In his last drive for fellow Las Vegan Kyle Busch, Noah Gragson won the 51st Snowball Derby, one of late model stock car racing’s showcase events, at Five Flags Speedway in Pensacola, Florida.
After signing a one-year deal Tuesday to drive the 2019 NASCAR season for Chip Gansssi Racing, Las Vegas native Kurt Busch suggested that might be it for him as a full-time stock car racer. With one caveat.
With many of the events that were synonymous with the postseason awards having moved to Las Vegas’ second race weekend in September, Champion’s Week has been reduced to Champion’s 48 Hours.
NASCAR Champion’s Week in Las Vegas began Wednesday with the Busch brothers waiting on new arrivals of a vastly different sort.
Kyle Busch had a season to remember in 2018 before suffering a day to forget, finishing fourth among the four drivers eligibile to win a one-race showdown for the NASCAR championship.
Teenage driver Sophia Floersch was set to undergo surgery Monday for a spinal fracture after a spectacular airborne crash in the Formula 3 Macau Grand Prix.
Joey Logano wins his first NASCAR Cup Series championship, taking season finale at Homestead-Miami Speedway.
Logano is the outcast, statistically and socially, of Sunday’s championship field. He wasn’t picked to advance to the Homestead-Miami Speedway finale but he’s part of the championship party because he used his bumper to move Truex out of his way and win at Martinsville Speedway.
Busch’s victory at ISM Raceway outside of Phoenix was the final qualifying event for next week’s finale at Homestead-Miami Speedway, where it will be winner-take-all between NASCAR’s so-called Big Three and the driver once called “Sliced Bread.”
A penalty levied against championship contender Kevin Harvick has greatly enhanced the NASCAR title hopes of his Stewart-Haas Racing teammate Kurt Busch of Las Vegas.