Here’s a breakdown of the championship four contenders, explaining why each has a chance of winning the NASCAR championship
A large crowd and a strong field of cars and drivers Saturday night made Volunteer Speedway’s first racing program under new track owner Landon Stallard a smashing success.
Sidelined since a March motorcycle accident, Hawkins County racing legend Scott Bloomquist made his return to the track at Eldora Speedway in Ohio.
Kyle Busch scored his 199th NASCAR national event victory Sunday at ISM Raceway, drawing the inevitable comparisons to Richard Petty’s 200 Cup Series wins.
Saturday, April 6 is the busiest day of the spring race weekend at BMS with Cup Series practice, Xfinity Series qualifying, the Xfinity Alsco 300 and the Zombie Auto 150 for the NASCAR K&N Series.
Sevierville driver Blake Jones will make his Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series debut this weekend at New Hampshire Motor Speedway behind the wheel of BK Racing’s No. 23 Tennessee XXX Moonshine Toyota.
Beef O’Brady’s Monster Truck Madness at Bristol Motor Speedway features some of the biggest-name trucks in the business.
Two familiar faces will be back behind the wheel when the Super Cup Stock Car Series comes to Kingsport Speedway on Friday night for twin 50-lap features.
Three-time Late Model national champion Jimmy Owens — aka, the “Newport Nightmare” — passed points leader Chris Madden for the lead with three laps to go to take the 50-lap, $10,000-to-win East Tennessee Shootout.