Most media members will not be able to attend races, and there won't be much need for them at the track. Drivers will not take part in any in-person media obligations, the media center will not be open, and there will be an alternative victory lane with limited participants.
Today Racing Pride has announced a major expansion of its world-leading movement to positively promote LGBTQ+ inclusion through motorsport with the addition of a series of exciting new ambassadors and partners across North American motorsport.
In the midst of revitalizing historic North Wilkesboro Speedway, Speedway Motorsports will bring grassroots racing back to the famed .625-mile short track in August and October of 2022.
To a whole generation of NASCAR fans, Buddy Baker was for years the gentle voice and big personality on television race broadcasts and a popular SiriusXM NASCAR Radio show. He loved to laugh and lift the audience and his knowledge of the sport was second-to-none.
Ahead of the iconic DAYTONA 500, NASCAR and Verizon announced today a multi-year partnership to modernize 12 NASCAR-owned racetracks and bring race fans, drivers and teams improved connectivity to enhance the at-track experience.
Longtime NASCAR broadcaster Bob Jenkins has been named the winner of the 2021 Squier-Hall Award for NASCAR Media Excellence.
This afternoon, seven-time NASCAR Cup Series champion Jimmie Johnson tested positive for COVID-19. He will miss Sunday’s race at Indianapolis Motor Speedway and will...
Camping World will transition back as the series partner beginning in 2021 – marking the return of the NASCAR Camping World Truck Series.
NASCAR competition officials have confirmed eight Cup Series races will be conducted with practice and qualifying in 2021.