Nascar

McDowell: 2021 success not a big shock, but close

McDowell: 2021 success not a big shock, but close

Michael McDowell continued his run of hot form in 2021 with another top 10 finish at Miami, placing 6th at the end of the Dixie Vodka 400 on Sunday. McDowell got 2021 off on the right foot with a win tha...
Byron cruises to Cup victory at Miami

Byron cruises to Cup victory at Miami

William Byron cruised home to take a second career victory last night, winning the Dixie Vodka 400 at Homestead-Miami. Byron's #24 Axalta Chevrolet grew stronger as the sun began to set, winning Stage 2 ...
Briscoe looking to bounce back in Miami

Briscoe looking to bounce back in Miami

Chase Briscoe didn't exactly have the easiest way of things last weekend at the Daytona Road Course. Now, he's looking to bounce back and impress in Miami. Roughly 40 people total can list “NASCAR Cup Se...
Success of JGR Youth validates Toyota’s investment

Success of JGR Youth validates Toyota’s investment

The recent success of the youth within the Joe Gibbs Racing camp has shown Toyota exactly why they were right to put resources into their driver development program. Two races into his return to Joe Gibb...
Daniels: Larson drives like a lion

Daniels: Larson drives like a lion

Kyle Larson's crew chief, Cliff Daniels, has been singing his drivers praises after making a mark on his return to NASCAR with Hendrick Motorsports. It's only taken Larson two races to get back in the gr...
Bell: I’ll put up or shut up in 2021

Bell: I’ll put up or shut up in 2021

Christopher Bell has said that he will either 'put up, or shut up' in 2021 having already secured his place in NASCAR's playoffs after just two races. Bell has set the bar high for himself and his #20 Jo...
Letarte to Crew Chief for LaJoie at Miami

Letarte to Crew Chief for LaJoie at Miami

NBC analyst Steve Letarte moonlights as the competition consultant for Spire Motorsports, a position he never imagined would put him back on top of a pit box. Then COVID-19 protocols sidelined Spire crew...
Ferucci has hard act to follow in Xfinity debut

Ferucci has hard act to follow in Xfinity debut

Though only 22 years old, Santino Ferrucci already has a long history in motorsports, but none of that experience has come in stock cars. A professional driver since age 14, Ferrucci spent two years as a tes...
Hamlin dismisses JGR youth movement claims

Hamlin dismisses JGR youth movement claims

Denny Hamlin is NASCAR's current points leader and locked in at Joe Gibbs Racing with a contract extension inked at the start of his 17th season with the organization. So when an analyst suggested Hamlin...