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NASCAR Cup Series

Kyle Busch and Denny Hamlin race
Hampton, Georgia - July 11, 2021 : NASCAR CUP SERIES
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Coca-Cola 600

Sunday, May 26th at 6:00pm ET

Charlotte Motor Speedway, Concord, NC

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Joey Logano celebrates with the one million dollar check
North Wilkesboro, North Carolina - May 19, 2024 : Joey Logano, driver of the #22 Shell Pennzoil Ford, celebrates with the one million dollar check in victory lane after winning the NASCAR Cup Series All-Star Race at North Wilkesboro Speedway.
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All-Star Race

Sunday, May 19th at 8:00pm ET

North Wilkesboro Speedway, North Wilkesboro, NC

  • Race Recap

    • Sunday, May 19th, 2024
    • NASCAR Wire Service - Reid Spencer
    Joey Logano dominates fiery NASCAR All-Star Race at North Wilkesboro

    It was a study in domination and impeccable strategy.

    Leading a NASCAR All-Star Race record 199 of 200 laps, pole winner Joey Logano kept Denny Hamlin and peripatetic Kyle Larson at bay on Sunday night in winning the 40thrunning of the event and collecting the $1-million top prize.

    Running the entire race on softer option tires—and eschewing the more durable prime tires at repaved and revitalized North Wilkesboro Speedway—Logano beat runner-up Hamlin to the finish line by 0.636 seconds, with Chris Buescher passing Larson for third place on the next-to-last lap.

    The All-Star Race victory was the second for Logano and the fifth for Team Penske, which also won with Kurt Busch (2010), Ryan Newman (2002) and Ryan Blaney (2022).

    “A lot of fun when you’ve got a car this fast,” said Logano, who is winless in 13 NASCAR Cup Series points events this season.“The Shell/Pennzoil Mustang, it’s just so great to get in Victory Lane.

    “All of our sponsors and everyone who stuck with us to get a win, it feels nice.It’s been a while.I wish it was for points, but a million bucks is still a lot of money, and I feel great about that.”

    Though Logano spent the race at the front of the field, Larson drew his share of attention, too, as he shuttled between 2.5-mile Indianapolis Motor Speedway and the historic 0.625-mile short track.

    After qualifying fifth for next Sunday’s Indianapolis 500—the first leg of a planned double with the Coca-Cola 600 next Sunday at Charlotte Motor Speedway—Larson left Indy on a helicopter at 5:44 p.m.

    After transferring to a private jet registered to HMS Holdings and arriving at Wilkes County Airport, Larson took a helicopter to nearby North Wilkesboro Speedway and landed on the track property at 7:15 p.m.—to loud applause from fans in the grandstands.

    Larson started from the rear of the field because of a driver change, given that Kevin Harvick had qualified the No. 5 Chevrolet while Larson was at Indy.

    During a planned caution at Lap 151, Larson pitted for option tires that had spent only one green-flag lap on his car and charged through the field from 10that the restart to challenge Hamlin for the runner-up spot before fading in the closing laps.

    Larson ran out of steam, and Hamlin was frustrated by his inability to make a move on the race winner.

    “I needed more of an advantage to pass, for sure,” Hamlin said. “I would run to him, and then you couldn’t pass. I would lose a little bit of air there, and I would try to give my car a break and then run to him again—just have to be so much faster to get around.

    “Hats off to the track, NASCAR and Goodyear for giving (two tire choices) a try. Hopefully, we learned something here for future short tracks.”

    The fireworks started early on Sunday. Ricky Stenhouse Jr. went up the middle to create a three-wide scenario mid-pack and angered Kyle Busch on the outside when the cars collided. Busch retaliated on Lap 2 and turned Stenhouse’s Chevrolet into the outside wall, eliminating Stenhouse from the race.

    Stenhouse drove his damaged car to pit road, parked it in Busch’s stall and expressed his displeasure to Busch’s crew chief, Randall Burnett. After the race, Stenhouse vented his pent-up rage in a brief fistfight with Busch, which also involved crews from the two teams.

    “At least we had an exciting fight in the end—something to talk about,” said Hamlin, always the curmudgeon.

    Under the caution for Stenhouse’s wreck, five drivers—Logano, Tyler Reddick, Brad Keselowski, Buescher and Blaney—stayed on the track on the softer option tires, while the rest of the field came to pit road and switched to the prime tires.

    Preserving track position proved to be the winning move for the No. 22 Team Penske Ford. When crew chief Paul Wolfe saw the car’s performance on the option tires, he chose not to change to primes at the 100-lap halfway break.

