Friday July 19th, 2024 11:02AM

NASCAR Cup

Johnson ends drought at Coca-Cola 600
CONCORD, NC
10:47PM ( 10 years ago )
Johnson wins first pole of the year at Charlotte
CONCORD, NC
12:01AM ( 10 years ago )
Georgians Elliott, White named to 2015 NASCAR Hall of Fame class
CHARLOTTE, NC - Two Georgia speedsters scored victories on Wednesday, but neither were anywhere near a race track. Dawsonville's Bill Elliott and Fayetteville's Rex White will lead the class of 2015 into the NASCAR Hall of Fame.
4:29PM ( 10 years ago )
McMurray pulls off surprise win in All-Star race
CONCORD, NC
11:33PM ( 10 years ago )
Bowyer wins Showdown, Josh Wise wins fan vote
CONCORD, NC
9:43PM ( 10 years ago )
NASCAR Sprint All-Star Race set for Saturday night
CHARLOTTE, NC - From an inauspicious beginning to the current full-bloom Saturday-night spectacle, the NASCAR Sprint All-Star Race always has combined competition and promotion, resulting in three decades of memorable results and, since 2003, million-dollar payouts to the winners.
4:00PM ( 10 years ago )
Patrick surprise of Kansas with career-best run
KANSAS CITY, KS
7:06PM ( 10 years ago )
Gordon pulls away late for win at Kansas Speedway
KANSAS CITY, KS
12:16AM ( 10 years ago )
Harvick sets track record to win Kansas pole
KANSAS CITY, KS
8:13PM ( 10 years ago )
GA Racing HOF member Wilbur Rakestraw passes away
Georgia Racing Hall of Famer Wilbur Rakestraw passed away Wednesday, May 7 of congestive heart failure. Rakestraw, of Dallas, GA, was born on June 6, 1928.
Rakestraw came from a family of racers. He began his career at the Dallas Speed Bowl piloting a 1937 Ford. Rakestraw would remain a longtime Ford loyalist, often racing cars with the number 999, in honor of Henry Ford
2:43PM ( 10 years ago )