Monthly Archives: August, 2022

NASCAR schedule for Darlington Cook Out Southern 500 weekend

This weekend the NASCAR Cup Series and Xfinity Series head to Darlington Raceway. It will mark the beginning of the Cup Series Round of 16 in the Playoffs while the Xfinity Series has three races remaining in its regular season.

Bubba Wallace to Switch Numbers and Run No. 45 for Remainder of Season

23XI Racing announced today that Bubba Wallace, driver of the No. 23 Toyota Camry TRD, will switch car numbers for the final 10 races of the season and run the No. 45 as the organization pursues the Owner’s Championship.

EG3 Technologies Strengthens Partnership with Petty GMS and Ty Dillon

Today, Petty GMS officials announced a strengthening of partnership with EG3 Technologies and Ty Dillon, driver of the No. 42 Chevrolet.

JR Motorsports — NXS Darlington II Preview

JR Motorsports has competed at Darlington Raceway a combined 55 times in the NXS. Over the course of those starts at the historic 1.366-mile facility, the organization has tallied five wins, 17 top fives and 34 top 10s.

Wood Brothers To Celebrate 50th Anniversary of Motorcraft and the Team’s 100th Darlington Start This Weekend

This weekend’s Cook Out Southern 500 at Darlington Raceway is a milestone event for Harrison Burton, the Wood Brothers and the Motorcraft/Quick Lane crew.

Team Chevy Keys on Portland in INDYCAR Title Chase

One of the tightest championship fights in recent NTT INDYCAR SERIES history is coming down to the wire with this weekend’s Grand Prix of Portland set to play a huge role in the final standings.

The NASCAR Foundation’s Speedy Bear Brigade Powered by Kaulig Giving Expands Across the United States and Mexico

NASCAR-themed teddy bears named ‘Speedy Bear’ are being delivered to children in hospitals across the United States and Mexico as The NASCAR Foundation and Kaulig Giving join together for the sixth annual “Speedy Bear Brigade”.

Kaulig Racing and Ed Morse Automotive Group Team Up for Two NASCAR Cup Series Races

Kaulig Racing and Ed Morse Automotive Group will team up for two NASCAR Cup Series (NCS) races, as Noah Gragson will pilot the No. 16 Ed Morse Automotive Group Camaro ZL1 at Texas Motor Speedway and Homestead-Miami Speedway.

‘You can’t win the race in the first 200 laps but you could certainly lose it’ – Kerry Tharp

Kerry Tharp, president of Darlington Raceway, summed it up best, “You can't win the race in the first 200 laps but you could certainly lose it.”

Busch Light Racing: Kevin Harvick Darlington Advance

The NASCAR Playoffs begin Sunday with the Cook Out Southern 500 at Darlington (S.C.) Raceway, and for the 16th time since the advent of the playoffs in 2004, Harvick is a part of it.

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