    “Well, we did the first 100, so why wouldn’t it last the second 100?” agreed Logano.“That was our thought, so it was definitely an aggressive strategy, but it worked out good.”

    Blaney came home fifth, followed by Bubba Wallace, Ross Chastain, Chase Elliott, Michael McDowell and Busch.

    Toyota drivers Ty Gibbs and Wallace transferred into the main event by finishing first and second, respectively, in the 100-lap NASCAR All-Star Open.

    For Gibbs, the victory was a cakewalk. Starting from the pole, the driver of the No. 54 Joe Gibbs Racing Camry led every lap and crossed the finish line 1.572 seconds ahead of Wallace, who had to hold off charging Josh Berry and Justin Haley to secure his spot in the show.

    Berry was third in the Open, less than a half-second behind Wallace, with Haley trailing in fourth. Berry’s Stewart-Haas Racing teammate, Noah Gragson, finished fifth but transferred into the All-Star Race by winning the Fan Vote.

    “I can’t say enough about the fans,” Gragson said after learning he had been voted into the race.“They’re bad-ass.They keep us motivated each and every weekend to come out and do our jobs.

    “When times aren’t great, the fans always pump us up and we feed off their energy.I appreciate everybody’s support and we’ve got 200 laps to go chase a million bucks.”

    The chase came up short. Gragson started at the back of the 20-car field and finished 11th.

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Xfinity Series

NASCAR Xfinity Series

 Justin Allgaier leads the field to the green flag
Concord, North Carolina - May 28, 2023 : Charlotte Motor Speedway - Concord,North Carolina
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BetMGM 300

Saturday, May 25th at 1:00pm ET

Charlotte Motor Speedway, Concord, NC

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 Justin Allgaier celebrates in victory lane
Darlington, South Carolina - May 11, 2024 : Justin Allgaier, driver of the #7 BRANDT Heritage Chevrolet, celebrates in victory lane after winning the NASCAR Xfinity Series Crown Royal Purple Bag Project 200 at Darlington Raceway.
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Crown Royal Purple Bag Project 200

Saturday, May 11th at 1:30pm ET

Darlington Raceway, Darlington, SC

  • Race Recap

    • Saturday, May 11th, 2024
    • NASCAR Wire Service - Reid Spencer
    Justin Allgaier finishes off dominating NASCAR Xfinity win at Darlington

    Justin Allgaier finally beat Murphy’s Law to the checkered flag in Saturday’s Crown Royal Purple Bag Project 200 at Darlington Raceway.

    This time, there were no bizarre circumstances to keep the driver of the No. 7 JR Motorsports Chevrolet out of Victory lane, like the late cut tire that deprived Allgaier of a near-certain win at Phoenix in the fourth race of the season.

    After crossing the finish line 3.407 seconds ahead of runner-up Austin Hill, Allgaier had his first victory of the season, his third at the Lady in Black and the 24th of his career, tying him with his car owner, Dale Earnhardt Jr., for 10th most in NASCAR Xfinity Series history.

    Allgaier, 37, also leaves Darlington as the career leader in top-10 finishes in the series with 267, having broken a tie with Kyle Busch in that statistical category.

    “I just wanted (spotter) Eddie (D’Hondt) call ‘White flag,’” said Allgaier, who had led laps in seven of 10 events this season without winning. “We’ve had such a heck of a year. We’ve led a ton of laps, and we haven’t been able to do it…

    “I think having a little gray hair today helped me out, though. Those long green-flag runs, and being able to know what’s worked in the past here… I didn’t know if the day would come when I’d be able to match Dale Jr. Not only is he a great boss but a really good mentor.

    “To come here and be able to tie him, to be able to take over the all-time top 10s, man, there’s nothing better.”

    Hill, who led six laps to Allgaier’s 119 of 147, blamed himself for not being able to challenge his fellow Chevrolet driver for the victory.

    “I just couldn’t get into Turn 1 on restarts like I really needed to all day,” said the driver of the No. 21 Richard Childress Racing Camaro. “It was just me. I’ve just got to figure out what to do differently getting into Turn 1.

    “I did really good with my launches. That’s something that I struggled with here where I’d buzz the tires late in the zone. Didn’t do that all day—I felt pretty good about my restarts—but I would get down into (Turn) 1 and I’d get tight…

    “More than anything, I’ve just got to do a better job inside the race car. I thought we were just as good as the 7 all day. Congrats to those guys. We were just that little bit off today, and I think most of it was me.”

    Polesitter Cole Custer recovered from a disastrous pit stop under an early competition caution to finish third, followed by Sam Mayer and Aric Almirola.

