News, Opinion, and Updates on the Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series

NASCAR to study Kenseth’s crash, retaining wall at Auto Club Speedway

A race that was filled with fantastic four to five wide racing, plenty of great racing action, and a California kid taking home the checkered flag, had a scary moment on Sunday. Matt Kenseth's No. 20 PEAK Toyota Camry found... Continue Reading →

Tear-Down: Auto Club 400

NASCAR's West Coast Swing came to an end on Sunday, as per tradition, as the Auto Club Speedway. Kyle Larson, driving the No. 42 Target Chevrolet led the field to the green flag for Sunday's Auto Club 400. The 24-year-old... Continue Reading →

Tear-down: Camping World 500

NASCAR makes its second stop of its yearly West Coast Swing at the Phoenix International Raceway. The weekend started off strong for three drivers in particular - Joey Logano, Chase Elliott, and Kyle Larson. While all three drivers are still... Continue Reading →

PEAK, BlueDEF partners with Joe Gibbs Racing

Joe Gibbs Racing and Old World Industries announced a multi-year sponsorship deal on Wednesday in both the Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series, and the NASCAr XFINITY Series. Beginning this weekend in Las Vegas for the third race of the season, Kenseth's... Continue Reading →

Tear-down: Folds of Honor QuikTrip 500

The Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series made their first 1.5 mile track stop of the season on Sunday at the Atlanta Motor Speedway. This would be the first time fans and drivers get to see how NASCAR's new 2017 low-downforce... Continue Reading →

Clint Bowyer’s No.14 Ford lacking sponsorship for ‘majority’ of season

Stewart-Haas Racing is still seeking sponsorship for a "majority" of the 2017 races for Clint Bowyer, as well as Danica Patrick, according to ESPN's Bob Pockrass. Team owner Tony Stewart, who stepped away from driving full-time in the Monster Energy... Continue Reading →

Opinion: Its Do or Die for Danica

It's a sight all too familiar to Danica Patrick, Stewart-Haas Racing, and fans alike. A wrecked No. 10 Chevrolet, and a disappointed Danica walking towards an ambulance to be taken to the infield care center for evaluation. I want to... Continue Reading →

Hendrick Motorsports to run “Monster Energy” labeling only when required

While Hendrick Motorsports drivers standout due to their dominance, the four drivers have been standing out for another reason, which begged for an explanation. As Daytona creeped closer and closer, fans noticed something strange - the last names of the... Continue Reading →

Tear-Down: Daytona 500

The 2017 Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series season is upon us, and just like every other NASCAR season, it begins under the Florida Sun. 2017 brings many changes to NASCAR. Monster Energy takes over as the title sponsor, a brand-new... Continue Reading →

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