1. Tifft to RCR and the Domino Effect

    By Matteo Marcheschi Not long ago, it was announced that Matt Tifft would be going to Richard Childress Racing in a surprising multi-year deal. Tifft will drive the #2 Chevy Camaro in the 2018 XFINITY Series campaign. The #2 car has historically been an all-star car, driven by Ben Kennedy, Paul Menard, and the Dillon… Continue Reading »
  2. JR Motorsports Dominates as XFINITY Series Playoffs Speed On

    By Matteo Marcheschi JR Motorsports drivers Justin Allgaier, William Byron, and Elliott Sadler currently lead the NASCAR XFINITY Series Playoff standings. Allgaier has two wins, including the regular-season finale at Chicago. Byron has three wins this season, all coming in a five-race stretch from Iowa to Indianapolis. Sadler hasn’t won this season, but has run… Continue Reading »
  3. Clements Shocks with First XFINITY Win at Road America

    By Matteo Marcheschi Jeremy Clements took the win in the Johnsonville 180 at Road America on Sunday, August 27. Clements led 10 of the race’s 45 laps after a late pit stop allowed him to catch leader Matt Tifft, passing him coming to the white flag. The two collided entering the final corner, sending both… Continue Reading »
  4. Weekend Preview: Pocono & Iowa – Blaney, Byron look for sweeps, Truck battles tighten

    By Matteo Marcheschi Cup Series Blaney Looks for Pocono Sweep Ryan Blaney captured his first career Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series victory in the Cup Series’ June event at Pocono Raceway. Now Blaney looks for the Pocono sweep, a feat accomplished by seven drivers, including Denny Hamlin (2006), Dale Earnhardt Jr. (2014), and Jimmie Johnson… Continue Reading »
  5. Weekend Recap: New Hampshire – Gibbs Finally Wins; Busch Makes Shocking Announcement

    By Matteo Marcheschi Cup Series Hamlin Breaks Several Droughts by Winning Overton’s 301 Denny Hamlin took the win in Sunday afternoon’s Overton’s 301 at New Hampshire Motor Speedway. The win is Hamlin’s 30th career victory. He hadn’t won since September of last season at Richmond. Oddly, the top three finishers of that fall race mirrors… Continue Reading »