    “Every time I get in this car, I plan to win and expect to win,” Almirola said. “Fifth is great, but I want to win—but Justin was so fast.”

    Parker Kligerman, Riley Herbst, Sunoco rookie Jesse Love, Sheldon Creed and Brandon Jones completed the top 10. Rookie Shane van Gisbergen finished 15th in his first Darlington start. Carson Kvapil was 19th in his third race in the series and his first at Darlington.

    Hill took the series lead by three points over Custer in second.

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NASCAR Truck Series

Ben Rhodes leads the field
Martinsville, Virginia - April 7, 2022 : NASCAR TRUCK SERIES
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NC Education Lottery 200

Friday, May 24th at 8:30pm ET

Charlotte Motor Speedway, Concord, NC

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Corey Heim celebrates in victory lane
North Wilkesboro, North Carolina - May 19, 2024 : Corey Heim, driver of the #11 Safelite Toyota, celebrates in victory lane after winning the NASCAR Craftsman Truck Series Wright Brand 250 at North Wilkesboro Speedway.
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Wright Brand 250

Saturday, May 18th at 1:30pm ET

North Wilkesboro Speedway, North Wilkesboro, NC

  • Race Recap

    • Sunday, May 19th, 2024
    • NASCAR Wire Service - Reid Spencer
    Corey Heim dominates rain-delayed NASCAR Truck race at North Wilkesboro

    Corey Heim dominated Saturday’s weather-delayed Wright Brand 250 at North Wilkesboro Speedway, but the driver of the No. 11 TRICON Garage Toyota had to share the spotlight with his teammate, Brenden “Butterbean” Queen, who finished fourth in his NASCAR CRAFTSMAN Truck Series debut.

    Heim grabbed the lead from Jake Garcia after a restart on Lap 186 of 250 and held it the rest of the way to win for the third time this season, the first time at North Wilkesboro and the eighth time in his career.

    Crossing the finish line 2.474 seconds ahead of runner-up Grant Enfinger, Heim trimmed the series lead of sixth-place finisher Christian Eckes to four points in a race that was halted on Saturday by extreme weather after 81 laps and resumed on Sunday after a red-flag period of 21 hours, six minutes, 14 seconds.

    When five inches of rain fell during a 90-minute stretch on Saturday, Heim’s truck was all but submerged at the legendary short track, which experienced drainage issues during the deluge.

    “Of course, we hoped for no water damage,” Heim said. “The truck was submerged in almost three feet of water—we picked probably the worst pit box in that scenario, but obviously you can never really intend on something like that happening.

    “I’ve never seen so much rain come down in an hour in my life. That was crazy, but eventually we were able to wipe it down and make sure there was no damage, and I was able to recover from that, for sure.”

    Layne Riggs came home third, holding off Queen in the late going, but Queen enjoyed the raucous support of “Bean Nation” as soon as he climbed from his No. 1 Toyota. To finish fourth, Queen had to overcome a pit road speeding penalty incurred under caution on Lap 118.

    “Oh, man, I can’t believe it,” said Queen, who restarted 26th on Lap 124 and worked his way back through the field. “We got that speeding penalty. I thought I was conservative on the lights, and it just got us—rookie mistake.

    “But I told the team I was going to get ‘em back in position, and we did.”

    The season-best second-place finish was a welcome result for Enfinger, who leaves the 0.625-mile short track eighth in the series standings, 170 points behind Eckes.

    “We haven’t been performing to our ability or our standards,” said Enfinger. “I feel like last week at Darlington was the turning point in our season (despite a 16th-place finish). I’m standing by that.

    “Very, very proud of this truck. Proud of our pit crew all year long. Finally, we have a little bit of a result to show for it.”

    Riggs got his first top five of the season in the No. 38 Front Row Motorsports Ford.

    “We really, really needed this finish,” Riggs said. “It was a great day for us, and I hope we can continue to build on this momentum.”

    Varying pit strategies produced considerable movement with the field throughout the race. Heim restarted 13thon lap 124 but methodically worked his way up the running order. On Lap 175 he passed Riggs for second place, and after Conner Jones spun in Turn 4 to cause the sixth of seven cautions on Lap 177, Heim shot past Garcia on the Lap 186 restart.

    Staying out on older tires, Ty Majeski won the first stage of the race. Using the same strategy, Tyler Ankrum triumphed in Stage 2. But Heim had the fastest truck and quickly proved it after the second stage break.

    Moonlighting from the NASCAR Xfinity Series, Sammy Smith finished fifth, followed by Eckes, Nick Sanchez, Ankrum, Daniel Dye and Stewart Friesen.

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