Heading to Texas, the Cup Series Playoff action will continue with the first race in the Round of 12 as William Byron, Martin Truex Jr., Denny Hamlin, Kyle Larson, Chris Buescher, Kyle Busch, Christopher Bell, Tyler Reddick, Ross Chastain, Brad Keselowski, Ryan Blaney and Bubba Wallace continue their quest for the coveted 2023 Cup Series championship.
The three-time Daytona 500 champion led 142 of 500 laps and rallied from a Lap 70 pit road speeding penalty to lead the final 134 laps and win the Playoff's Round of 16 finale under the lights at Thunder Valley.
The two-time Xfinity Series champion from Corning, California, led the final two of 268 over-scheduled laps and capitalized on a late caution period to win in overtime and transfer to the second round of the 2023 Cup Series Playoffs.
Christopher Bell captured the pole position for the opening race of the NASCAR Cup Series Playoffs at Darlington Raceway with a 169.193 mph qualifying lap Saturday afternoon. It’s his third pole of the season and his seventh career pole in the series.
The NASCAR Cup Series heads to Darlington Raceway this weekend for the first race of the 2023 Playoffs with 16 drivers representing three different car manufacturers. This diverse group of competitors will tackle the Track Too Tough To Tame with one goal in mind – win to contend for the championship trophy.
The 2015 Xfinity Series champion from Prosper, Texas, led the final two of 163 over-scheduled laps and benefitted in overtime with drafting help from teammate Keselowski to capture his third checkered flag of the 2023 Cup Series season in the regular-season finale.
Chase Briscoe captured the NASCAR Cup Series pole for Saturday’s Coke Zero Sugar 400 at Daytona International Speedway after posting a qualifying lap of 181.822 mph in the No. 14 Stewart-Haas Racing Ford. It marks Briscoe's second Cup Series career pole.