NASCAR All-Star race experimentation receives mostly high marks
The NASCAR All-Star race produced plenty of excitement, as well as experimentation that could have a long-term impact on the sport -- if all parties are patient.
Hot Harvick earns $1M with All-Star race victory
Not even a non-points race can slow Kevin Harvick, who earned $1 million by winning NASCAR's All-Star race Saturday night at Charlotte Motor Speedway. He won five points-paying races this season, including the past two, before Saturday's win.
Legalized betting could drum up interest in NASCAR
NASCAR should get a boost in exposure thanks to the Supreme Court ruling opening up sports betting to all states, but don't expect it to be a gold mine from the start.
Ricky Craven goes on 'ride of my life'
Participating in the Kyle Petty Charity Ride Across America for the first time, Ricky Craven is blown away by the event's detail, dedication, friendliness and mission.
NASCAR Executive Vice President Steve O'Donnell explains the next steps on deciding whether the aerodynamic/restrictor-plate package used Saturday or a form of it could be used next year in at least some races:
Brad Keselowski's car is towed to the garage after an accident ended his night in the all-star race.
Chase Elliott on earning the fan vote for the third consecutive year: "Hopefully this time next year we will be in the big show and we don't have to worry about it. ... Being the third year in a row, that does mean a lot to me. It is pretty special as a racer that the folks at home voting have my back like that."
Machine Gun Kelly (left) talks with Kurt Busch following the prerace drivers meeting at Charlotte Motor Speedway. MGK will give the command to start engines for the NASCAR All-Star Race tonight.
How many cars would a driver need in his lane to make a pass for the lead in the draft during the all-star race tonight in Charlotte? Aric Almirola gives his view after 60 minutes of practice:
Joey Logano gives his assessment of the aerodynamic package for tonight's all-star race following practice Saturday morning:
Matt Kenseth, on the pole for the NASCAR All-Star Race tonight, gets ready for morning practice at Charlotte. Practice was postponed from Friday to this morning because of rain.
After an early rain, NASCAR Cup teams are hopeful to get a rescheduled 60-minute practice in this morning. Drivers got only about five minutes of practice Friday with the new aerodynamic/restrictor-plate package they will use in the all-star event tonight at Charlotte.
With NASCAR Cup Series teams getting only about five minutes of practice Friday because of rain, NASCAR has set a 60-minute practice for 10:30 a.m. Eastern on Saturday so they can get used to the aerodynamic package for the all-star event Saturday night. The practice will be for all cars, both those in the "open" last-chance qualifying race and those already qualified for the main event.
NASCAR, IndyCar using new concussion tests
NASCAR announced Friday that it will now use the King-Devick test to screen for concussions when drivers are brought to the infield medical center. Earlier this week, IndyCar announced it had started using the I-Portal Portable Assessment System.
Matt Kenseth said there wasn't much positive to take from his struggles in his first race with Roush Fenway last week at Kansas. So it was a positive for him to win the pole for the NASCAR All-Star Race even though it is a different aerodynamic package. His thoughts on Kansas:
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