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Bell Shines in Kentucky

Christopher Bell won Friday night’s Alsco 300 at Kentucky Speedway despite starting last after a spin in qualifying. This was Bell’s second win of the season and third of his career.   The first half of the race seemed to suggest it would be an all too familiar Kyle Busch dominate win. Busch took the… Continue Reading »

Monster Energy Cup

  • Rhodes Wins Big at Home Race

    Kentucky native Ben Rhodes won the Buckle Up in Your Truck 225 at Kentucky Speedway on Thursday night. The win was Rhodes’ first of the season and second of his career. Noah Gragson brought the field to the green flag and disaster didn’t wait long to strike as John Hunter Nemechek tangled with Tyler Matthews… Continue Reading »
  • Jones Grabs First Win in Wild Daytona Race

    Erik Jones won his first career Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series race on Saturday night in the Coke Zero Sugar 400 at Daytona International Speedway. Jones is the seventh different winner this season.   Chase Elliott led the field to the green and was in good company early on with teammates Alex Bowman and Jimmie… Continue Reading »

XFINITY

  • Bell Shines in Kentucky

    Christopher Bell won Friday night’s Alsco 300 at Kentucky Speedway despite starting last after a spin in qualifying. This was Bell’s second win of the season and third of his career.   The first half of the race seemed to suggest it would be an all too familiar Kyle Busch dominate win. Busch took the… Continue Reading »
  • Larson Wins Scorcher in Chicago

    Kyle Larson claimed victory in Saturday’s Overtons 300 in the Xfinity Series at Chicagoland Speedway. The story of the race revolved around the heat as the outside temperature was in the 90’s and driver cockpits were in the 150’s. Pole sitter Larson was forced to start at the rear due to a flat tire after… Continue Reading »

Camping World

  • Moffitt Continues to Impress with Chicagoland win

    Brett Moffitt won the Overtons 225 at Chicagoland Speedway on Friday night. This was Moffitt’s third win of the season and the team was unsure if they’d even make it to Chicagoland to race due to lack of sponsorship. Noah Gragson brought the field to the green flag, but the pole sitter never established a… Continue Reading »
  • Moffitt Shines at Home in Iowa

    Brett Moffitt won Saturday night’s M&Ms 200 at Iowa Speedway. Moffitt, who is from Grimes, Iowa, now has two wins on the season which is second to Johnny Sauter who has four. 17-year-old Harrison Burton led the field to the green flag and quickly rocketed his 51 Tundra away from the field. Burton’s teammate Todd… 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 »