Likely needing a victory in Sunday’s Xfinity 500 to qualify for the NASCAR Cup Series Championship 4, Martin Truex Jr. took the first step in the right direction on Saturday.
After running what he termed “one of the dirtiest laps I’ve ever had in practice,” Tyler Reddick got just what he needed in Saturday’s subsequent qualifying session at the Charlotte Motor Speedway Road Course.
William Byron is less concerned about the opponents he sees on the race track..
For Christopher Bell, Friday’s NASCAR Cup Series qualifying session brought an unprecedented accomplishment.
Kyle Busch said Friday that the swap of pit crews with Austin Dillon before Saturday’s Bass Pro Shops Night Race at Bristol Motor Speedway was a collaborative decision at Richard Childress Racing that involved both drivers.
If Martin Truex Jr. doesn’t advance to the Round of 12 in the NASCAR Cup Series Playoffs, he’ll be the first regular-season champion to fail to do so.
Former NASCAR Xfinity Series champion Daniel Hemric will fill the seat of the No. 31 Kaulig Racing NASCAR Cup Series Chevrolet next season.
The spring race at Bristol Motor Speedway no longer will be a dirty business.
Christopher Bell earned a second chance on Saturday.
Bubba Wallace ended last Sunday’s Cook Out Southern 500 on a positive note, climbing to seventh in the finishing order with a strong run in the final stage.