The NASCAR Pinty’s Series will return to a full schedule of events in 2021 and crown a series champion.
NASCAR has reduced its 2020 schedule in the Pinty’s Series in Canada to three weekends of twin-125 races and will no longer crown a series champion.
The 2020 NASCAR Pinty's Series schedule will include a dirt track for the first time.
Andrew Ranger finally became a third-time NASCAR Pinty’s Series champion but the most recent took a little longer than the first two.
On this week's NASCAR Roundtable, we talk about the new crew chief for Jimmie Johnson, NASCAR's return to road course action and the potential for a new winner.
After winning in Saskatoon on Wednesday Andrew Ranger flexed his muscles with a dominating NASCAR Pinty’s Series win Saturday at Edmonton.
Kyle Busch looks to tie a record at Pocono Raceway as drivers face some unknowns with the PJ1 traction compound added to the track.
Cole Custer scores another win, Kurt Busch bests his brother at Kentucky and the lack of post-race inspection issues are all discussed in this week's NASCAR Roundtable.
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.
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.
The month of June is one Raphaël Lessard will never forget no matter how far he goes in his racing career.
The Motorsport.com team shares their thoughts on NASCAR running the full Sonoma layout, the battle between JGR teammates Kyle Busch and Martin Truex Jr., and who is on the hot seat to get a win.
The NASCAR team discusses penalties handed out by NASCAR this weekend to Johnny Sauter and Ross Chastain, as well as who the favorites are to win in Sonoma.
Young Canadian driver Raphael Lessard finished ninth at Iowa Speedway in first race driving for DGR-Crosley in the Gander Outdoors NASCAR Truck Series.
The aero package at Michigan, primetime races and standalone races for the NASCAR Xfinity and Truck Series -- all that and more on this week's edition of the NASCAR Roundtable.
California teenager Hailie Deegan battled teammate Derek Kraus in last-lap tangle in overtime in Colorado to win her second K&N Pro Series West race of the season.
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.
The NASCAR team discusses Pocono, Kyle Busch criticisms of the aero package despite his success with it and the Xfinity Series title race.
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.
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.
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