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Austin Dillon has shown plenty of speed this season but has little so far to show for it.
If you’re surprised to learn Ross Chastain is one of only 12 NASCAR Xfinity Series drivers so far this season to have at least two top-10 finishes, that’s okay.
Kevin Harvick may be the class of the Ford field right now in the Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series but Team Penske isn’t far behind.
Furniture Row Racing owner Barney Visser still likes that winning feeling.
Kevin Harvick has taken responsibility for the Lap 37 contact that ended his chances of winning four consecutive Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series races.
Kyle Larson overcame an early run-in with Kevin Harvick to earn his best finish so far this season.
Kevin Harvick and Kyle Larson were battling hard for the third position for several laps in the opening stage of the Auto Club 400.
Martin Truex Jr. claimed the Stage 1 victory in Sunday’s Auto Club Speedway as Kevin Harvick’s bid for a fourth consecutive win appeared to come to an early end.
Nobody likes to see NASCAR officials change the rules on the fly, but Joey Logano says competitors left them no choice this weekend at Auto Club Speedway.
Take a look at the five most memorable Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series finishes at Auto Club Speedway.
Not even a difference in pit strategy could slow down Joey Logano’s march to victory Saturday.
The last driver to win four Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series races in succession was Jimmie Johnson back in 2007.
Kevin Harvick continues to be the man to beat at Auto Club Speedway
In an effort to help remedy an apparent disparity, NASCAR has provided a tire option to the 24 teams that participated in Monster Energy Cup Series qualifying on Friday.
The NASCAR Xfinity Series this weekend makes its only stop of the 2018 this season at Auto Club Speedway.
Martin Truex Jr. hasn’t won a race yet this season, but he’s doing very well in qualifying.
Jimmie Johnson spoke to the media for the first time following the announcement by his long-time sponsor Lowe’s that they will not return to the No. 48 Hendrick Motorsports team in 2019.
If Kevin Harvick is going to win his fourth consecutive Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series race, he’s off to a good start.