NASCAR playoff drivers discuss track attendance and promotion and how tracks can do a better job of reaching out to fans in the future.
NASCAR, the longtime king of U.S. motorsports, has never had to worry about Formula One, the popular globetrotting series that has never quite grabbed hold of Americans. Then came “Drive to Survive” on Netflix, an F1 docuseries that for three seasons has given viewers a behind-the-velvet-rope look at the international superstars in Formula One, their glamorous lives, the cutthroat competition and the alleged cattiness of Red Bull boss Christian Horner. Perhaps the show is embellished — current championship leader Max Verstappen told The Associated Press producers “faked a lot of rivalries that don't really exist” and he's not participating this season — but it didn't seem to matter when F1 rolled into Austin, Texas last week.
Set for the Championship 4, Kyle Larson rang up another victory Sunday at Kansas. Who are the other winners and losers coming out of the heartland?
Dale Earnhardt Jr. and Clint Bowyer will be on hand to shake down the Next Gen car Oct. 26 at Bowman Gray Stadium, a 0.25-mile flat, asphalt oval in Winston Salem, North Carolina, affectionately known as the Madhouse. NASCAR is spending the time at Bowman Gray to prepare the car for The Clash at the […]
Wrap-up of races at the Kansas Speedway. Kyle Larson won the NASCAR Cup race, leading a race-high 130 laps and scoring his ninth 2021 victory. (Stan Szeto-USA TODAY Sports)
Though Chase Elliott and Denny Hamlin were unable to run the high line as fast as winner Kyle Larson at Kansas, they're in good shape with top fives.
Recap the 2021 NASCAR Cup Series Playoff race at Kansas Speedway that saw Kyle Larson dominate as Kyle Busch, Ryan Blaney, Martin Truex Jr. and others struggle.
Full results from Sunday's NASCAR Cup Series playoff race at Kansas Speedway and the updated Cup playoff standings.
Kyle Busch recaps a rough day at Kansas Speedway and looks ahead to the elimination race at Martinsville Speedway.
Hendrick Motorsports No. 9 driver Chase Elliott reflects on a second-place finish on pit road at Kansas Speedway.
Kyle Larson is now on his second three-race win streak of 2021 after winning Sunday's Cup Series playoff Round of 8 race at Kansas Speedway.
Kyle Larson won his ninth race of the season and third straight, sending him into the title race at Phoenix as the prohibitive favorite.