The ban was announced before Wednesday night’s race at Martinsville Speedway in Virginia, where the series’ only black drive, Bubba Wallace, drove Richard Petty Motorsports’ No. 43 Chevrolet with a #BlackLivesMatter paint scheme.
NASCAR suspends season until May but will reschedule events
The decision came after at least two Monday conference calls between the sanctioning body and its team owners. It affects seven total races.Read More
The NASCAR Xfinity Series—the second tier in professional stock-car racing—will run the race Saturday, July 4, on a road course that uses part of the historic speedway oval.
John Menard finally reached victory lane Sunday with owner Roger Penske and driver Simon Pagenaud, their car sponsored by Menard’s Midwest-based home improvement chain. Menard has been sponsoring cars at Indy since 1979.
NASCAR is making its first big play in the world of expanded legal sports betting, hoping a sports data partnership will lead to gamblers being able to bet during races on much more than just who gets the checkered flag.
Speedway and NASCAR officials plan to play up the patriotism theme to promote the event’s new schedule.
Indianapolis-based retail merchandiser MainGate has inked an exclusive deal with the owner and manager of numerous NASCAR tracks, including Daytona and Talladega, to provide licensed gear and set up a new web store.
With his first victory in 25 NASCAR Cup tries at his favorite racing venue, Roger Penske joined Chip Ganassi as the only owners to win both the Indy 500 and Brickyard 400 in the same year.
Following three solid days of rain, the first of two NASCAR races is under way at Indianapolis Motor Speedway.
Indianapolis Motor Speedway President Doug Boles talks about whether a new date and more weekend activities will bring fans back to the Brickyard 400.
Lilly Diabetes has pulled its sponsorship of Conor Daly's No. 6 car in the NASCAR Xfinity race at Road America in Elkhart Lake, Wisconsin.
Despite the yellow warning flags flying all around NASCAR, the Indianapolis Motor Speedway has its foot on the gas as it prepares for the Brickyard 400 on Sept. 9.
Brian France is a third-generation leader of NASCAR. His late grandfather Bill France Sr. founded the company in 1948.
The new race could be another effort by IMS officials to boost interest in the Brickyard 400, which has suffered from sinking attendance in recent years. It is likely to attract several NASCAR drivers who still drive in dirt-track races.
Roger Penske has a very simple solution for the predicament the Indianapolis 500 created when one of its most popular drivers, James Hinchcliffe, was bumped from the field during qualifying.
Tony Stewart and the parents of Kevin Ward Jr. have agreed to settle a wrongful death lawsuit filed by the family against the former NASCAR champion for his role in the death of their son.
Chip Ganassi, who has business operations in Indianapolis and North Carolina, said there are to many races on the upcoming schedule to prepare for to spend time celebrating his team’s milestone triumph.
DC Solar Solutions will also be an associate sponsor in IndyCar for two Ganassi drivers.