Kevin Harvick, Martin Truex Jr., Clint Bowyer and last week’s winner Kyle Busch have outright dominated the first half of the NASCAR season. Through 17 races, they’ve combined to win 15 of them while collecting a whopping 75 percent of all playoff points.
The 2018 NASCAR season began with a new model in Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series Victory Lane. After a last-lap battle, Austin Dillonpushed the new Chevrolet Camaro ZL1 to the front in February's Daytona 500, a fairy-tale debut for the sports car in NASCAR's Super Bowl.
One year after Ryan Blaney's breakthrough Pocono win, perhaps NASCAR's brightest new young talent returns to the track stuck on that single victory. Rival Chase Elliott still hasn't visited Victory Lane after 90 career Cup Series starts. And best friend Bubba Wallace?
Last May at Dover seemed like business as usual for Jimmie Johnson. A top-five run most of the day turned victorious on a restart in NASCAR Overtime cut short by a crash on the backstretch. Two good turns negated a dominant performance by Kyle Larson and put the No. 48 in Victory Lane for the third time in 13 races.
NASCAR heads to Dover International Speedway this weekend for the AAA 400 Drive for Autism. The high-banked concrete track, known as the Monster Mile poses a unique set of challenges for the Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series.
It was only a matter of minutes at Martinsville Speedway. But as the laps clicked down, Chase Elliott’scareer timeline hit a roller-coaster ride from dream to disaster. For a split second, he was Chase-ing his first Cup Series win, a Championship 4 appearance and a surge in national attention and popularity.
Dale Earnhardt Jr. is winding down a difficult final season as NASCAR's Most Popular Driver. He’s had a miserable year on-track, failing to make the postseason while earning just one top-5 finish in 30 starts.