Hisense 300 Tag

By Seth Eggert, NASCAR Writer The last time the NASCAR Xfinity Series visited Charlotte Motor Speedway, Joey Logano took the victory after Kyle Larson had dominated the day. Logano won by 0.462 seconds over NASCAR Xfinity Series regular Elliott Sadler. Austin Dillon, Brad Keselowski, Denny Hamlin, and Jeff Green are the only former winners in the field for Saturday’s race. Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series drivers in the field this weekend include Austin DIllon, Brad Keselowski, Denny Hamlin, Kevin Harvick, Ryan Blaney, and Ty Dillon. NASCAR Camping World Truck SeriesRead More
By Seth Eggert, NASCAR Writer The last time Cale Conley competed in the NASCAR Xfinity Series was Kansas in 2015 for Tri-Star Motorsports. Unfortunately for Conley, sponsorship money dried up with three races left in the season. Now he has a new opportunity thanks to JGL Racing’s “Young Guns” program. Conley joins previously announced Scott Lagasse Jr., Corey LaJoie, Drew Herring, Jeb Burton and Dylan Lupton as members of JGL Racing’s “Young Guns” program. The first scheduled race for Conley is in the No. 24 Toyota Camry in the Hisense 300Read More
By Seth Eggert, NASCAR Writer After signing with Richard Childress Racing for nine NASCAR Xfinity Series races, Ben Kennedy continues to add to his 2017 schedule. Kennedy’s former NASCAR Camping World Truck Series team, GMS Racing, has signed the 25-year-old driver to a 12-race schedule, bringing Kennedy’s schedule up to 21 races. Kennedy will be behind the wheel of the No. 96 Chevrolet Camaro, joining teammate Spencer Gallagher. On top of the pit box for Kennedy will be Jeff Stankiewicz, who served as crew chief for his first start withRead More
For the second straight Saturday, Denny Hamlin had the chance to hold off a race’s strongest car for the victory. Unlike last Saturday’s NASCAR Sprint All-Star Race, however, there were too many laps left after the final restart in Saturday’s Hisense 300 NASCAR XFINITY Series, and polesitter Austin Dillon powered past Hamlin on Lap 186 of 200 to finish the race where he belonged—at the front of the field. By the time he crossed the finish line, Dillon was 2.692 seconds ahead of Hamlin, who had taken the lead duringRead More