If the Fox Sports Latin America broadcast team called stock car races for an English-speaking audience, NASCAR’s problems might seem less severe.
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.
A year after Travis Pastrana honored Evel Knievel’s legacy by jumping 52 cars, 16 buses and the fountains at Caesars Palace, another flying leap by a motor sports daredevil didn’t go as well.
He inherited the lead after a 17-car accident decimated the field and a lightning strike forced NASCAR to stop the race.
Chris Clyne, son of Las Vegas Motor Speedway founder Richie Clybe, will be the man to beat on the annual Night of Fire featuring grassroots auto racing and fireworks.
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.
National Motorsports Appeals Panelist Bryan Moss heard Ross Chastain’s appeal and chose to uphold the original penalties assessed by NASCAR.
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.