Kasey Kahne needed a break Sunday — and got it. The 37-year-old driver barely reached the overtime line before the last caution flag came out in a crash-marred Brickyard 400, allowing Kahne to complete a six-hour marathon and snap a long winless streak.
NASCAR’s Brickyard 400 isn’t the big deal it used to be. But with two consecutive victories, Kyle Busch of Las Vegas is the man to beat this weekend at Indianapolis Motor Speedway.
When Kyle Busch recently lost a race he had dominated and gave a contentious interview, Brad Keselowski was a vocal critic. But when the Penske driver crashed out in Kentucky, he was the one with the short fuse.
Budding open-wheel racer Jason Reichert, 17, signs with the Pegasus Marketing Group, which over the years has partnered with Indy 500 stars such as Mario and Michael Andretti.
Junior went to victory lane at a restrictor-plate race again. Just like last time, it was Ricky Stenhouse Jr. celebrating after the checkered flag.
From buying a ticket from a scalper for Gonzaga vs. Saint Mary’s in the WCC tournament to counting the hoodies at the WSOP, the Las Vegas Valley offers a Bucket List for those who prefer to stay close to home.
The Busch brothers, Dale Earnhardt Jr.’s retirement announcement, the emergence of young guns and stage racing are among the top storylines at the halfway point of the NASCAR season.
GMS Racing is eyeing a move from the Xfinity Series into the marquee NASCAR Cup Series. The Las Vegas-owned team would partner with juggernaut Hendrick Motorsports on engines and chassis.
This year’s NASCAR Awards ceremony will be Thursday, November 30 at Wynn Las Vegas, moving off the usual Friday date which traditionally has capped Champion’s Week.
A Twitter message from seven-time Cup Series champion Jimmie Johnson caps the winning drive for teenager Riley Herbst of Las Vegas.