For the third time in as many weeks, Oriol Servia and Juan Pablo Montoya were all smiles after completing a test of the universal aero kit that will be carried on all Verizon IndyCar Series entries in 2018.
It may have been unheralded in the final rundown, but J.J. Yeley’s sixth-place effort in Saturday’s U.S. Cellular 250 at Iowa Speedway may have carried the most emotion of any finish in the entire field.
Ryan Preece turned a golden opportunity into a huge NASCAR XFINITY Series win on Saturday afternoon, kicking down the door to victory lane with a dominant performance in the U.S. Cellular 250 at Iowa Speedway.
Justin Allgaier bested a hard-charging Ryan Preece to capture a stage win in the second stage of Saturday’s U.S. Cellular 250 at Iowa Speedway.
Ryan Preece won the pole at Iowa Speedway on Saturday morning and continued his roll in the ‘Heartland of America’ by winning the opening stage of the U.S. Cellular 250.
In his second start this season, Ryan Preece scores his first career NASCAR XFINITY Series pole award at Iowa Speedway.
Martin-McClure Racing announced Wednesday that former NASCAR XFINITY Series champion Jeff Green will drive the team’s No. 13 Toyota in Friday’s annual NASCAR K&N Pro Series East/West combination race.
Making his second start in the NASCAR XFINITY Series this weekend at Iowa Speedway, Roush Fenway Racing development driver Ty Majeski will carry Bit-O-Honey sponsorship on the No. 60 Ford Mustang.
Kevin Manion Motorsports will make its NASCAR K&N Pro Series debut on July 28 at Iowa Speedway with the No. 1 Menards Toyota Camry.
Indy Lights rookie Matheus Leist is quickly becoming an oval master.
Saturday night’s ARCA Racing Series Fans With Benefits 150 at Iowa Speedway came down not to a photo finish, but a 40 mile per hour drag race down pit road between Dalton Sargeant and Austin Theriault.
Being the last car out to qualify Saturday afternoon paid dividends for Will Power, who captured the Verizon P1 Award for the Iowa Corn 300 at Iowa Speedway.