Midweek Racing is a TV Ratings Killer, Kansas Race Has Lowest TV Rating Since...

Thursday’s NASCAR Cup Series race from Kansas averaged a 0.9 rating at 1.47 million viewers on NBCSN, making it the least-watched Cup race on any network since at least 2000.

NASCAR Announces Nominees for NASCAR Hall of Fame Class of 2021

NASCAR today announced the 15 nominees for the NASCAR Hall of Fame’s Class of 2021, introducing the Modern Era and Pioneer Ballots for the first time.

Understanding What Actually Happened at Talladega in the No. 43 Garage

There seems to be a lot of misinformation or speculation into what has happened in the No. 43 garage stall from what is being called a rope, pull strap, or a noose.

NASCAR Motorsports Appeal Panel Upholds Mike Wallace’s Suspension

The National Motorsports Appeals Panel today heard and considered an appeal of a behavior penalty issued on Sept. 10 to Mike Wallace.

NASCAR Hall of Fame Closes Doors Through March

Out of an abundance of caution and in the best interest and protection of our guests, team members and members, the NASCAR Hall of Fame will be closed to the general admission public beginning Saturday, March 14 through the end of the month.

NASCAR Hall of Fame to Induct Three Members Annually Going Forward

NASCAR today announced changes to the NASCAR Hall of Fame nomination and induction processes, including reducing the annual number of inductees from five to three and splitting potential nominees into two ballots – one for contemporary stars and one for the sport’s pioneers.

NASCAR Returns to Racing May 17th at Darlington

NASCAR announced Thursday an initial short-term schedule, beginning with a NASCAR Cup Series race May 17 at Darlington Raceway, to mark the return to the track for the first time since the COVID-19 pandemic brought sports to a halt in the middle of March.

NASCAR Announces Bristol All-Star Race Format

NASCAR and Bristol Motor Speedway today announced the format for the NASCAR All-Star Race, including the introduction of a ‘choose rule’ that will allow drivers to choose which lane they line up in for restarts.

The NASCAR Hall of Fame gets its ‘Coach’ Joe Gibbs

Last November, on the eve of his team fielding an unprecedented three of the four cars eligible for the 2019 NASCAR Cup Series championship trophy, Joe Gibbs sat alongside his team’s former driver – now championship rival team owner – Tony Stewart and reminisced about their time together as they previewed the next day’s season finale.

NASCAR Announces Changes at Atlanta Due to COVID-19, Still Plan to Race

As the Novel Coronavirus (COVID-19) situation develops nationally and across local markets where we race, NASCAR remains in daily consultation with public health officials and other prominent sports and entertainment properties.