NASCAR’s oldest Hall of Famer Glen Wood, a legendary driver and car owner who originally started Wood Brothers Racing in 1950, has died at the age of 93, the team announced Friday morning. He was inducted to the Hall of Fame in 2012.
Martin Truex Jr. signed with Joe Gibbs Racing this offseason to remain a Toyota driver in the NASCAR Cup Series. Now teamed with Kyle Busch, those two represent Toyota’s best hope of reclaiming the championship from Ford in 2019.
Jimmie Johnson, who has won seven NASCAR Cup Series championships during his legendary career, is working with a new sponsor and crew chief in 2019 for the first time in his career, but his motivation is the same as it has always been.
Chevy only won four out of 36 total NASCAR Cup Series races in 2018, and other than Hendrick Motorsports’ young star Chase Elliott, there shouldn’t be a ton of optimism for Chevrolet and the Camaro ZL1 in 2019 either.
Four New Year’s resolutions for NASCAR to keep the sport relevant and alive in 2019 and beyond, including wholesale scheduling changes, leaving the playoff system as it is, and the perks of fully implementing legalized sports gambling.
In the spirit of the holidays, we assembled a holiday gift guide for NASCAR’s top drivers, including some interior decorators for Martin Truex Jr. in his move to Joe Gibbs Racing and a new trophy case for reigning Cup champion Joey Logano.
Reigning NASCAR Cup Series champion Joey Logano has only won 21 races in his career, but winning his first title this season means he’s already likely bound for NASCAR’s Hall of Fame, which means the entrance requirements are too weak.
With TV ratings and attendance in a nosedive, NASCAR desperately needs its young drivers to compete for championships sooner rather than later. Chase Elliott and Kyle Larson are two who could challenge for a title as soon as 2019.
Alex Bowman, the driver of the No. 88 NASCAR Cup Series car for Hendrick Motorsports, is hoping wins in 2019 will help him create his own legacy and continue getting out of the shadow of his predecessor, Dale Earnhardt Jr.
Jimmie Johnson recently completed the first full-time NASCAR Cup Series season of his career without a single win. History shows that drivers Johnson’s age don’t usually win championships, suggesting his title window may be closing.
Stocks for Tots, where motorsports fans can meet and get autographs from at least 85 NASCAR personalities, will celebrate its 30th anniversary at NASCAR Technical Institute in Mooresville. The event helps kids.
Superlatives for the 2018 NASCAR Cup Series season, including awards for Kyle Busch as the best driver of the year, Kevin Harvick for the best car, and other awards, like CEO and chairman Brian France’s arrest for DWI and removal after.
The NASCAR Cup Series championship race at Homestead-Miami Speedway on Sunday was a terrific race between the winning Joey Logano and Kevin Harvick, Martin Truex Jr., and Kyle Busch, but it wasn’t good enough to stave off NASCAR’s decline.
Martin Truex Jr. finished second in the NASCAR Cup Series championship race at Homestead-Miami Speedway on Sunday in the final race that his team, Furniture Row Racing, would ever run. Truex won his first and only title for FRR in 2017.