Chris Buescher won for the second time this season and extended his lead in the series standings to 15 points over eighth-place finisher Ty Dillon, but his winning pass of teammate and Coors Light Polesitter Darrell "Bubba" Wallace Jr. left Wallace fuming.
The victory was Reddick’s second of the season in the No. 19 Brad Keselowski Racing Ford, and in the driver’s view, it atoned for last year’s eighth-place finish, in which Reddick underestimated the physical toll high-speed racing at Dover can exact.
Source: Nicole Behar Racing Media Relations OTIS ORCHARDS, Wash. (May 27, 2015)–Throughout the current NASCAR K&N Pro Series West season Nicole Behar has unloaded her Custom Welding and Fabrication Toyota Camry at race tracks where most of her competitors have racing experience. Not so this…
Choosing Dover International Speedway as the site of his Truck Series debut suits Jesse Little just fine as the driver of The Carolina Nut Factory/PFC Tundra has had plenty of success at the Delaware facility in the past including a pole award in September’s NASCAR K&N Pro Series East event.
Defending Pro Stock world champ Erica Enders won the race from the No. 1 qualifying position and beat Mark Hogan, Jonathan Gray and Larry Morgan in earlier rounds before holding off rival Anderson, a four-time world champ and four-time Topeka winner, in the final.
By the time he crossed the finish line, Austin Dillon was 2.692 seconds ahead of Denny Hamlin, who had taken the lead during a restart on Lap 167 that saw Dillon fall back to fourth from the inside lane by the time the leaders exited Turn 2.
Source: NHRA Media Relations TOPEKA, Kan. – Second-generation driver Chad Head will race for his first career Funny Car victory Sunday at the NHRA Kansas Nationals from the No. 1 qualifying position. Antron Brown (Top Fuel) and Erica Enders (Pro Stock) also remained at the…
The Tri-Track Super Late Model Series, which makes stops at Stateline Speedway and Spokane County Raceway's Super Oval in 2015, takes its show to the region's biggest track this weekend, the .675-mile oval at Evergreen Speedway, for the running of the Mark Galloway 150.
Antron Brown (Top Fuel), Erica Enders (Pro Stock and Chad Head (Funny Car) lead all qualifiers after one round of NHRA Mello Yello Drag Racing competition at the NHRA Kansas Nationals being held at Heartland Park Topeka.
Brandon McReynolds, driving the No. 16 NAPA Auto Parts Toyota for Bill McAnally Racing, became the second West driver in 12 races to win the combination race at Iowa. He led twice for 22 laps, including the final eight. Otis Orchards, Wash. native, Nicole Behar, finished 21st in her first career start at Iowa Speedway.
The real Saturday night heroes were the crew members on Denny Hamlin’s No. 11 Toyota, who gained five spots for their driver during mandatory four-tire pits stops before the race’s final 10-lap segment.
Courtney Force picked up her biggest victory in the NHRA Mello Yello Drag Racing Series at Topeka last season when she won the 100th race by a female driver. The thrilling moment was one of many highlights during Force’s strong 2014 season and one that will certainly be on her mind when she returns to Heartland Park Topeka.
NASCAR made the decision after the driver of the No. 18 Joe Gibbs Racing Toyota received the appropriate medical clearance documentation to immediately return to NASCAR racing. To qualify for the Chase for the NASCAR Sprint Cup, Busch will need to be within the top 30 of the Championship point standings after race No. 26.