One of the most highly anticipated races of the season has arrived. Eldora Speedway has hosted two of the most exciting NASCAR Camping World Truck Series races in history over the past two season’s. The third annual Mudsummer Classic is set to take place on Wednesday and will likely extend this streak.
Dirt track racing is one of racing’s greatest spectacles and a full day of this style of competition is ahead. Don’t miss a second of the action by following Eldora’s complete schedule.
The coverage will be led by an all-star lineup of experienced broadcasters and well-known personalities. This includes long-time NASCAR Camping World Truck Series lead announcer Rick Allen, former Hendrick Motorsports crew chief Steve Letarte, and former NASCAR Sprint Cup Series driver Jeff Burton in the booth. Read the rest of this entry
It’s a milestone week for NASCAR.
Beginning at Daytona International Speedway this weekend, NBC makes its much anticipated return to the NASCAR broadcast booth. The Fourth of July weekend events will be first races the network has broadcasted since exiting the sport in 2006. It will be the start of a ten-year partnership between NBC and NASCAR that is sure to bring outstanding coverage to the fans.
Leading up to the on-track action, NBC has scheduled a full week of programming on NBC Sports Network. In addition to the nightly NASCAR America program, the network will show two classic races each night. Fans can catch the throwback events beginning at 7 PM ET Monday through Thursday. Don’t miss your favorite by following the complete schedule.
Road course racing is all about turning right, staying on the course, and not making mistakes. For these reasons along with many others, it has become a favorite among fans over the last few years.
NASCAR heads to Sonoma Raceway this weekend for the first of two road racing events this season. There is never a shortage of action at the raceway. Throughout the event, fenders will rub and the racing will be competitive as many drivers view this event as a great opportunity to secure a spot in the Chase for the Sprint Cup.
This weekend’s events kick-off on Friday afternoon with a doubleheader of NASCAR Sprint Cup Series practice. Don’t miss a second of Sonoma’s twists and turns with this week’s track and TV schedule.
Held each year in Wilmington, Delaware, drivers will exchange their steering wheels for a golf club to support a great cause. Many of today’s top competitors will be present on May 28th and will compete for the best score rather than a trip to Victory Lane. Read the rest of this entry
As NASCAR heads home to Charlotte, North Carolina for two weeks, there is plenty of action on tap. In addition to the Sprint All-Star Race and North Carolina Education Lottery 200 at Charlotte Motor Speedway, the NASCAR XFINITY Series is out at Iowa Speedway for the 3M 250. With so many practice and qualifying sessions along with races on the schedule, fans won’t be disappointed.
Four continuous days of racing begin Thursday and you can keep track of it all with this week’s “Weekly Racing Schedule.”
It was a big week for Dale Earnhardt Jr. and Junior Nation.
Following his first Talladega Superspeedway victory in over a decade, there was plenty of celebrating by the team and fan base. In addition, the 2014 DAYTONA 500 winner opened a new Whisky River location at Charlotte-Douglas Airport – accomplishing impressive feats in both his racing and business life. Read the rest of this entry
With so many different social media accounts posting race information each weekend, it’s sometimes difficult to get the most out of your NASCAR social experience. I’ve compiled a list of Twitter, Instagram, and Snapchat accounts along with the off-track TV schedule to help you find the best social posts from Kansas Speedway. Be sure to follow these accounts and check-in throughout the weekend in order to stay up to date on everything going down at the track.
As the season races into one of motorsports’ biggest months, Kansas Speedway plays host to a Mother’s Day Weekend of competition. The revamped track surface has caused headaches for most drivers over the past three years and could again under the lights. Fans can catch the action throughout the weekend, beginning on Friday afternoon. Don’t miss a second of it with this week’s Weekly Racing Schedule.