1. Hemric Fastest in XFINITY Happy Hour at Fontana

    Daniel Hemric paced final practice for the NASCAR XFINITY Series Roseanne 300 at Auto Club Speedway. Hemric ran a lap in 40.262 seconds, with an average speed of 178.829 MPH. Joey Logano and John Hunter Nemechek each trailed him by about a tenth of a second. Early on in the session, Brandon Jones spun, bringing… Continue Reading »
  2. Bell Paces First XFINITY Practice at Auto Club

    Christopher Bell led the 50-minute first practice for the XFINITY Series Roseanne 300 at Auto Club Speedway in Fontana, California. Bell ran a 40.299 second lap at an average speed of 178.664 MPH. Bell was followed by Cup regulars Joey Logano and Austin Dillon. Tommy Joe Martins, Ross Chastain, JJ Yeley, BJ McLeod, and Stephen… Continue Reading »
  3. Keselowski Wins Rain-Plagued Race at Phoenix

    Brad Keselowski won the DC Solar 200 at ISM Raceway after leading 63 laps. It’s his 37th career XFINITY Series win and his second at Phoenix in his first XFINITY race of 2018. The race included four cautions and two red flags, both for rain. The red flags totaled about two hours. Before the race… Continue Reading »
  4. Allgaier Wins XFINITY Series Pole at Phoenix

    Justin Allgaier won the pole for the XFINITY Series DC Solar 200 at ISM Raceway. He ran a lap around the circuit in 26.896 seconds (133.849 MPH). It’s his sixth career XFINITY series pole, and his first at Phoenix. Cup regular Brad Keselowski will start beside Allgaier in the race. With less than three minutes… Continue Reading »
  5. Larson Destroys Field in XFINITY Race at Vegas

    Kyle Larson won the NASCAR XFINITY Series Boyd Gaming 300 at Las Vegas Motor Speedway. It’s Larson’s ninth win in the XFINITY Series, and his first at Las Vegas. Larson won stage two and led 137 laps en route to the victory. Pole winner Christopher Bell started alongside Kyle Larson, and Larson jumped to an… Continue Reading »
  6. Harvick Sweeps Stages, Dominates XFINITY Race at Atlanta

    Kevin Harvick won the NASCAR XFINITY Series Rinnai 250 at Atlanta Motor Speedway, sweeping all three stages. It’s Harvick’s fifth XFINITY Series win at Atlanta, and his seventh NASCAR win at the Georgia track. Harvick now has 47 career XFINITY Series wins, and approaches Mark Martin’s 49 series wins. Martin is second in all-time XFINITY… Continue Reading »
  7. Tyler Reddick Wins Record-Breaking Daytona XFINITY Series Race

    Tyler Reddick stole the victory in the NASCAR XFINITY Series Powershares QQQ 300 at the Daytona International Speedway. It’s his second XFINITY Series win, and his first for JR Motorsports, in his first race with the team. The race featured a record-breaking twelve caution flags, including five overtime attempts. The first stage featured one caution,… Continue Reading »
  8. NASCAR Needs to Cut Costs. Now.

    One of the most concerning aspects of NASCAR as a sport its monetary situation. Money has been short for many teams, leading to a lack of competition at times, as well as an influx of pay-to-play drivers, especially in the lower series. Now even Miller-Coors is moving away from the sport, decreasing its appearances on… Continue Reading »
  9. The XFINITY Series Tossup at Homestead

    The XFINITY Series is ready to finish out its season in style Saturday as they head to Homestead-Miami Speedway for the Ford Ecoboost 300. Elliott Sadler, William Byron, Justin Allgaier, and Daniel Hemric make up the Championship Four, and all of them have a chance to capture the championship. Elliott Sadler has led the XFINITY… Continue Reading »