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  • Trevor Bayne Claims Third Consecutive Pole

    Trevor Bayne starts from the pole for the third straight week after claiming the top starting spot for Saturday's U. S. Cellular 250 NASCAR Nationwide Series event at Iowa Speedway....
  • Elliott Sadler Wins Pocono Mountains 125

              Elliott Sadler picked up his first career NASCAR Camping World Series win at Pocono Raceway Saturday afternoon, holding off Kasey Kahne on a green-white-checkered finish to park the KHI No. 2 Che...
  • Jeff Burton Leads NASCAR Happy Hour At Pocono

    Jeff Burton ran a fast lap at 166.936 mph to lead Saturday's Sprint Cup Series Happy Hour at Pocono Raceway. Joey Logano was second on the leader board with a speed of 166.852 mph. Jimmie Johnson, Reed Sorenson and Dale Earnhardt, Jr. rounded out the...
  • Sadler On Pole For Pocono Truck Race

    Elliott Sadler earned his first career NASCAR Camping World Series Truck Series pole in qualifying at Pocono Raceway Saturday morning, driving the KHI No. 2 Chevrolet Slverado at 162.602 mph to edge Kasey Kahne for the top starting spot. ...
  • Dibenedetto Fastest In Nationwide Practice

    Matt Dibenedetto turned the fastest lap in NASCAR Nationwide Series practice Saturday at Iowa Speedway, circling the 0.875-mile track at an average speed of 132.247 mph. Nationwide drivers only have one round of practice to prepare for the U.S. Cellular 2...
  • Jason Sides Blisters Field At Ohsweken

    Jason Sides started from the pole and led from flag to flag to win his fourth World of Outlaws Sprint Car Series A-Main Feature of 2010 Friday night at Ohsweken Speedway in Canada. Sides set a torrid pace from the beginning, with only the top 14 cars on...
  • Pocono Preview

     The NASCAR elites are about to go from one of the smoothest tracks on the circuit to one of the bumpiest as they travel to Pocono. While winning a race may build excitement and enthusiasm, it won’t help in prepa...
  • Rain, Rain ... Go Away From Iowa Speedway

    Rain forced the two NASCAR Nationwide Series practice sessions scheduled for Friday at Iowa Speedway to be cancelled after a storm passed through the area....
  • Hamlin, Newman Fined By NASCAR

    Ryan Newman and Denny Hamlin have admitted they were fined by NASCAR for making damaging comments about the sport. The Associated Press reported earlier this week that one of the drivers had been fined as much as $50,000. Denny Hamlin did not deny he...
  • Sadler, Dillon Top Pocono Truck Practices

    Elliott Sadler and Austin Dillon topped the speed charts in practice sessions held Friday at Pocono Raceway as the NASCAR Camping World Truck Series drivers and teams prepare for the Pocono Mountains 125. Sadler led the first session, driving the KHI...
  • Tony Stewart Smokes 'Em In Pocono Qualifying

    Tony Stewart turned in a lap of 171.393 mph in qualifying Friday afternoon at Pocono Raceway to win the pole for Sunday's Sunoco Red Cross Pennsylvania 500, his second of the 2010 NASCAR Sprint Cup Series season. Juan Pablo Montoya will line up on th...
  • Jack Roush Moved To Mayo Clinic

    Roush Racing issued the following update Thursday regarding the condition of team owner Jack Roush, who received injuries when his Beechcraft Premier jet was involved in an accident while landing in Wisconsin Tuesday evening about 6:15 pm local time:&nb...
  • NASCAR Schedule Of Events For Pocono & Iowa

    As the NASCAR Sprint Cup Series and the NASCAR Camping World Truck Series head to the Pocono Mountains for the first time together, the NASCAR Nationwide Series is off to the heartland for the U.S. Cellular 250 at Iowa Speedway. ...
  • Bobby Labonte Signs With JTG For 2011

    JTG Daugherty Racing has announced Bobby Labonte will fill the seat in the No. 47 NASCAR Sprint Cup Series ride for 2011. The team announced Tuesday their current driver, Marcos Ambrose, had decided to move on after five seasons. “JTG Daugherty Rac...
  • Steve Kinser Claims Victory In Canada

    Legendary World of Outlaws Sprint Car Series driver Steve Kinser added another page to the history books Tuesday night, winning the series debut at Autodrome Drummond in Drummondville, Quebec, Canada before a standing room only crowd of hardcore race fans...
  • Roush Escapes Plane Crash With Minor Injuries

    NASCAR Sprint Cup Series team owner Jack Roush survived a plane crash Tuesday evening at Whitman Regional Airport in Oshkosh, Wisconsin, escaping with minor injuries. According to eyewitnesses of the crash, the fuselage of Roush's jet, a Beechcraft P...
  • Ambrose Leaving JTG Racing At End Of 2010

    NASCAR Sprint Cup Series driver Marcos Ambrose will leave JTG Daugherty Racing at the end of the 2010 season, according to a release issued by the team Tuesday. Ambrose has been with JTG Daugherty Racing for the past five years, making his NASCAR Cam...
  • Baby Boom In NASCAR Continues

    Just over a year ago Matt and Katie Kenseth welcomed their daughter Kaylin which fairly set off the NASCAR baby boom. Elliott Sadler and Carl Edwards both announced their wives were expecting and a baby boy and a baby girl, respectively, came along at the...
  • NASCAR Reportedly Fines Unnamed Drivers

    The Associated Press is reporting NASCAR has fined two unnamed drivers for making comments the sanctioning body considered disparaging to the sport....
  • Doug Esh Dominates Lebanon Valley A-Main

                   Doug Esh, driving the Owens-Corning Fiberglass XXX for an injured Jac Haudenschild, started from the pole and led all 25 laps to win the World of Outlaws Sprint Car ...