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As Motorsport.com earlier reported, Darrell “Bubba” Wallace Jr., will drive the No. 43 for Richard Petty Motorsports in 2018.
The 59-year-old Hickory, N.C., native, who led Dale Earnhardt to the 1993 and 1994 Cup championships, will return to the Welcome, N.C., racing campus as advisor for competition.
Kasey Kahne will have Travis Mack calling the shots on the No. 95 Leavine Family Racing Chevy next season.
For Kyle Busch, it was mission accomplished at Kansas Speedway.
Jimmie Johnson found his lucky horseshoe again.
Four drivers were eliminated from NASCAR’s Monster Energy Cup Series playoffs at Kansas Speedway.
Martin Truex Jr. made it a clean sweep at Kansas Speedway on Sunday.
Matt Kenseth’s title hopes went up in smoke on Sunday at Kansas Speedway.
Denny Hamlin gambled and won the second stage in the Hollywood Casino 400 on Sunday.
Kyle Busch got lucky in the Hollywood Casino 400 on Sunday.
The Furniture Row Racing teams will compete with heavy hearts on Sunday following the loss of James “Jim” Watson.
Kansas Speedway set the stage for Dale Earnhardt Jr.’s Apreci88tion tour with a Kansas City Royals jersey and a congratulatory video from Skipper Ned Yost.
Christopher Bell won the lottery on Saturday — the Kansas Lottery 300.
Jimmie Johnson didn’t have to worry about his performance at Kansas Speedway last year.
No, Clint Bowyer’s 2017 Monster Energy Cup Series season hasn’t unfolded according to plan.
Kyle Busch confirmed on Friday that Mike Hillman Jr. has joined Kyle Busch Motorsports as crew chief of the No. 51 truck.
Kyle Larson led first practice at Kansas Speedway with a lap of 189.056mph.
Dave Pericak is leaving the director’s role at Ford Performance as of Dec. 1.
Barney Visser built a winning NASCAR organization the old-fashion way — he earned it.