NASCAR Drive for Diversity graduate, Darrell Wallace Jr., scores an emotional, historic win in the Kroger 200 at Martinsville Speedway. Wallace became only the second African-American driver to win in a national touring series, and the first since Wendell Scott in 1963. An emotional Wallace said, “It means everything. This is an emotional win for me.”
A five-week break had NASCAR Camping World Truck Series drivers feeling restless, but drivers were back on track in Martinsville this morning for their first practice of the day. It was a gloomy morning session […]
Possibly the biggest change for the 2013 NASCAR season was announced on Tuesday. In an effort to “broaden the overall scope of the racing series”, NASCAR has announced changes to their competition and personal structure for the […]
Young’s Motorsports will have a busy Friday ahead of them as the usual single-truck operation will field two trucks at Homestead-Miami Speedway. The No. 02 truck, often inhabited by Tyler Young, will be driven by […]
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