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.
Las Vegas Motor Speedway gained a title sponsor for its second 2018 Cup Series race Thursday while NASCAR lost a full-time Xfinity Series competitor.
When Tammy Richardson of Las Vegas learned she was a finalist for NASCAR’s prestigious 2017 Betty Jane France Humanitarian Award, the voice telling her the news via telephone sounded familiar. It was Danica Patrick.
NASCAR Champion’s Week was only a few laps old when Martin Truex Jr. got a reality check by visiting the cancer ward at Sunrise Children’s Hospital.
The man of the hour — of a lot of hours — in Las Vegas this week will be Martin Truex Jr., who held off Kyle Busch of Las Vegas to win his first Cup Series championship at Homestead-Miami Speedway Nov. 19.
Drivers who call Las Vegas home will be racing for major auto racing championships in Florida and Mexico this weekend.
Kyle Busch’s Cup Series title defense came up just short, but the Las Vegas driver fought to the end in a dramatic finish.
NASCAR veteran Kurt Busch of Las Vegas plans to marry fiancee Ashley Van Metre over the holidays. No, the ceremony won’t be at a chapel with an Elvis impersonator as witness.
As Champion’s Week begins in Las Vegas, crew chief Chad Knaus said midseason reports of a breakup with driver Jimmie Johnson were greatly exaggerated.