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Bell Wins Xfinity Showcase

Christopher Bell took the checkered flag in Friday night’s ToyotaCare 250 at Richmond Raceway. The win was Bell’s second career Xfinity series victory and first as a series regular. Bell emerged on top when the checkers fell but the real winner was the Xfinity series as a whole. For many years fans have been very… Continue Reading »

Monster Energy Cup

  • Truex Wins Pole at Richmond

    Martin Truex Jr. won the pole for Saturday night’s Toyota Owners 400 at Richmond Raceway. Truex ran a 21.799 in the third round of knockout qualifying to claim the pole. Full Starting Lineup for the Toyota Owners 400: 1. Martin Truex Jr 21.799 2. Chase Elliott 21.841 3. Joey Logano 21.848 4. Denny Hamlin 21.855… Continue Reading »
  • Kyle Busch Wins the Bristol Marathon

    It took over 26 hours for the checkered flag to finally fall at Bristol Motor Speedway, but when it did Kyle Busch claimed victory in the Food City 500. The win was Busch’s 45th of his career, second on the season (consecutively), and seventh at Bristol.   The green flag flew under gloomy skies on… Continue Reading »

XFINITY

  • Bell Wins Xfinity Showcase

    Christopher Bell took the checkered flag in Friday night’s ToyotaCare 250 at Richmond Raceway. The win was Bell’s second career Xfinity series victory and first as a series regular. Bell emerged on top when the checkers fell but the real winner was the Xfinity series as a whole. For many years fans have been very… Continue Reading »
  • Blaney Wins Event Filled Texas Race

    Ryan Blaney won Saturday’s My Bariatric Solutions 300 at Texas Motor Speedway in the NASCAR XFINITY Series. It was Blaney’s 7th career XFINITY Series victory and his first on 2018. This win was also the third in a row for the Penske 22 team with three different drivers.   Blaney led the field to the… Continue Reading »

Camping World

  • Cup and Truck Races Pushed to Monday

    The Cup series STP 500 and Truck series Alpha Energy Resources 250 at Martinsville Speedway have been postponed to Monday in the wake of a snowstorm that took place Saturday afternoon and night. Track officials elected to use resources to recover from the storm rather than for the race. The track property doesn’t look too… Continue Reading »

Gas and Go

  • NASCAR’s New eSports Ventures

    NASCAR’s teams are working on a sim racing venture, which comes not long after the announcement that NASCAR’s tracks are working on a separate venture to create at-track esports tournaments on race weekends. This new venture, according to the Sport’s Business Journal’s Adam Stern, who broke the story here, has been put together by the… Continue Reading »
  • Are the Glory Days of NASCAR Gone Forever?

    Remember when NASCAR was in its glory days? Every race was memorable and the drivers were larger than life? Every team was allowed to build their cars for speed and find their own edge and driver skill and talent was a treasure held in high regard. Cars or drivers didn’t have to fit some mold… Continue Reading »

Late Model/Dirt Racing

  • Jacob Wilkinson – A Dirt Racer on The Rise

    Here at Racegear.com we like to give back to the racing community, we like to do anything we can to help get our young talent out there.  This week we have Jacob Wilkinson.  An up and coming dirt racer with some amazing talent.  Read a little about Jacob, and see his pictures and video below…. Continue Reading »
  • Cruz Skinner – Wise Beyond his Years…

    Cruz Skinner – Wise Beyond his Years… Michelle Hoskin, February 9th, 2015 Michelle@racegear.com This week we are profiling another GREAT young racer, Cruz Skinner. Cruz is the driver of the No.11 Skinner Motorsports Crate Late Model Dirt Car. He has been racing since the tender age of 5, now heading to a whopping age 13,… Continue Reading »