The NASCAR Cup Series race at Texas has been postponed for a third time, after attempts to dry the circuit for a hoped restart were again scuppered
NASCAR will make a fourth attempt to complete its playoff race at Texas Motor Speedway on Wednesday after persistent mist and cold temperatures continued the long delay. The weather did not relent on Monday or Tuesday as NASCAR spent about two dozen f…
The Cup Series playoff event in Fort Worth, Texas started on Sunday and has now been halted three straight days due to storms in the area.
Texas Cup race postponed to 3 p.m. ET Wednesday. Race will air on NBCSN.
NASCAR’s repeated attempts to resume Sunday’s Cup Series race at Texas Motor Speedway have been delayed again.
The NASCAR Cup Series playoff race at Texas has been further postponed to Tuesday afternoon following a wash-out on Monday
Sunday’s race was unable to restart on Monday thanks to misty conditions. 52 of 334 laps have been run.
Jonathan Merryman sits down with VP of Officiating and Technical Inspection Elton Sawyer to discuss NASCAR’s decision-making process in postponing the Texas race.
Series officials were unable to dry the track Monday and will attempt to get the rest of the race in on Tuesday.
Rudy Fugle will take the place of Chad Knaus atop the No. 24 Hendrick Motorsports pit box with driver William Byron in 2021.
The resumption of NASCAR’s Cup playoff race in Texas was still on hold Monday because of more rain and a dreary forecast. There was no official word from NASCAR on when the race might proceed. Two drivers retiring from full-time NASCAR competition after this season, Clint Bowyer and seven-time Cup champion Jimmie Johnson, were running 1-2 Sunday when the race was halted.
Martinsville Speedway is the final race in the Round of 8.
Hendrick Motorsports announced Monday that Ryan “Rudy” Fugle will join the organization as crew chief of the No. 24 Chevrolet for William Byron in the 2021 NASCAR Cup Series. Fugle, 36, has spent the last eight seasons as crew chief for Kyle Busch Moto…
Here are the details for the resumption of the Cup playoff race Monday at Texas Motor Speedway.
A persistent mist forced NASCAR to push Sunday’s Cup Series race to 10 a.m. ET. Monday.