When Josh Berry crossed the finish line at Charlotte Motor Speedway—giving JR Motorsports its first NASCAR Xfinity Series win at its home track—second-place Ty Gibbs was just reaching the 200-foot-long Speedway TV screen television on the backstretch.
It has been confirmed that I-k9 will not be a sponsor for Joe Gibbs Racing nor Hailie Deegan in 2020. Racing links on the I-k9 website have been removed, and the most recent racing post from I-k9 on their website came in October of 2019.
When FOX Sports first revealed its 2020 NASCAR XFINITY SERIES driver analyst lineup for the broadcast booth in February, one of the sport’s most legendary brother duos was one of the most buzzed-about announcements.
Restarting from seventh place in the second overtime attempt, Jones charged forward and wrested the lead from Cindric, who was less than one lap away from tying Sam Ard’s NASCAR Xfinity Series record of four straight victories, a feat Ard accomplished in 1983.
BJ McLeod Motorsports (BJMM) announced today that Jesse Little will join the team’s driver roster. Little will drive the No.78 Chevrolet Camaro full-time in the upcoming 2021 NASCAR XFINITY Series (NXS) season.
Shady Rays, an independent, American-owned sunglasses company has partnered with Kentucky Speedway to sponsor a Bluegrass-State powered NASCAR Xfinity Series race on Thursday, July 9
Our Motorsports is pleased to welcome 20-year-old Blaine Perkins to its lineup of drivers piloting the team’s newly formed, second full-time entry in the NASCAR Xfinity Series season. This will mark Perkins’ debut in one of NASCAR’s top three national series.
Sam Hunt Racing (SHR) announced today that the team will field two Toyota GR Supras in the Beef. It’s What’s for Dinner. 300 at Daytona International Speedway on Saturday, February 19.
For the season-opening race at Daytona on Sat., Feb. 19, Bucked Up will feature its new Strawberry Kiwi flavor with Graf’s No. 07 Ford Mustang infused with a pink and green livery.
RSS Racing has annoucned today that Timmy Hill will join the organization at Auto Club Speedway this weekend piloting the No. 38 Ford Mustang with sponsorship from Tahoe Blue Vodka, a new sponsor to NASCAR.