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Darrell Wallace Jr.
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As Jeff Gordon crossed the finish line at Martinsville Speedway to pick up his first win of the season, the chemistry was clicking between the No. 24 crew.
Darrell Wallace Jr. said he would win at Martinsville Speedway, and then he went out and did it.
A day after a caution froze the field on the final lap at Talladega Superspeedway, a caller complained to SiriusXM NASCAR radio he'd been robbed of his right to see a race to the finish line.
James Buescher took the pole for the NASCAR Truck Series race Sunday, turning a lap at 109.189 mph Saturday on Canadian Tire Motorsport Park's 2.459-mile road course.
Ryan Gifford has waited for a seat in a top-tier NASCAR race for what seems like forever.
Two sons of well-known Sprint Cup drivers headline the list of youngsters selected for this season's NASCAR Next program: Chase Elliott, son of 1988 champion Bill Elliott, and Jeb Burton, whose father Ward won the 2002 Daytona 500.
Kyle Larson is grateful for the exposure he's received as part of NASCAR's "Next9" initiative. He is confident it won't take long for the group of up-and-coming racers to compete for checkered flags and championships at the sport's highest level.
With his Canon 60D in hand, Darrell Wallace Jr. is a fixture at the track, eagerly snapping photos with an insider's view of auto racing. His Instagram account is littered with day-in-the-life snapshots of cars and crews, all carrying the tag, "My crazy life captured in pictures."
Kyle Larson just may be the next great NASCAR driver.