Michigan International Speedway

Phil Surgen named crew chief for Chip Ganassi Racing’s No. 42 Cup team

Surgen, a race engineer for Chip Ganassi Racing, will serve as the No. 42 crew chief for the balance of this year's Cup schedule.

NASCAR features more Cup doubleheaders for 2020

The Cup Series are scheduled to receive two additional doubleheader races at Michigan and at Dover in August 2020.

Four Takeaways from the NASCAR Gander Outdoors Truck Series Race at Michigan

It's hard to believe that the regular season has come and gone in the Truck Series in 2019. Not too long ago, we were just opening up the season at Daytona in February.

NASCAR Gander Outdoors Truck Series Power Rankings- Michigan

The NASCAR Gander Outdoors Truck Series rolled into Michigan International Speedway for race No. 16 of the 2019 season. It wasn't just another race for the truckers, rather it was the last regular-season race of the season before the Playoffs begin at Bristol Motor Speedway Thursday night.

Harvick takes second Monster Energy NASCAR Cup win of 2019 at Michigan

Kevin Harvick was able to overcome a flat-right front tire early in the race and would later stretch the fuel in his No. 4...

Ankrum’s strong run ends in wreck

The No. 17 of Tyler Ankrum was having a great run going at Michigan International Speedway until he was involved in a wreck with four laps to go after a push gone wrong.

Playoffs – Who’s in, who’s out, with 4 to go

The Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series heads to Michigan International Speedway this weekend with only four races remaining in the regular season.

Creed falls short of making the Playoffs

It was win or bust for Sheldon Creed and his No. 2 GMS Racing coming into the regular-season finale.

Grant Enfinger claims regular season title

"It's been a hard road for the most weekends out of the year but I feel like we're making the most out of every opportunity," Enfinger said to MRN Radio. "I think God has blessed us with everything we need, everything we wanted."

Austin Hill holds off Creed and Dippel in overtime win

In an overtime restart, Austin Hill in No. 16 Hattori Racing Toyota was able to hold off Sheldon Creed and Tyler Dippel for his second win of the 2019 season.

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