News and Analysis
eNASCAR Heat Pro League competitor Stewart-Haas Gaming makes history in the regular season finale.
Five teams are battling for a single playoff berth in the final race of the regular season in the eNASCAR Heat Pro League.
Although several drivers entered this week's eNASCAR Heat Pro League race in desperate need to clinch a playoff berth, it was familiar faces winning the races.
Roush Fenway Gaming has already clinched a playoff berth, but they want more heading into the final two races of the regular season.
After experiencing both highs and lows in the first Roval race at Charlotte Motor Speedway, Bubba Wallace is ready to return.
Cliff Daniels will lead the No. 48 team starting this weekend at Watkins Glen International.
Late cautions end strategy for Erik Jones and his team to stretch fuel and score his first NASCAR Cup Series win of the year.
After winning in Saskatoon on Wednesday Andrew Ranger flexed his muscles with a dominating NASCAR Pinty’s Series win Saturday at Edmonton.
After entering the night tenth in the standings, GoFas Gaming did exactly what they had to do to secure a spot in the postseason.
Joey Stone and Jordan McGraw are determined to get RCR eSports into the eNASCAR Heat Pro League playoffs with three regular season races remaining.
Matt DiBenedetto was all smiles after scoring his second top-five finish Sunday at New Hampshire Motor Speedway with Leavine Family Racing.
Denny Hamlin shares his frustrations after finishing a close runner-up finish to Kevin Harvick Sunday at New Hampshire Motor Speedway.
Despite body damage to his car and two late restarts, Alex Tagliani was able to hold off Andrew Ranger to win the Pinty’s Grand Prix of Toronto for the second time.
Kyle Busch finished a close second to his older brother Kurt in a wild last-lap battle for the win Saturday night in Kentucky.
The NASCAR Pinty’s Series will race the streets of Toronto while the Euro Series visits its only oval track of the year at Raceway Venray in the Netherlands and Peak Mexico visits El Dorado Speedway.
Josh Harbin (ThAbEaR_95) earns his team a playoff berth with his victory while Justin Brooks (mrTRACKBAR33) becomes the third driver to score multiple race victories during the inaugural season.
JRMDohar88 and JRM_Keffer7 have JR Motorsports third in the eNASCAR Heat Pro League standings but still need to clinch playoff berth.
Clint Bowyer frustrated with Austin Dillon after they get together racing for the lead to create the ‘Big One’ late in the race at Daytona.
Brad Keselowski’s day ends early after push from Kevin Harvick sends him into the wall during Stage 2 of race at Daytona International Speedway.
The 2014 NASCAR Cup Series champion Kevin Harvick is joined by his boss and three-time champion Tony Stewart on the cover for the latest edition of the NASCAR Heat video game.
In addition to Alex Bowman getting his first NASCAR Cup Series win, all four Hendrick Motorsports drivers finished in the top 11 at Chicagoland Speedway.
After suffering an engine failure late in the race on Saturday, Loris Hezemans bounced back the best way possible on Sunday.
The month of June is one Raphaël Lessard will never forget no matter how far he goes in his racing career.
Nicolo Rocca returns to Victory Lane for the first time since 2015 after Loris Hezeman loses motor with four laps to go in the race.
Roush Fenway’s wowTHATSgarbage and GoFas Gaming’s FasFed32 each score their second eNASCAR Heat Pro League victories of the season.
The Grass Valley, California native scores career-best NASCAR Cup Series finish at Sonoma Raceway in his home state coming home fourth in Toyota/Save Mart 350.
Regan Smith reunites with JR Motorsports to compete in a pair of road course events later this summer.
Young Canadian driver Raphael Lessard finished ninth at Iowa Speedway in first race driving for DGR-Crosley in the Gander Outdoors NASCAR Truck Series.
After the third event of the season in the eNASCAR Heat Pro League there are now six different winners in six races.
Four different winners in as many races highlight the close competition in the first season of the eNASCAR Heat Pro League.
Former NASCAR Cup Series champion Kurt Busch scored his second runner-up finish of the season with his new team in rain-delayed race at Michigan.
Austin Dillon used a pit stop during a caution period early in Stage 2 and that was good enough to keep him from having to pit until the end of the stage.
Pole sitter Joey Logano backed up his qualifying effort by holding off Alex Bowman to win Stage 1 in the rain-delayed FireKeepers Casino 400.
NASCAR Cup Series driver Bubba Wallace will take part in Summer Shootout Series where he competed several years ago before rising to NASCAR’s top division.
Michigan Speedway will host the NASCAR Xfinity Series, the Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series and the ARCA Menards Series this weekend.
Ahead of his first Pinty’s Series start, Quebec driver Raphael Lessard has added two NASCAR Truck races to his 2019 schedule with DGR-Crosley.
Julia Landauer becomes first female driver to lead a NASCAR Pinty’s Series race and first American to lead a Canadian series event since 2011.
The Elite 1 division of the NASCAR Whelen Euro Series is setting up to be one of the most competitive ever with three drivers already scoring wins this season.
Chase Cabre gave Rev Racing its first win of the season while Doug Coby returned to Victory Lane in the NASCAR Whelen Modified Tour.
Veteran Andrew Rangers outlasted Kevin Lacroix in a green-white-checkered finish to pick up his 25th NASCAR Pinty’s Series victory in a rain-delayed event.
Series veteran Frederic Gabillon outlasted Stienes Longin to pick up his first NASCAR Whelen Euro Series Elite 1 victory of the season at Brands Hatch.
Erik Jones rebounded from a 40th-place finish last weekend at Charlotte to finish third Sunday at Pocono Raceway, tying for his best finish of the season.
Defending NASCAR Whelen Euro Series champ picks up his third consecutive series win on Saturday in the NASCAR Grand Prix UK.
Two of the three NASCAR international series will be in action this weekend in Canada and the United Kingdom, with the Euro races broadcast on Motorsport.tv.
After both drivers finished outside the top 10 in the season opener, Hunter Mullins and Nick Walker add their names to the winners list in the eNASCAR Heat Pro League.
Slade Gravitt and Brian Tedeschi score inaugural wins in the season opener of the eNASCAR Heat Pro League season at Charlotte Motor Speedway.
For the first time since 2010, the NASCAR Whelen Modified Tour will return to historic Martinsville (Va.) Speedway next season.
After hitting wall and losing a lap early in the Coca-Cola 600, Chris Buescher rebounded for his best finish of the season.