Leaders spin while battling at Bristol
Kurt Busch and Brad Keselowski get together while battling for the lead, several drivers involved in the aftermath.
Sherry Pollex announces she's a two-year cancer survivor
RELATED: Truex, Pollex shed tears of joy after huge Charlotte win Sherry Pollex announced Monday evening that she's reached the two-year mark in her recovery from ovarian cancer. Today I'm officially a 2 year cancer survivor. This was my view today at lunch. I'm feeling so blessed. pic.twitter.com/GmQu1Kikab — Sherry Pollex (@SherryPollex) August 15, 2016 @SherryPollex Best tweet I've seen all day. You rock. — Mike Davis (@MikeDavis88) August 16, 2016 Heck yeah! Congrats from all your friends up here @poconoraceway https://t.co/KrYEAGNUdq — Brandon Igdalsky (@bigdalsky) August 16, 2016 Pollex and longtime boyfriend Martin Truex Jr . were the focus of one of the best moments of the 2016 in May, when the duo shared an emotional Victory Lane at Charlotte Motor Speedway after the Sprint Cup Series driver walloped the Coca-Cola 600 field, leading 392 of 400 laps for the win. MORE: Truex, Pollex host 'Catwalk for a Cause' for seventh year
GarageCam is ready to rumble in 'The Last Great Colosseum'
Host Matthew Dillner strolls through the NASCAR Sprint Cup Series garage at Bristol Motor Speedway to talk about the challenges of 'The Last Great Colosseum'.
Dillon weaves through chaos
Ty Dillon makes veteran-like moves to stay out of a big crash late.
NXS GarageCam with a twist, here at Watkins Glen
Host Matthew Dillner takes a different approach this week as he guides you around the NASCAR XFINITY Series garage at Watkins Glen International.
No. 21 Darlington throwback a tribute to David Pearson
The Wood Brothers unveil their throwback paint scheme for Ryan Blaney at Darlington Raceway, honoring David Pearson's 1976 season where he won the Daytona 500, World 600 and Southern 500 that season.
Cope okay after strange explosion
The No. 70 of Derrike Cope had a strange explosion during the Zippo 200 at Watkins Glen International. Cope was checked and released from NASCAR's care center after the incident.
Race Rewind: Watkins Glen in 15
Relive all of the highlights and key moments of the Cheez-It 355 at the Glen as Denny Hamlin earned his second win of the season and his first ever road-course victory at Watkins Glen International.
NXS GarageCam fit for a King
GarageCam host Matthew Dillner gives you a tour of the NASCAR XFINITY Series garage, catches up with some drivers and gets Richard Petty's thoughts on the 2016 low-downforce package that will be run at Las Vegas Motor Speedway.
Benny Phillips named sixth Squier-Hall award winner
DAYTONA BEACH, Fla. (July 2, 2016) – NASCAR and the NASCAR Hall of Fame today announced longtime High Point (N.C.) Enterprise reporter and sports editor Benny Phillips as the sixth recipient of the Squier-Hall Award for NASCAR Media Excellence. Phillips spent 48 years with the Enterprise, serving as its sports editor for 32 of them. He will be honored during NASCAR Hall of Fame Induction Ceremony festivities on Jan. 20, 2017 and featured in an exhibit in the NASCAR Hall of Fame in Charlotte, North Carolina. In addition to his time at the Enterprise, Phillips wrote for Stock Car Racing magazine for 27 years and spent 12 years with TBS. The prestigious Squier-Hall Award is the latest in a long list of accolades bestowed upon Phillips during, and after, his exemplary career. Phillips was named the NMPA Writer of the Year seven times, won the NMPA Joe Littlejohn Award in 1977, the IMHOF Henry T. McLemore Award in 1978, the Buddy Shuman Award in 1986 and the NMPA George Cunningham Award in 1988. Phillips, who battled polio throughout his life, died in 2012 at the age of 74. "Benny Phillips told the engaging stories that transformed our drivers into heroes, and with it developed a deserved reputation as a trusted confidant whose determination and affable personality made him a beloved fixture in the NASCAR garage," said Brian France, NASCAR chairman and CEO. "Benny delivered the stories of our sport to millions of NASCAR fans on a daily basis through newspapers, books, magazines and television. This award has been given only to the giants of his industry, and unquestionably, Benny was exactly that." Phillips penned four books, including Dale Earnhardt’s autobiography "Determined," which he co-authored with fellow NASCAR reporter Ben Blake. Phillips was among eight nominees voted upon by a panel comprised of NASCAR and NASCAR Hall of Fame executives, journalists, public relations representatives and former competitors. The Squier-Hall Award was created in 2012 to honor the contributions of media to the success of the sport. Legendary broadcasters Ken Squier and Barney Hall, for whom the award is named, were its initial recipients. Chris Economaki, Tom Higgins and Steve Byrnes have since won the award. The other seven nominees were: Norma " Dusty " Brandel: The first woman to report from inside the NASCAR garage. Russ Catlin: One of the best-known early racing writers and historians, served as editor of "Speed Age" magazine. Shav Glick: Covered motorsports for the Los Angeles Times for 37 years, bringing NASCAR coverage to the West Coast. Bob Jenkins: Served as the lead NASCAR lap-by-lap anchor at ESPN from 1982-2000. Bob Moore: Spent more than 20 years as a NASCAR beat writer including stints with the Daytona Beach News-Journal and The Charlotte Observer. T. Taylor Warren: Best known for his three-wide photo of the 1959 Daytona 500 finish, he covered every Daytona 500 until his death in 2008. Steve Waid: Covered NASCAR for more than 40 years for the Roanoke Times & World News, NASCAR Scene and NASCAR Illustrated.