Major changes to Daytona International Speedway are coming soon.
There was one heck of a celebration in victory lane on Sunday at Michigan International Speedway.
Austin Dillon became the first driver in Nationwide Series to win four consecutive poles after setting a new track qualifying record at Michigan International Speedway.
Carl Edwards will start on the pole for the Quicken Loans 400 after posting the fastest lap in Friday's qualifying at Michigan International Speedway.
Dillon, the 23-year-old grandson of NASCAR multi-team owner Richard Childress, won the pole for last year's Nationwide race at Michigan with a new track qualifying record of 190.375 mph. He also earned the pole for the truck race here in 2010. Dillon is in his second full season in Nationwide, driving the No. 3 Chevrolet for Richard Childress Racing.
Richmond is the last track other than Michigan where Earnhardt has won. He claimed the victory there in the spring of 2006.
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NASCAR driver Jason Leffler died after an accident in a dirt car event on Wednesday night at Bridgeport (N.J.) Speedway. He was 37.
Jimmie Johnson and his No. 48 Hendrick Motorsports team had some kind of a party in the Poconos.
Persistent rain at Iowa Speedway on Saturday night forced NASCAR officials to postpone the DuPont Pioneer 250 Nationwide Series race for one day.