Joe Denette Motorsports is pleased to announce a merger with NTS Motorsports to create a three-truck "powerhouse" for the 2013 NASCAR Camping World Truck Series season.
Joey Logano and teammate Brad Keselowski gambled on a race strategy no one else employed, but it did not pay off in a win. Logano challenged for the top spot, but got dropped out of the top five late in the going and finished seventh. Keselowski was involved in an accident in the closing laps and finished 17th.
Kevin Harvick finished sixth in the Crown Royal Combat Wounded Coalition 400 at the Brickyard and officially regained the momentum it seemed he might have lost at Daytona International Speedway. In that race, he suffered crash damage and finished 39th, which was his second sub-15th-place result of the season.
Battling for a top-five position late in the race, Carl Edwards’ Toyota got tight entering turn one. He pushed up the track, clipped Ryan Newman, and crashed hard. Edwards was unable to continue and finished 35th after starting on the outside pole.
Tony Stewart finished 11th in his final Crown Royal 400; Jeff Gordon finished 15th, which was "better than last year," according to the driver after the end of the race.
For the first time since week two of 2016, Kyle Larson finds himself in Chase contention. This came on as the result of a fifth-place finish in the Crown Royal Combat Wounded Coalition 400 at the Brickyard. He now has a 10-point advantage over the bubble and Kasey Kahne.
Denny Hamlin finished fourth in the Crown Royal Combat Wounded Coalition 400 at the Brickyard after starting the day fourth. He was the third Joe Gibbs Racing driver in the top four, which is precisely where the organization started the afternoon.
Jimmie Johnson overcame a speeding penalty and bad track position late in the Crown Royal Combat Wounded Coalition 400 at the Brickyard to finish third at Indianapolis Motor Speedway. He started the day 13th.
Matt Kenseth finished second in the Crown Royal Combat Wounded Coalition 400 at the Brickyard and was the best in show—following his dominant teammate Kyle Busch across the Indianapolis Motor Speedway finish line.
Kyle Busch made history at Indianapolis Motor Speedway in the Crown Royal Combat Wounded Coalition 400. He led the most laps by a winner at 149 and also set a record by winning both the Cup and XFINITY races from the pole.
Alex Tagliani took the lead on Lap 88 and pulled away late in the NASCAR Pinty's Series caution-filled Alberta Has New Energy 300 Saturday at Edmonton International Raceway to pick up his third win of the season.
Sprint Cup driver Kyle Busch won the Lilly Diabetes 250, his 83rd victory in 322 NASCAR XFINITY Series (NXS) races.