Author Archives for Tyler Head

  1. Harvick Continues Hot Streak in Atlanta

    Photo: Kevin C. Cox|Getty Images Kevin Harvick won Sunday’s Folds of Honor Quiktrip 500 at Atlanta Motor Speedway. It was Harvick’s 51st career win and second on the 2020 season, both of which have been since NASCAR’s return less than a month ago. Harvicking Harvick is good at Atlanta, like REALLY good. Sunday was his… Continue Reading »
  2. Allgaier Wins at Mid-Ohio

    Justin Allgaier won Saturday’s Rock-N-Roll Tequila 170 at the Mid-Ohio Sports Car Course. This was Allgaier’s third win on the season. Austin Cindric started on the pole and flexed his muscle quickly by jumping out to a strong lead. Lap 1 wouldn’t be completed under green though as Dylan Murcott ran off track into the… Continue Reading »
  3. Moffitt Wins in Photo Finish at Michigan

    Brett Moffitt won Saturday’s Corrigan Oil 200 at Michigan International Speedway. Moffitt battled Johnny Sauter down the front stretch on the final lap and beat him by half a truck length at the line. John Hunter Nemechek led the field to green but due to the drafting that comes into play at Michigan there was… Continue Reading »
  4. Buschwacking in Pocono

    One of NASCAR’s Big 3 found their way to victory lane on Sunday at Pocono Raceway in the Gander Outdoors 400, this time it was Kyle Busch. The win was Busch’s sixth on the season and 49th of his career. Daniel Suarez brought the field to green and proved he did have the speed to… Continue Reading »
  5. Bell Makes it Three in a Row

    Christopher Bell won Saturday’s U.S. Cellular 250 from Iowa Speedway. The win was Bell’s fourth on the season and third in a row, making him the first Xfinity Series regular to accomplish this since Dale Earnhardt Jr. in 1999. Elliott Sadler brought the field to green and looked strong early on. Debris from Tyler Reddick’s… Continue Reading »
  6. Busch Ties Hornaday With Pocono Win

    Kyle Busch won Saturday’s Gander Outdoors 150 in the truck series at Pocono Raceway. The win was Busch’s second on the season and 51st of his truck career which ties him first all-time with series legend Ron Hornaday Jr. Busch led the field to the green but his teammate Todd Gilliland led by the time… Continue Reading »