Category archives for: NASCAR

Schwarze Industries Joins Ragan At Indy


BK Racing has announced the signing of Schwarze Industries as an associate sponsor on David Ragan’s No. 23 Brandeis Camry at Indianapolis Motor Speedway.

CSLFR To Honor Childress At Darlington

Michael McDowell will pilot this No. 95 Thrivent Financial throwback paint scheme during the Darlington Raceway Sprint Cup weekend in September. (CSLFR photo)

Circle Sport/Leavine Family Racing has unveiled their throwback paint scheme for the upcoming Bojangles’ Southern 500 at Darlington Raceway.

PHOTOS: Whelen Modifieds At Loudon

Woody Pitkat tries to fend off eventual race winner Doug Coby during Saturday's NASCAR Whelen Modified Tour New England 100 at New Hampshire Motor Speedway in Loudon, N.H. (Dick Ayers photo)

Check out photos from Saturday’s NASCAR Whelen Modified Tour event at New Hampshire Motor Speedway.

CUP: New Hampshire 301

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1. Matt Kenseth
2. Tony Stewart
3. Joey Logano

Kenseth Earns Himself A Lobster Dinner

Matt Kenseth holds the ceremonial lobster after winning Sunday's New Hampshire 301 at New Hampshire Motor Speedway. (HHP/Harold Hinson Photo)

Matt Kenseth survived multiple late-race restarts before eventually pulling away to a comfortable victory in Sunday’s NASCAR Sprint Cup Series New Hampshire 301 at New Hampshire Motor Speedway.

LaJoie Ends Drought In Dominant Fashion

Corey LaJoie (41) scored his first NASCAR K&N Pro Series East victory since 2012 on Saturday at New Hampshire Motor Speedway. (HHP/Andrew Coppley Photo)

Corey LaJoie returned to victory lane in dominating style Saturday.

PHOTOS: Whelen All-Star Challenge

Woody Pitkat (85) leads Todd Szegedy during Friday's Whelen All-Star Challenge at New Hampshire Motor Speedway. (Dick Ayers Photo)

Check out photos from Friday’s NASCAR Whelen Modified Tour Whelen All-Star Challenge, held at New Hampshire Motor Speedway in Loudon, N.H.

Tagliani Bests Ranger In Canadian Battle

Alex Tagliani won Saturday's NASCAR Pinty's Series event as part of the Grand Prix of Toronto. (NASCAR Photo)

Alex Tagliani knew holding off Andrew Ranger on a green-white-checkered finish was going to be tough in the closing laps of the Pinty’s Grand Prix of Toronto – and the veteran was correct.

XFINITY: AutoLotto 200

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1. Kyle Busch
2. Erik Jones
3. Brad Keselowski

Rowdy Busch Untouchable At Magic Mile

Kyle Busch (18) held off a challenge from Erik Jones (20) to win Saturday's NASCAR XFINITY Series race at New Hampshire Motor Speedway. (Dave Moulthrop Photo)

The competition had nothing for Kyle Busch on Saturday afternoon as the driver of the No. 18 NOS Energy Toyota drove off into the sunset in a dominant performance to win the AutoLotto 200 at New Hampshire Motor Speedway.


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