NASCAR seven time champion Jimmie Johnson has announced that he's running Boston marathon on April 15th 2019. Lots of people who guess the announcement wrong, half of the people though he's going to retire NASCAR, or run the Indy 500. He wanted to be a part of it, since he
Kyle Busch held off Brad Keselowski in the final dozen laps, winning his eighth race of the year, tied with Kevin Harvick for most this season.
Entering the race just needing to finish sixth to guarantee he would qualify for the finale.
On the last restart, Aric Almirola and Kyle Busch lead up to
A win would earn Logano one of the four spots for the finale. So obviously if he didn't try something desperate, his chance at a Cup championship might disappear with it. Who's to say really whether or not it would work out in the next two races, where anything is liable to
Ryan Blaney was a healthy length behind Martin Truex Jr. and Jimmie Johnson who were fighting to win the final race of round one on Sunday and in a comfortable third. Johnson tried to dive inside and pass Truex with a couple corners to go. It didnt end up working
Kyle Busch made the winning pass for the lead on lap 364 of 400 at the .75-mile track. Keselowski grabbed the top spot on lap 343, but Kyle Busch took it back 20 laps later before Keselowski faded, eventually finishing ninth, and Harvick making a strong push their near the
Brad Keselowski led 75 laps to pick up the victory in the South Point 400, the first playoff race of 2018. The win was his third in a row,and books him an automatic spot in the next round of the playoffs.
"To start off the playoffs with the win, that's really strong," Keselowski told
In a thrilling late race shootout, Brad Keselowski barreled his way past Denny Hamlin coming to the white flag at Indy and clinched Roger Penske’s first Brickyard 400 win and a historic one for Team Penske.
"It is special and means a lot to kiss the bricks today and get that
Kurt Busch stole the spotlight from his younger brother Saturday night to snap a 58-race winless streak and win a rare short track race for himself at Bristol. A wreck involving Kyle Busch blowing a tire, left the race up in the the air with a late race restart with
Martin Truex Jr. started up front Saturday night at Kentucky Speedway.
After a dominant performance that included 174 laps-led, he was also able to take his fourth win of the season to pull within one victory of point leaders Kyle Busch and Kevin Harvick.
"Just left it in gear and it just rolled away,"
Rain delayed the start of the Michigan 400 for more than two hours.After 120 laps and two stages, the race could now be official. Any driver in the lead would virtually win if rain returned. Clint Bowyer had finished second to teammate Kevin Harvick in the second stage, and both came