Christopher Bell claims Busch Light Pole at Michigan

Christopher Bell captured the NASCAR Cup Series Busch Light Pole Award at Michigan International Speedway during the final round of qualifying Saturday afternoon, earning the top spot for Sunday’s FireKeepers Casino 400.

William Byron wins Cup Series pole, Kyle Larson second, for all-Hendrick front row at Kansas

William Byron topped qualifying at Kansas Speedway with a 179.206 mph lap in the No. 24 Chevrolet to claim his second pole of the season and his 10th career NASCAR Cup Series pole. The Hendrick Motorsports driver will be joined on the front row by teammate, Kyle Larson, who came up a little short with a 179.17 mph lap.

Cup race postponed to Monday

NASCAR postponed the Cup Series' Wurth 400 at Dover Motor Speedway to Monday, due to rain.

Ryan Preece sprints to first career Cup Series pole at Martinsville

Ryan Preece won his first NASCAR Cup Series Busch Pole Award in 124 starts at Martinsville Speedway Saturday afternoon with an impressive lap of 19.979 seconds at 94.780 mph in his Stewart-Haas Racing No. 41 Ford. He was the only driver to post a speed under 20 seconds during the qualifying sessio

NASCAR suspends Cody Ware, indefinitely, after arrest

NASCAR suspended Cody Ware, indefinitely, Monday, following his arrest on felony assault charges.

Joey Logano tops leaderboard to win Cup Series pole at Atlanta Motor Speedway

Team Penske driver, Joey Logano, was fastest in qualifying Saturday at Atlanta Motor Speedway and won the Busch Light Pole Award with a 177.374 mph lap in his No. 22 Ford. It is Logano’s second pole this season, his second at Atlanta and his 28th career pole.

NASCAR issues major penalties report from Phoenix Cup weekend

Hendrick Motorsports and Kaulig Racing were sanctioned L2-level penalties for unapproved modifications pertaining to the hood louvers from their respective vehicles.

News analysis: Hendrick penalties

Let's break down the news, significance and un-answered questions from NASCAR's penalty drop on Hendrick Motorsports.

Kyle Larson tops Cup Series qualifying to win Busch Light Pole at Phoenix

Kyle Larson was fasted in NASCAR Cup Series qualifying and claimed the Busch Light Pole Award for Sunday’s United Rentals Work United 500. He led the session in his No. 5 Hendrick Motorsports Chevrolet with a 130.237 mph lap, earning his second career pole at Phoenix Raceway and his 15th career pole.

William Byron leads 1-2-3 Hendrick Motorsports sweep at Las Vegas

William Byron won the most important race of Sunday afternoon—by inches off pit road.

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