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 to Race 3.41 Mile Course at Circuit of the Americas

"We took a hard look at both the 3.41-mile long course and the newly reconfigured 2.2-mile short course," said Speedway Motorsports President and CEO Marcus Smith.

NASCAR Announces New Streaming Partnership with FloRacing

NASCAR and leading sports streaming service, FloSports, today announced a multi-year partnership that will make FloRacing, FloSports’ dedicated motorsports platform, the home of NASCAR Roots properties.

Bobby Labonte Lives up to Family Name with NASCAR Hall of Fame Induction

The indications were there from that first green flag he took as a little boy growing up in small town Texas. Bobby Labonte was perhaps simply destined to be a winner, a champion.

NASCAR Modifies Starting Lineup Calculation

NASCAR has made a slight change to the starting lineup metric formula starting this weekend at Darlington.

Daytona 500 Reserved Seating and RV Camping Sold Out

“The fans have definitely spoken,” said Daytona International Speedway President Frank Kelleher. “We’re going to have a packed house for the 64th Annual DAYTONA 500.

NASCAR and Mack Trucks Announce Multi-Year Extension

As the 2020 season rolls into view and the industry prepares to hit the open roads, NASCAR and Mack Trucks announced today a multi-year extension that continues its designation as the "Official Hauler of NASCAR®."

NASCAR Updates Teams On Starting Order & Pit Road Procedures

NASCAR announced Tuesday afternoon a new procedure for setting the field for the races at Darlington and Charlotte later this month.

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 Hall of Fame Welcomes Dale Jr., Mike Stefanik, and Red Farmer

At first glance—aside from sharing the profession of “race car driver” — Dale Earnhardt Jr., Mike Stefanik and Red Farmer couldn’t be more different from one another.