Kurt Busch was the victor in a Saturday night showdown between the brothers that gave him his first victory with Chip Ganassi Racing and a spot in the playoffs.
He inherited the lead after a 17-car accident decimated the field and a lightning strike forced NASCAR to stop the race.
Alex Bowman is part of the club now. That means no more cracks about coming up empty. He’s a winner once again.
Martin Truex Jr. and Kyle Busch have managed to keep their long-standing rivalry quite friendly during their first season as teammates at Joe Gibbs Racing.
The Las Vegan had the dominant car down the stretch and won for the first time in nearly two months.
Martin Truex Jr. overcame an early flat tire after hitting the wall, then survived a wild restart five laps from the end Sunday night to win the Coca-Cola 600 for the second time in four seasons.
NASCAR announced a $2 billion merger agreement with International Speedway Corp. on Wednesday, an aggressive move to gain control of key racetracks.
The stock car racing organization has forged a partnership with Genius Sports, which has become the exclusive provider of NASCAR data to licensed sportsbooks.
Martin Truex Jr. won a Monday race at Dover International Speedway for the second time in his career.
Jimmie Johnson posed for a photo with Hall of Famers Bobby Allison and Richard Petty from an appearance this weekend and wrote the caption “367 and counting.”
The railroad historically brought growth and prosperity to Southern Nevada and was a main factor in the successful construction of Hoover Dam in the 1930s. The Nevada State Railroad Museum in Boulder City showcases the importance of the railroad to the region’s development with interactive exhibits and some of the most unique railroad equipment of the […]
In an annual tradition, NASCAR’s Hauler Parade returned to the Las Vegas Strip on Thursday night. The parade, which helped kicked off NASCAR Weekend, featured about 40 brightly colored 18-wheeler trucks.
Jeff Gordon’s immense influence on NASCAR was highlighted during a star-packed Hall of Fame induction ceremony befitting a driver who changed the trajectory of an entire sport.
During a Thursday NASCAR tire test, cars were outfitted with a new aerodynamic package that in theory will improve the quality of racing at Las Vegas Motor Speedway.
If James Brown was the Hardest Working Man in Show Business, then Sam Schmidt is the auto racing equivalent, at least during the sport’s short offseason.