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Ryan Sieg and Jordan Anderson will not be permitted to qualify Friday.
Trevor Bayne will be in the No. 19 Xfinity car this weekend at Daytona.
GMS Racing has won two NASCAR Craftsman Truck championships.
NASCAR officials had three cars in the wrong spot for the final restart.
The five-episode series is slated to debut in early 2024.
After running out of fuel at Watkins Glen, Chase Elliott must win at Daytona to have a chance at a second Cup title.
Bubba Wallace holds the final playoff spot, leading Daniel Suarez by 28 points.
Engineer Stephen Doran will serve as Kevin Harvick’s crew chief at Watkins Glen.
Kyle Busch has finished 36th or worse in three of the last five races.
Chase Elliott, needing a win to make the playoffs, starts 15th. No driver has won a Cup road course race this year starting outside the top 10.
Denny Hamlin is working on a new deal with JGR and also working on a new deal with Toyota for 23XI Racing, the team he co-owns with Michael Jordan.
Kyle Larson and Chase Elliott have combined to win the last four Cup races at Watkins Glen.
Jeremy Clements will make his 454th career Xfinity start Saturday at Watkins Glen to move into fifth on the all-time series list.
Michael McDowell’s Indy win is the fourth time this year a driver with more than 250 Cup starts and fewer than five victories won.
Trackhouse Racing owner Justin Marks says he does not anticipate Shane van Gisbergen competing in NASCAR again until 2024.
INDIANAPOLIS — A look at the winners and losers from Sunday’s Cup race at Indianapolis.
When Michael McDowell was looking for a new crew chief for this season, he was struck by a question one candidate asked.
Comments from drivers following 24th Cup race of the season.
Julia Piquet, fiancee of Daniel Suarez, got to thank the doctor who helped her father, former world champion Nelson Piquet, after his devastating crash at Indianapolis in 1992.
The defending Indy road course winner starts second in Sunday’s race on NBC.
Kevin Harvick said Saturday at Indianapolis that he suffered “busted ribs” in a fall down a flight of stairs in June.
A busy day at Indy includes Cup qualifying and the Xfinity race on the road course.
The New Zealand native who won the inaugural Chicago Cup race last month, finished 19th in his Truck debut Friday.
Ty Majeski led 179 of 200 laps to win and advance to the second round.