News, driver interviews, and the latest in NASCAR event coverage including the Xfinity series, Camping World Truck series, and Sprint Cup challenge with schedules and results.
Ralph Maccarone was just announced as the NASCAR Foundation winner of the 12th annual Betty Jane France Humanitarian Award during a live-streamed announcement on NASCAR’s YouTube channel.
Two NASCAR drivers have been promoted to Cup Series competition for the 2023 season, continuing a youth movement that has brought change to NASCAR’s top series, as veteran drivers retire, move to different teams or fade – sorry – into obscurity.
With Joey Logano’s second NASCAR cup championship win, Team Penske sweeps some of the big wins this season.
NASCAR has always been a contact sport, well before the 1979 Daytona 500 when Cale Yarborough and Bobby Allison duked it out on the front straight.
Head injuries in professional sports are nothing new, but with growing understanding of the ramifications, all sports, including motorsports are taking the trauma more seriously.
NASCAR’s latest Cup Series race car, its 7th generation of NextGen stock cars has experienced compatibility issues with Goodyear tires and new wheels.
Jimmie Johnson is scaling back his competition involvement.
NASCAR has released it’s 2023 schedules for Cup, Xfinity and the CRAFTSMAN Truck Series to celebrate its Diamond Anniversary.
Kyle Busch is moving on. After 15 years and two championships with Toyota and Joe Gibbs Racing, the Las Vegas native is welcoming a change.
With Kurt Busch’s injuries, the issue of traumatic brain injury in motorsports is on everyone’s mind. RacingJunk asked a medical specialist to explain TBI to us.