Justin Haley Running Daytona Xfinity Race for Kaulig Racing

Defending winner of the two, most recent Wawa 250 races, Justin Haley will make his return to NASCAR Xfinity Series (NXS) action with Kaulig Racing at Daytona International Speedway, as the team fields a fourth entry, the No. 14 Chevrolet. Haley, who earned his first-ever NASCAR Cup Series (NCS) win at Daytona in 2019, recorded […]

Sad News – Kenneth Johnson

Kenneth Wayne Johnson died Saturday, July 30, 2022. Wayne was larger than life in the best possible way. His early life was similar to that of so many rural kids in post-depression Missouri. Yet Wayne became a truly great person, superman in overalls (he hid the cape somewhere and we are still searching for it). […]

Commercial breakdown: 2022 FireKeepers Casino 400

Sunday‘s Cup race in Michigan began with dark, gloomy skies. Shots of the radar from around the track were ominous, and NASCAR fans heaved heavy sighs. But the rain did stop, the Titans blew things dry, and a race was held. Kevin Harvick found his lucky horseshoe, and a sweet-as-honey little girl got to ride […]

Kevin Harvick breaks 65-race drought with NASCAR Cup win at Michigan

On a blustery Sunday in the Irish Hills of Michigan, Kevin Harvick saved his season. Grabbing the lead and pulling away after a restart on Lap 166 of 200 at Michigan International Speedway, Harvick won the FireKeepeers Casino 400 by 2.903 seconds over pole winner Bubba Wallace and leap-frogged bubble-riding Martin Truex Jr. in the […]

Michigan Post-Race Inspection Complete

Inspection is complete following the FireKeepers Casino 400 NASCAR Cup Series race at Michigan International Speedway. There were no issues for #4-Kevin Harvick. He is officially the winner. The cars of #9-Elliott and #11-Hamlin will return to the NASCAR R&D Center for teardown.

Ty Gibbs Claims Fifth Xfinity Win of Season at Michigan

Taking control of the race in the final stage, Ty Gibbs sped to his NASCAR Xfinity Series-best fifth victory of the season in Saturday‘s New Holland 250 at Michigan International Speedway. The tenor of the race changed markedly near the end of the second stage when pole winner Noah Gragson opted to stay on the […]

Sad News – Neil Castle

Neil “Soapy” Castles, who enjoyed a two-decades-long career in NASCAR while doubling as a Hollywood stuntman, died Thursday. He was 87. Castles made 498 starts in what is now called the NASCAR Cup Series, netting 51 top-five finishes without a win in a career that spanned from 1957-1976. The former driver‘s passing was first reported […]