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Darlington County Sheriff’s Investigators have arrested a man accused of leaving threatening messages at Darlington Raceway.
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NASCAR races remain on hiatus as North Carolina extended its stay-at-home order due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
The second season of the eNASCAR Heat Pro League gets underway Wednesday night with several new competitors and some competition changes.
NASCAR tracks are getting anxious to return to real racing with a rush of announcements in recent days by several claiming they are prepared to host events with no fans.
NASCAR’s desire to begin racing again next month without fans appears to have received a cool response from the North Carolina governor’s office.
Texas Motor Speedway president Eddie Gossage says that the track will not host this year’s NTT IndyCar Series season-opener as a TV-only event, but says he has for a long time advocated the idea of an IndyCar/NASCAR Cup double-header.
With only five stock car racing starts to his name, Logan Seavey put on quite a show in a virtual battle Saturday night with numerous NASCAR stars.
Racing icon A.J. Foyt has been responding to fans’ questions on social media, and has declared that two-time Rodger Ward was his fiercest opponent on both dirt and pavement, and has expressed strong disinterest in simulator racing.
NASCAR is still as popular has ever and has recently signed deals with four sponsors for its Cup Series. Busch, Coca-Cola, Geico and Xfinity will feature on NASCAR broadcasts, in-market promotion and digital and social avenues.
James Hinchcliffe will serve as an analyst for NBC Sports’ coverage of IndyCar, Indy Lights, IMSA and NASCAR in 2020, making his on-air debut for the NTT IndyCar Series season-opener at St. Petersburg.
Reigning ARCA East series champion Sam Mayer picked up where he left off, winning a wild season opener Monday night at New Smyrna (Fla.) Speedway.
Kevin Harvick enjoyed his first opportunity to drive a NASCAR modified car and said he wouldn’t go through the process if he didn’t want to one day run a race.
Hailie Deegan’s debut as a Ford Performance development driver will include a tribute to a pioneer for women in racing.
It almost wasn’t fair for Ty Gibbs, getting to run testing laps (single-car and drafting) at Daytona International Speedway this weekend but not being able to compete in a race at the track.
Until this month, Hailie Deegan had only visited Daytona International Speedway, having never turned a lap on its oval track or road course.
Hailie Deegan saw many benefits in joining Ford’s NASCAR driver development program but the biggest may be the opportunities still to come.
Hailie Deegan will continue her NASCAR career as a development driver but for Ford Performance rather than Toyota, Motorsport.com has learned.