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XFINITY Series to debut new composite body at Richmond Raceway
NASCAR XFINITY Series Managing Director, Wayne Auton, talks to NASCAR.com about its new flange-fit composite body that will debut at Richmond Raceway on September 8.
Starting Grid: Overton's 400 at Pocono Raceway
NASCAR.com's Jonathan Merryman breaks down all you need to know ahead of the Overton's 400 at Pocono Raceway .
Denny debuts the 'Flying 11' for Darlington throwback weekend
Joe Gibbs Racing driver Denny Hamlin unveils his special 'Flying 11' paint scheme he will run on throwback weekend at Darlington Raceway for the Southern 500.
Richmond Raceway to undergo $30 million renovation
Richmond Raceway announces it will be changing its name and undergoing a $30 million renovation called 'Richmond Raceway Reimagined.'
Richmond puts fans first with new 'Richmond Raceway Reimagined' project
Richmond Raceway announced on Tuesday that the track will undergo a $30 million renovation of its infield giving fans unprecedented access to their favorite drivers in a project called "Richmond Raceway Reimagined."
Dale Jr. Appreci88ion Tour: Pocono Raceway
Dale Earnhardt Jr. shares some of his most special stories from the Tricky Triangle #Appreci88ion
Free Friday to return at Darlington Raceway
Free Friday makes its return to the Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series for the second time this season. On Friday Sept. 1, 2017, fans can exchange an empty Monster Energy can for a free ticket to the action at Darlington on Friday.
Pocono Raceway adds more SAFER barrier
BUY TICKETS: See the races at Pocono Pocono Raceway officials have announced the completion of a project that has added more than 5,000 feet of Steel and Foam Energy Resistant (SAFER) barrier around the 2.5-mile track. The barrier was put in place along the 3,740-foot frontstretch as well as areas between Turns 2 and 3, according to a track release. In addition, each of the track's three crossover gates have been upgraded and now consist of SAFER materials. The upgrade comes one year after officials installed more than 6,000 feet of SAFER barrier around the track and brings the total to more than 23,000 feet for the facility. Pocono Raceway has hosted Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series races annually since 1974. The track will host two race weekends for the series this season, the Pocono 400 on June 11 and the Pennsylvania 400 on July 30. The 2.5-mile venue also hosts a NASCAR XFINITY Series race in June and a NASCAR Camping World Truck Series race as part of its July race weekend. RELATED: Pocono to hold qualifying, race on same day for July event It is the only track hosting the series that features three turns, hence the facility's "Tricky Triangle" nickname. Kurt Busch won last year's June event while Chris Buescher scored his first career win in the series second stop last August.
Keselowski's No. 2 Ford fails post-race inspection at Phoenix Raceway
RELATED: Full race results " Updated standings " Detailed breakdown Brad Keselowski's No. 2 Team Penske Ford team could face penalties this week after his Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series ride failed post-race inspection at Phoenix Raceway on Sunday night. The No. 2 failed weights and measures after Keselowski piloted it to a fifth-place finish. No other cars failed post-race tech inspection. Ryan Newman's No. 31 race-winning Chevrolet, Kyle Larson's runner-up No. 42 entry and Kevin Harvick's No. 4 Ford will all head back to NASCAR's R&D Center in Concord, North Carolina, for further routine inspection.
Take a lap around Sonoma Raceway
Denny Hamlin, driver of the No. 11 FedEx Toyota, takes you on a lap around Sonoma Raceway prior to Sunday's Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series race.