Trackside Live: Charlotte
Ty Dillon, Kyle Busch and Daniel Hemric join NASCAR Trackside Live at Charlotte Motor Speedway.
Trackside Live: Kentucky Show 1
Brad Keselowski, Kyle Larson and Daniel Hemric join NASCAR Trackside Live in Kentucky.
GarageCam gets ready for XFINITY race at Indianapolis
Host Matthew Dillner take you around the XFINITY Series garage at Indianapolis Motor Speedway
David Ragan and Danica Patrick make contact
David Ragan and Danica Patrick make contact on the backstretch at Bristol Motor Speedway, leading to the 6th caution of the day.
Kurt Busch befriends Ozzy Osbourne, David Spade; more tweets
Editor's note: Every Friday during the season, "Tweets You Might Have Missed" presents eight of the best NASCAR-related tweets from the week. Follow @NASCAR 1. Checking out the @MonsterEnergy Car at @NASCAR a couple weekends ago while filming for #OzzyAndJack 's World Detour pic.twitter.com/68gKxZwWIr — Ozzy Osbourne (@OzzyOsbourne) May 2, 2017 2. Now that's funny. I hit you so damn hard it might skip for awhile. https://t.co/LvP8dutzLI — Jimmie Johnson (@JimmieJohnson) May 1, 2017 Ya bro, you made my CD skip. https://t.co/uW9xf1QQ5R — Dale Earnhardt Jr. (@DaleJr) May 1, 2017 3. Well, @KevinHarvick got a stern talking to by during the first #HappyHours break on @SiriusXMNASCAR . He said "Oh my God." #notallowed — DeLana Harvick (@DeLanaHarvick) May 2, 2017 4. What-up @DavidSpade ! Come to a race and we'll make it right. https://t.co/Y1M5Y54sAt — Kurt Busch (@KurtBusch) May 1, 2017 Shitty pic of me and nascar champ @KurtBusch not worth posting pic.twitter.com/icuec7jV3V — David Spade (@DavidSpade) May 1, 2017 5. Same, but we prefer @roushyates https://t.co/l74njqj4TC — Roush Fenway Racing (@roushfenway) May 3, 2017 When you think of a superspeedway, what comes to mind? For us, it's engines. pic.twitter.com/EHockaCQud — Hendrick Motorsports (@TeamHendrick) May 3, 2017 6. My last visit to the @WhiteHouse after winning the 2014 #NASCAR championship. #HappyHours pic.twitter.com/Qai6QpsEUC — Kevin Harvick (@KevinHarvick) May 3, 2017 7. Had an amazing day yesterday picking up a history race car my hero @AJFoytRacing drove. Jerry Nemire was willing to sell it to me pic.twitter.com/dWkbSjaGRy — Tony Stewart (@TonyStewart) May 2, 2017 8. Testing day with @brextonbusch teaching him on the same go cart Tom taught me on. pic.twitter.com/In1PgZ9YbO — Kyle Busch (@KyleBusch) May 1, 2017
Ray Black Jr. spins, collected by David Starr
Ray Black Jr. loses control of his No. 07 and then receives heavy damage following contact with David Starr's No. 99.
Dale\'s throwback: 1998-99 XFINITY Series championship car
See the No. 3 ACDelco car Dale Earnhardt Jr. drove during championship seasons in 1998 and \'99 that was the inspiration for his 2017 Darlington throwback.
Trackside Live: Dale Jr., Bowyer, Austin, Blaney cut loose with Marcus Smith
Check out New Hampshire Motor Speedway's first NASCAR Trackside Live show featuring Dale Earnhardt Jr. Clint Bowyer, Ryan Blaney and Austin Dillon.
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.
David Gilliland tweets about uncertain future
Veteran driver David Gilliland took to Twitter on Thursday night to reveal that his 2016 NASCAR Sprint Cup Series plans are uncertain at the moment. Not really sure what's gonna happen next year. @Team_FRM has been great to me. I wish them nothing but the best. — David Gilliland (@DavidGilliland) December 11, 2015 Hopefully we can put something together! #timewilltell — David Gilliland (@DavidGilliland) December 11, 2015 On Thursday, Roush Fenway Racing and Front Row Motorsports announced that newly crowned NASCAR XFINITY Series champion Chris Buescher would drive the No. 34 Ford in the Sprint Cup Series for Front Row under an enhanced technical alliance between the two organizations. The agreement would see Roush provide engineering, equipment and driver support as well as full engineering and pit support. The joint release also noted that plans for Front Row Motorsports ' second Sprint Cup Series entry would be announced at a later date. Gilliland has driven for team owner Bob Jenkins for the past six seasons. The 2015 campaign saw Gilliland make all 36 starts in the No. 38 Ford and finish 32nd in the point standings. The 39-year-old's best finish thus far with Front Row was a runner-up showing in the spring 2013 race at Talladega Superspeedway . That race was won by David Ragan and is the only win Front Row has recorded in the race team's history. In 2014, Gilliland also won the pole for summer race at Daytona International Speedway . In 330 career Cup starts, Gilliland has four top fives, eight top 10s and three poles.
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