Monthly Archives: October, 2020

Harrison Burton wins at Martinsville; Xfinity Championship 4 field set

The 20-year-old rookie from Huntersville, North Carolina, adds another victory in 2020 at the Paperclip track as the Championship 4 field is set.

Chevrolet Salutes Oliver Gavin as He Concludes Full-Time Role with Corvette Racing

Chevrolet and Corvette Racing are paying tribute to the accomplishments of Oliver Gavin, who will step away from full-time competition with the program at the end of 2020.

Grant Enfinger scores Martinsville victory, locks into Championship 4

Grant Enfinger, who was in a must-win situation, held off his ThorSport teammate Ben Rhodes to claim his spot in the Championship 4 by winning the NASCAR Hall of Fame 200.

Mike Wheeler to crew chief Bubba Wallace and 23XI Racing in 2021

The 2016 Daytona 500 winning crew chief and veteran is set to lead Bubba Wallace and the newly formed 23XI Racing atop the pit box for the 2021 NASCAR Cup Series season.


NASCAR’S three national series head to the .526-mile oval of Martinsville Speedway to close out the Playoffs’ Round of Eight and the last opportunity for drivers to punch their ticket for the Championship Four in each series.

Road Courses, New Venues Highlight 2021 NASCAR Xfinity Series Slate

NASCAR today announced the 2021 schedule for the NASCAR Xfinity Series™, which will mirror many of the historic changes in the 2021 NASCAR Cup Series schedule that was announced in September.

Daytona International Speedway’s NASCAR Xfinity Series Races Set for 2021

The 2021NASCAR Xfinity Series schedule was announced today, and like it has since 1982, the February Xfinity Series race at iconic Daytona International Speedway – the NASCAR Racing Experience 300 – will kick off another exciting season.

Teenage sensation William Cox wins Fall Classic 2020

15-year-old William Cox is continuing his own personal tradition of excellence in auto racing after recently winning the Fall Classic season finale at Orange County (N.C.) Speedway on Oct. 24, 2020.

Martinsville Up Next for Motorcraft/Quick Lane Team

Fresh off an eighth-place finish at Texas Motor Speedway on Wednesday night, Matt DiBenedetto and the Motorcraft/Quick Lane team are headed to Martinsville Speedway, home track of the Wood Brothers, for Sunday’s Xfinity 500.

Toyota Racing – NCS Martinsville Quotes – Martin Truex Jr. – 10.30.20

Joe Gibbs Racing driver Martin Truex Jr. was made available to media via videoconference in advance of the race at the Martinsville Speedway:

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