NASCAR K&N Pro Series team owner of Bill McAnally Racing chats about their 2019 season and winning the championship with three-year driver Derek Kraus.
Public relations manager at Feld Entertainment for Supercross talks about some of their upcoming events.
Join host Sharon Burton and co-host Sal Sigala this Monday night 8:30 to 10 pm ET for our 2019 season finale as we bring race fans the smartest race talk around on Fan4Racing NASCAR & Race Talk Review!
Stay tuned in 10 to 10:30 pm ET for NASCAR Hot Topics Sound Offwith co-host Andy Laskey as our Fan4Racing crew, along with an old friend Chris Creighton -aka the Yellow Caution Flag- the announcer at WhyNot Motorsports Park and host at 110 Nation radio show. discuss the hottest topics from the weekend of racing,
We’re talking all the latest from Homestead Miami Speedway for the NASCAR Cup, Xfinity, and Gander Outdoors Truck Series season finale. We’ll also provide a few updates from the K&N Pro Series East, ARCA Menards Series, and more.
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Our LIVE broadcast starts at 8:30 pm ET on Monday, November 18, 2019.
For one final time this season, the boys of NASCAR’s Cup Series fire the engines for the Ford EcoBoost 400 at Homestead-Miami Speedway to race four hundred miles to see who will be crowned the champion. It has been an incredible season, and now four of the best drivers to ever do it will have a shot at the trophy.
Denny Hamlin started on the pole, but it was Kevin Harvick with the fast start. He jumped out front and quickly moved away from the field. Martin Truex Jr. was able to move past Hamlin into the second-place position, and he quickly tracked down Harvick in the lead. On lap 21, Truex Jr. made the pass on Harvick as Harvick was losing some long-run speed.
On lap 36, green-flag stops began to filter through. Harvick and Kyle Busch both came down first with Hamlin and Truex Jr. following on the next lap. Truex Jr. cycled back into the lead with now a four-second lead over the field. Truex Jr. continued to increase his lead as the rest of stage one ran green. With no one contending for the lead, Truex Jr. easily won the first stage of the race.
HOMESTEAD, Fla. – It was Kyle Busch’s championship evening at Homestead-Miami Speedway Sunday, but it also had a distinctive feel of being a J.D. Gibbs’ kind of achievement.
Team owner Joe Gibbs’ oldest son J.D. was president of the Joe Gibbs Racing team and an omnipresent positive vibe in the NASCAR garage for more than a decade. Typically smiling and joking, but also ultra-competitive, the team won four previous Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series championships under his leadership and won hearts because of his enduring positive spirit.
J.D. Gibbs passed away on January 11 at the age of 49 after a valiant and lengthy fight against degenerative neurological disease. His passing and its effect on the 2019 season has been simultaneously heart-breaking and heart-strengthening.