Less than six months after recording a stunning victory at Talladega Superspeedway, colorful Las Vegas native Spencer Gallagher said Friday he will retire from racing at season’s end.
Las Vegan Noah Gragson, a contender for the NASCAR Truck Series championship who will be driving in the Xfinity Series next year for Dale Earnhardt Jr., will return home to battle some of the West Coast’s top sportsman racers.
Aric Almirola capped an absolute Stewart-Haas Racing rout at Talladega Superspeedway with an overtime victory that earned him an automatic berth into the third round of NASCAR’s playoffs.
Eli Tomac become the second rider in as many years to ride away with a $1 million bonus for sweeping all three main events of the Monster Energy Cup, the AMA Supercross all-star race at Sam Boyd Stadium Saturday night.
The world’s best Supercross riders will be chasing a $1 million bonus in the Monster Energy Cup at Sam Boyd Stadium on Saturday night.
A 2019 rules package expected to provide closer competition on NASCAR’s intermediate-sized speedways has been adopted. A test is tentatively set for Dec. 5 and 6 at LVMS, the week after NASCAR Champion’s Week in Las Vegas.
It has a whimsical name, like one of those “sniglets” from the 1980s. But there is nothing humorous about the Charlotte Motor Speedway “roval” that awaits NASCAR playoff drivers trying to advance to the second tier of postseason races.
Noah Gragson will switch from Kyle Busch’s NASCAR Truck Series team to Dale Earnhardt Jr.’s Xfinity Series team in 2019. Gragson will take the place of retiring Elliott Sadler in the No. 1 JR Motorsports Chevrolet.
Kyle Busch passed Brad Keselowski with 38 laps to go and held off hard-charging Kevin Harvick to win the NASCAR Cup Series playoff race at Richmond Raceway on Saturday night.