Post-Race Reactions: Lucas Deep Clean 200
Johnny Sauter and others comment on their runs in the Music City.
Race Rewind: Sonoma in 15
From Martin Truex Jr. winning another stage, and Jimmie Johnson winning his first stage of the year to Kevin Harvick finally getting his first win of the 2017 season, you can see it all in this week's Race Rewind.
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.
Lucas Oil 200 lineup
Kyle Busch will lead off the start of the Lucas Oil 200 at Dover
Final Laps: Lucas Oil 200
Kyle Busch holds off Matt Crafton to win the Lucas Oil 200 at Dover International Speedway.
Post-Race Reactions: Lucas Oil 200
Hear from Matt Crafton, Ryan Blaney, Darrell Wallace Jr., Brendan Gaughan, and Jeb Burton after the Lucas Oil 200 at Dover International Speedway.
France: Young drivers give NASCAR deep talent pool
RELATED: France family makes special hospital visit RICHMOND, Va. -- NASCAR Chairman and CEO Brian France said Sunday that NASCAR is in a state of transition within its deep , talented driver pool, drumming up support for incoming young talent in NASCAR's national ranks. France's remarks came during an impromptu media session at Richmond International Raceway about an hour before Sunday's Toyota Owners 400. France acknowledged the new wave of drivers' growing connection to the sport's fans will not be an overnight process, but that being steadfast when it comes to on-track performance should help their names resonate. "The good news is, and you guys have seen it in the talent pool that's coming, and it is deep , so we're excited about that," France said, mentioning the moments enjoyed already by Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series points leader Kyle Larson, age 24. "I think the big thing is -- and I always tell them this -- they've got to compete at a high level. They can't be humble about that. They can't be humble as they race out there with veteran stars who they looked up to. They can't be humble to say 'I'm happy to be here.' They're here for a reason. They're very, very good." France's Q&A came five days after Dale Earnhardt Jr., the sport's Most Popular Driver, announced that the 2017 season would be his last in the Monster Energy Series . France paid tribute to Earnhardt in his opening remarks, saluting both his driving career and his efforts to improve the sport with his collaborative spirit. PHOTOS: Dale Jr. through the years "He's meant a lot to this sport in many ways, on and off the track -- not just his popularity, but carrying on the Earnhardt name in such a good way," France said. "He was always competitive on the track, always raced at a high level, and always worked with NASCAR to make the sport better, just like his father did." France also discussed the impact of Monster Energy as the premier series' entitlement sponsor, a partnership announced five months ago. Since the two sides joined forces, France said Monster Energy has played a key role in trying to introduce the sport to a new, younger demographic. "I'd say in one word -- great," France said. "I think that they are bringing what we hoped they would bring, that sort of youthful, kind of edgy … they do it in entertainment, if you were out in California, with a massive crowd interacting with our fan base. And then digitally, socially, they're one of the leading companies in the country in how to manage that new frontier."
Lucas Oil 150 gets new start time at Phoenix
RELATED: Buy tickets for Phoenix " Truck Series Chase Grid Phoenix Raceway announced today that the Lucas Oil 150 NASCAR Camping World Truck Series semi-final race on Friday, Nov. 11 will begin at 8 p.m. MT(10 p.m. ET) , with gates now set to open at 9:30 a.m. MT (11:30 a.m. ET). NASCAR veteran Matt Crafton and 2015 Lucas Oil 150 winner Timothy Peters will take on series wins- leader William Byron and the rest of the Chase contenders to compete for the final four spots in the championship race. Kicking off the weekend at PIR, the race will take place under the lights and will be the first semi-final race for the series championship, as NASCAR recently expanded the Chase format to the Camping World Truck Series for the 2016 season. Friday will be full of racing action as all three NASCAR premier series will be on track, including NASCAR XFINITY Series practice followed by NASCAR Sprint Cup Series qualifying. Also, fans in attendance for the Lucas Oil 150 at Phoenix Raceway will have the opportunity to meet the stars of the NASCAR Camping World Truck Series during a free autograph session. The event will be held on the Fan Midway following NASCAR Camping World Truck Series final practice and will be open to anyone with a grandstand ticket. The first 125 fans in line at the designated location between Gate 4 and Corporate Village will receive a wristband to participate. The NASCAR Camping World Truck Series Lucas Oil 150 will air on FS1 at 8 p.m. MT (10 p.m. ET). Tickets for the upcoming NASCAR race weekend start at just $35. Individual tickets and season tickets are available online at PhoenixRaceway.com, by phone at 1-866-408-RACE (7223) or in person at the PIR ticket office.
Larson, Bowyer come together under caution
Kyle Larson and Clint Bowyer get together as Larson attempts to clean his tires, forcing Bowyer to scrape the wall at Pocono.
All Access: How the Wood Brothers won with radio issues
Dive deep into team communication between Ryan Blaney and his No. 21 Wood Brothers racing team as they win their 99th race in the Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series.
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