It took a gutsy strategy call from crew chief Brian Pattie, a lot of nail-biting and “driving our guts out” in the final laps, but at the end of Sunday’s Apache Warrior 400 at Dover International Speedway, Ricky Stenhouse Jr. had found a way to remain above the cut line and advance to the Round of 12 in the Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series playoffs.
Kyle Larson controlled the middle stint of Sunday’s Apache Warrior 400 at Dover Int’l Speedway, notching his fourth Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series stage win of the season and a crucial playoff point as well.
A timely caution helped hand Brad Keselowski the opening stage win of Sunday’s Apache Warrior 400 at Dover Int’l Speedway.
Saturday’s ‘Use Your Melon’ Drive Sober 200 was a long, steady climb upward for NASCAR XFINITY Series rookie Matt Tifft, culminating with a top-10 finish at Dover Int’l Speedway.
Fast pit work gave Ryan Blaney the lead of Saturday’s NASCAR XFINITY Series race at Dover Int’l Speedway and a fast car allowed the 23-year-old to keep it all the way to the finish.
A pair of Hendrick Motorsports cars showed up in final practice for Sunday’s Apache Warrior 400 at Dover Int’l Speedway.
Looking to get his NASCAR XFINITY Series playoff run back on track after a lackluster run at Kentucky Speedway, William Byron used a clean sweep of Coors Light Pole Qualifying to capture the top spot Saturday at Dover Int’l Speedway.
Harrison Burton came to Dover International Speedway hoping to win the race and the championship on Friday and he did just that.
Martin Truex Jr. qualified a spot better than he did in June at Dover Int’l Speedway.
Danica Patrick is driving the No. 10 Ford Warriors in Pink Fusion race car this weekend in the Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Apache Warrior 400 at Dover Int’l Speedway.
The giddy smiles said it all after spinal cord injured participants took a 135 mile per hour spin at Dover International Speedway with Martin Truex Jr. in an adaptive race car donated by Furniture Row Racing.
A year removed from rain washing his chances at qualifying away, NASCAR Camping World Truck Series rookie Austin Cindric returned to Dover Int’l Speedway and notched a career-best finish, taming the Monster Mile.