C.J. Radune recaps the NASCAR Cup Series Race at Daytona RC, in which Christopher Bell nabbed his first series win.
Following a 16-car wreck and a lengthy rain delay, sixth-year driver Michael McDowell got his first series win in the Daytona 500.
Chase Elliott won the Series Finale 500 at Phoenix to take home the championship and the trophy, as the remaining top three drivers left in the championship fight finished the race second, third and fourth.
With his Xfinity 500 victory, Chase Elliott joins three other drivers in a chance to take home the NASCAR Cup series title this weekend at Phoenix Raceway.
For Kyle Busch, waiting extra days for a break in the weather was worth it, as he won the Autotrader EchoPark Automotive 500 and snapped a 33-race winless streak.
Joey Logano ends an almost season-long dry spell by holding off Kevin Harvick, winning the Hollywood Casino 400 and earning his spot in the final four spots of the championship.
Chase Elliott continues his road course mastery, as he won the Bank of American ROVAL 400, his second consecutive win on the track, which solidified his spot in the next round of the playoffs.
In what C.J. Radune describes as a chaotic and unpredictable race, Denny Hamlin barely edged out Matt DiBenedetto to win the YellaWood 500, advancing in the playoffs.
Kurt Busch won the South Point 400, his first hometown race win in 21 tries, which propels him into the group of final eight championship contenders.
Kevin Harvick won the Bass Pro Shops Night Race Saturday night, his second victory in the round of 16, which gives him a large lead going into the next round of the playoffs.
Brad Keselowski had a quick car and dominated the Federated Auto Parts 400, securing his spot in the next round of the playoffs.
Kevin Harvick won the Southern 500 at Darlington to secure his spot in the second round of the playoffs, another night race at Richmond International Raceway.
With his Coke Zero Sugar 400 victory, William Byron secured his spot in the playoffs while Jimmie Johnson was eliminated in his final full-time season.
Denny Hamlin took the victory in Saturday’s NASCAR race at Dover, and Kevin Harvick won the Dryden 311 Sunday, his seventh win of the season, which moves him to ninth on the all-time winners list.
By winning his third straight road course race, Chase Elliott has shown he’s a guru in the category, which should make him a favorite for the Charlotte road course during playoffs.
C.J. Radune describes a near perfect weekend for Kevin Harvick, who dominated to win both the FireKeepers Casino 400 and the Consumers Energy 400.
Brad Keselowski won the Foxwoods Resort Casino 301, his third win this season, after battling with Denny Hamlin throughout the race.
C.J. Radune breaks down Thursday night’s Super Start Batteries 400, where Denny Hamlin won his fifth race of the season.
Austin Dillion won the O'Reilly Auto Parts 500 and is now a contender for the championship battle.
Ryan Blaney joins a dominating Chase Elliott in the upgrade section of this week's Barometer after amassing 72 laps led and a Stage 1 victory against the sport's best in the All-Star Race.
Rookie Cole Custer won Sunday’s Quaker State 400 with an outside pass in the last lap to win his first NASCAR Cup race and enter playoff contention.
With a Denny Hamlin crash, Kevin Harvick only needed to survive overtime to grab his second Brickyard victory in a row.
In NASCAR’s first double-header weekend at Pocono, Kevin Harvick won the Pocono Organics 325 Saturday, and Denny Hamlin was victorious in Sunday’s Pocono 350.
After having led many laps this season without a win, Ryan Blaney finally got a victory at the Geico 500 after the race was postponed until Monday afternoon.
Denny Hamlin pulled away from the field in the final 30 laps of the Dixie Vodka 400 To claim victory after winning both opening stages of the race.
Martin Truex Jr. won the Blue-Emu Maximum Pain Relief 500 after taking the lead in the final stage.
Kevin Harvick won Sunday’s Folds of Honor QuikTrip 500 by a wide margin, and it was his second win of the season and his third in Atlanta.
Brad Keselowski had a little luck on his side Sunday when he was able to get ahead of race leaders Logano and Elliott after they made contact with each other in the final laps of the Super Market Hero’s 500.
C. J. Radune recaps the Alsco Uniforms 500, where Chase Elliott ended his bad luck with his first win of 2020.
Brad Keselowski and his team made the right calls at the right time Sunday night to snag the Coco-Cola 600, one of the biggest races of the year.