Ford Performance Racing School reunites with Chase Briscoe in the NASCAR Cup Series after a successful nine-win partnership in the NASCAR Xfinity Series last season.
A new season breaths new life into the spirit of any sports fan. Major League Baseball fans live for Opening Day. Alumni and die hards alike, bask in the glory of the first kick signaling a new season of college football.
Alfredo will be making his first start on the road course and second of the season.
Spire Motorsports will showcase AirMedCare Network aboard the team’s No. 77 Chevrolet Camaro with driver Justin Haley in Sunday’s NASCAR Cup Series (NCS) O’Reilly Auto Parts 253 at the Daytona International Speedway road course.
In a stunning upset at the end of an action-filled, rain-interrupted Daytona 500, Front Row Motorsports driver Michael McDowell claimed his first NASCAR Cup Series victory after charging into the lead during a brutal multicar wreck in Turn 3 on the final lap.
Take your naps now, looks like it will be a late night. The hope is to return to racing around 8:30pm est. time tonight following FOX's premiere of "Cherrie's Wild" at 7:30pm est. Rain at that time is expected to be a 16% chance of showers. If the race is postponed today they will race Monday at 4pm on FOX.
"I have won it all, I have done it all, I am so very satisfied, and it has been a great ride, cool sponsors, great people, this is the life right here. It's all said and done, put a stamp on it".
On Lap 3 of The Great American Race, race fans will stand and salute the seven-time NASCAR Cup Series Champion with "3" fingers in the air, paying tribute to one of the greatest drivers of all time.
While the Toyota contingent of Martin Truex Jr., Bubba Wallace and Kyle Busch pushed to the front on the restart with two laps remaining in overtime, it was Austin Dillon – with a well-timed shove from former teammate Kevin Harvick – who rallied to the front, dropped low on Wallace and then won the drag race to the checkered flag for his first career Duel victory – a mere .057-seconds over Wallace.
Almirola’s No. 10 Stewart-Haas Racing Ford led a dominating 52 of the 60 laps and held off Christopher Bell’s No 20 Joe Gibbs Racing Toyota by a mere .041-seconds for the Tampa native’s first victory in the Daytona 500 field-setting race.