Chase Elliott looks for his first win in a season of disappointment for NASCAR’s most popular driver
It’s been a year since Chase Elliott won a Cup Series race, a drought that played a role in NASCAR’s most popular driver missing the playoffs.
NASCAR driver-turned-politician Austin Theriault wants the opportunity to challenge Democratic U.S. Rep. Jared Golden in Maine.
IndyCar will return to the Milwaukee Mile next season and Texas Motor Speedway is off the calendar for the first time since 1997 in the 2024 schedule.
William Byron grew up a huge fan of Hendrick Motorsports when watching Jimmie Johnson win championships. He also wanted to drive for that organization one day.
Runaway series leader Max Verstappen has returned to dominant form by winning the Japanese Grand Prix and moving a step closer to securing his third consecutive Formula One drivers’ championship.
John Hunter Nemechek moved into the round of eight of the Xfinity Series playoffs with a win at Texas.
Bubba Wallace will start from the pole at Texas. It is the first race in the second round of NASCAR’s playoffs, and comes after Wallace just made the cut to make the round of 12.
Tyler Reddick this time made it into the round of 12 that starts at Texas Motor Speedway. He had just missed the cut in NASCAR’s playoffs last year before winning the race there.
Denny Hamlin isn’t holding back. The best driver never to win a NASCAR Cup Series championship has stamped himself as the man to beat this year after he won at Bristol in the final race of the opening round of the playoffs.
Spire has driven the price of a charter at NASCAR’s top level reportedly to $40 million. It was Spire in 2019 that needed a loan to buy its first charter for $6 million.
The Singapore Grand Prix had a dramatic finish as four cars from three teams fought for the podium. And there wasn’t a Red Bull in sight.
Denny Hamlin is doubling down on his declaration that this is his year to win the NASCAR championship.
Aston Martin says that Lance Stroll will sit out the Singapore Grand Prix after a heavy crash in qualifying left the Canadian driver sore.
Denny Hamlin won NASCAR’s playoff race at Bristol Motor Speedway while two former champions were eliminated Saturday night.
Truck Series champion Zane Smith has been signed to a multi-year contract with Trackhouse Racing in which he will be loaned to Spire Motorsports for a Cup Series ride in 2024.
Justin Allgaier earned a spot in the second round of the Xfinity Series playoffs with a win Friday night in the opening race at Bristol Motor Speedway.
Martin Truex Jr. is staring down elimination from NASCAR playoffs after winning regular-season title
Regular-season NASCAR champion Martin Truex Jr. is in a slump going into Saturday night’s race at Bristol Motor Speedway in Tennessee.
Daniel Hemric will return to the NASCAR Cup Series next year in a promotion with Kaulig Racing. Hemric is in his second full season racing in the Xfinity Series for Kaulig.
Bristol Motor Speedway will ditch the dirt track concept the Tennessee track has used the last three years.
Sergio Pérez says he received a personal apology from Red Bull boss Helmut Marko over comments Marko made suggesting his heritage was to blame for inconsistent results on track.
Shane van Gisbergen’s expected move to NASCAR will be in a development program driving in all three national series for Trackhouse Racing.
Max Verstappen has hit back at Mercedes team principal Toto Wolff’s dismissal of his Formula One record for consecutive wins and suggested his rivals might do better to draw inspiration from his achievements.
The Alfa Romeo team is keeping an unchanged driver lineup for the third year running after announcing that Valtteri Bottas and Zhou Guanyu will stay for the 2024 season.
AUTO RACING: Reddick moves on in NASCAR playoffs, but regular-season champ Truex has some work to do
Tyler Reddick is moving on in NASCAR’s Cup Series playoffs. Reddick took advantage of a late caution and fresh tires to win in a two-lap sprint to the finish at Kansas.
Felix Rosenqvist will end his tenure with Arrow McLaren Racing by starting from the pole in the IndyCar Series season finale at Laguna Seca.
John Hunter Nemechek won the Xfinity Series race at Kansas Speedway on Saturday while Parker Kligerman finished fourth to clinch the final spot in the playoffs.
Kyle Larson gave Rick Hendrick his 299th win in the NASCAR Cup Series last week at Darlington. Now that he’s locked into the next round of the playoffs, perhaps teammate Will Byron can give his owner No. 300 on Sunday at Kansas Speedway.
McLaren Racing has a hotel room booked in Singapore next week for Alex Palou, who contractually is expected to be the team’s Formula One reserve driver for the remainder of the year.
Christopher Bell won the pole for the NASCAR Cup Series playoff race at Kansas Speedway on Sunday. That puts him in good position to get off the bubble and make next week’s cutoff race at Bristol a little less stressful.
David Malukas has filled one of the final pieces of IndyCar free agency by snagging one of the most coveted seats in the series.
John Hunter Nemechek doesn’t regret moving to the NASCAR Cup Series for one unsatisfactory season with Front Row Motorsports.