The race favorite this week is not a big surprise, as Kyle Busch tops the board for the Toyota Owners 400 at Richmond Raceway.
This is a special weekend for the Xfinity Series. The Fitzgerald Glider Kits 300 is the first of four Dash 4 Cash events.
To Thunder Valley we go for the world’s fastest half-mile at Bristol Motor Speedway as the drivers of the Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series descend on Tennessee for the Food City 500.
This is the first of two stops in Texas, with the more appropriately named O’Reilly Auto Parts 300 as the second race of the Round of 8 during the Xfinity Series playoffs.
After a week off for the Easter holiday, the drivers of the Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series are ready to fire it up again in Fort Worth at Texas Motor Speedway for the O’Reilly Auto Parts 500.
The first of two stops at the “Half Mile of Mayhem” known as Martinsville Speedway is coming up this weekend as the drivers get ready for the STP 500.
This is the circuit’s only stop at Auto Club Speedway. This race began in 1997 and no driver has more than three wins, but this is a track where standouts typically win.
The last weekend of NASCAR’s west coast swing is coming up with a set of races at Auto Club Speedway in Fontana, California. As far as stock cars go, the first of two races set for this weekend will be the California 300.
This weekend’s race is the DC Solar 200 at ISM Raceway in Avondale, Arizona, which most readers probably know by its previous name, Phoenix International Raceway.
The name of the race has changed and the track is now ISM Raceway, but we head into this weekend’s event with a red-hot Kevin Harvick looking for his third straight win on the season at a track that he is supremely comfortable at when it comes to racing.