FONTANA, CALIFORNIA – FEBRUARY 28: Alex Bowman, driver of the #88 Cincinnati Chevrolet, emerges with the fastest practice laps at Auto Club Speedway on February 28, 2020 in Fontana, California. (Photo by Meg Oliphant/Getty Images)

Alex Bowman delivered a convincing win in Sunday’s NASCAR Cup Series Auto Club 400 at Auto Club Speedway. Bowman was head and shoulders above the competition as he won Stage 1 and led 110 laps en route to his second-career victory in the Cup Series.

For Bowman, the victory was sweet as it proves to his doubters that his first-career win, which came last season, wasn’t a fluke. Continue reading “Alex Bowman Flat-Out Dominates on Path to Second-Career Win”

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Chase Elliott and Kyle Larson have already announced their plans to participate in the $100,000 Kyle Busch NASCAR Gander RV & Outdoors Truck Series Bounty, which was originally tossed out by Kevin Harvick as a challenge to any full-time NASCAR Cup Series driver who could defeat Kyle Busch in any of his remaining four NASCAR Truck Series starts of the season.

Elliott will compete at Atlanta and Kansas, while Larson is set for Homestead. Both drivers will run for GMS Racing.

Now, it is beginning to look like Clint Bowyer could be in play as well, soon. Continue reading “Clint Bowyer to Join the Kyle Busch Bounty Challenge? Maybe”

The NASCAR world has been buzzing about Kevin Harvick’s $50,000 bounty for any full-time NASCAR Cup Series driver who would sneak down into the NASCAR Gander RV & Outdoors Truck Series and beat Kyle Busch in one of his remaining four starts left in 2020.

Harvick came up with the bounty idea, after Busch captured his seventh-straight NASCAR Truck Series win this past weekend in Las Vegas. Busch’s win streak dates back to the end of the 2018 season. Continue reading “Chase Elliott Accepts Bounty, Will Attempt to Defeat Kyle Busch at Atlanta Truck Series Race”

Kyle Busch was all set to roll from the top spot in Sunday’s Pennzoil 400 at his hometown track — Las Vegas Motor Speedway. However, unfortunately for Busch his car was found to have body modifications that didn’t meet specs, this time on the nose of his car. As a result, Busch will officially be credited with starting first, but he’ll forfeit the No. 1 spot on the grid and go to the back of the field before the green flag on Sunday.

In addition to Busch, Denny Hamlin (scheduled to start fourth), who won last week’s Daytona 500 and Christopher Bell (scheduled to start 22nd) will also drop to the rear for illegal body modifications stemming from the noses of their Toyota Camrys as well. Continue reading “Kyle Busch, Hamlin and Bell Receive L1 Penalties For Illegal Body Modifications on Saturday”