly humbled and honored to know that all those nights and […]

NHRA’s Gray’s Career About To Make A Left Turn
Thursday, 27 Sep, 2018 – 17:41 | One Comment
NHRA’s Gray’s Career About To Make A Left Turn

NHRA Championship Drag Racing will lose one of its rising stars to NASCAR at season’s end, perhaps as a one-and-done world champion.
Pro Stock point-leader Tanner Gray _ who proudly brandishes a stock car-style No. 15 on his Chevrolet Camaro SS _ will transition to the NASCAR K&N Pro Series East fulltime in 2019 with DGR-Crosley. […]

Hight Wins Gateway Just Before His Funny Car Explodes
Monday, 24 Sep, 2018 – 9:14 | Comments Off on Hight Wins Gateway Just Before His Funny Car Explodes
Hight Wins Gateway Just Before His Funny Car Explodes

 
Robert Hight was forced to skip the Victory Circle celebration at Gateway Motorsports Park Sunday afternoon following an engine explosion that sent the two-time/reigning Funny Car world champion to a St. Louis-area hospital for evaluation.
The latest in a season-long series of Funny Car engine explosions at John Force Racing saw Hight drive to victory over […]

Kyle Busch Tears Up The Field In Richmond
Saturday, 22 Sep, 2018 – 23:16 | Comments Off on Kyle Busch Tears Up The Field In Richmond
Kyle Busch Tears Up The Field In Richmond

Saturday did not start well for Kyle Busch but it sure ended well.
Busch, who was forced to start 39th in the 40-car field after being penalized for unapproved alterations to his car prior to the race, came all the way back to win the Federated Auto Parts 400 at Richmond Raceway on Saturday night.
“Even though […]

Newman To Join Roush Fenway
Saturday, 22 Sep, 2018 – 17:53 | Comments Off on Newman To Join Roush Fenway
Newman To Join Roush Fenway

RICHMOND, Va. – Ryan Newman’s engineering degree coupled with his knowledge of various race cars made him the ideal driver for Roush Fenway Racing’s flagship No. 6 Ford in 2019, Roush Fenway Racing executives said Saturday at Richmond Raceway.
“We think Ryan is fairly unique in the garage with his engineering background, with the number of […]

Legge Headed To Charlotte
Saturday, 22 Sep, 2018 – 7:57 | Comments Off on Legge Headed To Charlotte
Legge Headed To Charlotte

RICHMOND, Va. – IMSA title contender Katherine Legge said Friday she will compete next weekend in the NASCAR Xfinity race at Charlotte Motor Speedway’s ROVAL.
Legge, an international open-wheel and road racer, made her NASCAR debut last month at Mid-Ohio Sports Car Course. Engine failure late in the race relegated her to a 30th-place finish. She […]

Red Hot Keselowski Wins Playoff Opener
Sunday, 16 Sep, 2018 – 20:19 | Comments Off on Red Hot Keselowski Wins Playoff Opener
Red Hot Keselowski Wins Playoff Opener

 
Brad Keselowski arrived in Las Vegas for Sunday’s NASCAR Cup Series race hot. He left even hotter.
The Team Penske driver won for the third straight week as he streaked away from the field on an overtime restart in the opening race of the 10-race, 16-driver playoffs.
“To start off the playoffs with a win is really strong,” […]

Rain Moves Cup Race To Monday
Sunday, 9 Sep, 2018 – 13:40 | Comments Off on Rain Moves Cup Race To Monday
Rain Moves Cup Race To Monday

Sunday’s Brickyard 400 Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series race at Indianapolis Motor Speedway has been postponed until Monday afternoon because of persistent rain.
Wet weather has plagued goings-on at IMS all weekend, cancelling practices and qualifying sessions for both the Cup and Xfinity series on Friday and Saturday.
Race time has been set for 2 p.m. Eastern […]

The Battle Of Texas Features Promoters
Thursday, 6 Sep, 2018 – 11:18 | Comments Off on The Battle Of Texas Features Promoters
The Battle Of Texas Features Promoters

 
Addition of Circuit of The Americas to the 2019 Verizon IndyCar Series schedule figures to test the “Everything’s Bigger in Texas” cliché in terms of promoting and supporting open-wheel racing in the Lone Star State.
Specifically, can Texas Motor Speedway President Eddie Gossage and Bobby Epstein, founder/chairman of COTA, park their egos to work together and […]

IndyCar Adds COTA To 2019 Schedule
Tuesday, 4 Sep, 2018 – 17:13 | Comments Off on IndyCar Adds COTA To 2019 Schedule
IndyCar Adds COTA To 2019 Schedule

INDYCAR will operate with a two-stop Texas strategy in 2019, when Circuit of The Americas will play host to its first Verizon IndyCar Series race weekend. COTA’s natural-terrain road-course in Austin will join Texas Motor Speedway’s oval in Fort Worth on the 17-race schedule released Tuesday.
COTA will make its IndyCar Series debut on Sunday, March 24, […]