As the season heads into the summer months, the news cycle picks up. Following Talladega Superspeedway, it was another busy week of news. Catch up on all the major headlines and stories with this week’s edition of Storyline Notebook.
A new feature to Turn 4 Racing News in 2015, “Storyline Notebook” will be the place to catch up on all the NASCAR news from the week throughout the season. The weekly infograph will be short and concise, while still updating fans on all the major happenings. Find it easily on twitter using the hashtag #StorylineNotebook.
The 2015 Charlotte Motor Speedway Media Tour brought a lot of announcements. This week’s notebook features all the major stories, and news that you should be aware of as the season starts back up. Continue reading “Storyline Notebook: #CMSMediaTour”
In one of the most bizarre NASCAR Nationwide Series races of the season, Brendan Gaughan battled back from not one but three mistakes to claim victory.
Without the help of a late caution, he didn’t have a shot at the win unless Alex Tagliani ran out of fuel. Under the yellow-flag, Tagliani did run out. That would have handed Gaughan the easy win had it been under green. Instead, he had to work for the glory on the final restart when the exuberant Chase Elliott gave him a run for his money. Continue reading “Gaughan Survives Wild and Wet Road America for First Career Nationwide Series Victory”
Daytona must be getting closer as Monday was filled with news concerning the quickly approaching NASCAR season. From a deadly duo ready to battle for the Nationwide Series’ Owner’s Championship to a retired driver set to take some laps at Daytona, the day in news never let up. Continue reading “Recap of ‘Monday Madness’ in NASCAR”
NASCAR’s 2013 season finale has arrived. A season full of battles, shocking storylines, and ramped-up passion will conclude this weekend. Three new champions will rise as their performances throughout the season have put them in position to claim the ultimate prize: a NASCAR championship. Continue reading “Trackside Duo: Champion’s Edition”
Kyle Busch demonstrated why he has visited victory lane 12 times in the Nationwide Series Saturday afternoon at Phoenix. Domination. Busch had little competition throughout the afternoon which allowed him to abolish the rest of the field in route to victory. Busch also closed in on Penske Racing’s No.22 team in the owners point standings with one race remaining. Continue reading “Domination in the Desert”
Once again during Saturday afternoon’s Nationwide Series race at Texas, it was the No.22 car in victory lane. One of the most dominating seasons continues for the Penske Racing entry. This victory was the No.22 car’s twelfth on the year and Keselowski’s sixth. The owner’s championship is very much within reach for this team and this race solidified that. Continue reading “Keselowski Takes the Checkers in Texas Nationwide Race”