Mondays are made for Martin Truex Jr. it seems.
Kyle Busch is no doubt ready to put New Hampshire Motor Speedway in his rear-view mirror.
A loose wheel cost Aric Almirola another shot at a win at New Hampshire Motor Speedway Monday.
John Hunter Nemechek came into New Hampshire with the car to beat.
It’s a familiar face up front in New Hampshire, but it didn’t come easy.
New Hampshire Motor Speedway is fittingly both an important part of NASCAR history and a unique treasure in modern day sports venues.
In perhaps a continuation from last August at Michigan, Brad Keselowski and Austin Dillon had odd sort of on -track tangle during Sunday’s Cup race at Loudon.
He was the class of the field Sunday at New Hampshire Motor Speedway, at least for much of the race
Joe Gibbs Racing driver Martin Truex Jr., 42, earned his first pole position in four seasons, taking the top starting spot in Saturday qualifying.
New Hampshire Motor Speedway is a favorite on the NASCAR schedule, and the sport’s best drivers take it on with Playoffs in the middle of the picture.