Matt Tifft and Josh Williams found themselves on the wrong side of NASCAR inspectors on Saturday at Daytona Int’l Speedway, both failing post-qualifying inspection for the PowerShares QQQ 300.
Anderson’s Maple Syrup will continue as a sponsor of Richard Childress Racing in the NASCAR XFINITY Series next season.
With five races remaining in the 2017 NASCAR XFINITY Series season plans are well under way for 2018, which will mark RCR’s 49th season in NASCAR.
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.
Matt Tifft returns to the same track where he made his XFINITY Series return last fall at the 1.5-mile Kentucky Speedway.
A year ago entering the NASCAR XFINITY Series playoff opener at Kentucky Speedway, Matt Tifft was simply thankful to be at the race track.
Joe Gibbs Racing announced Wednesday that Matt Tifft will team up with Ron Jon Surf Shop and Surface Sunscreen to run a 1977 Dale Earnhardt throwback scheme in the NASCAR XFINITY Series race at Darlington Raceway on Sept. 2.
At-track updates from Liftmaster Pole Night at Charlotte Motor Speedway, as well as a drop-in by NASCAR XFINITY Series regular Matt Tifft, headlines two hours of short track racing conversation on the newest episode of the Stock Car Steel/SRI Motorsports Show.
Brendan Gaughan put his No. 62 South Point Casino Chevrolet at the top of the board late in NASCAR XFINITY final practice at Phoenix Raceway.
LAS VEGAS — As of late, Joey Logano has been the master of restarts in NASCAR. It proved to be true in Saturday’s XFINITY Series race at Las Vegas Motor Speedway as Logano perfected restart after restart to score his first NASCAR win of any kind at Las Vegas Motor Speedway. Logano never raced at LVMS in the 300-mile XFINITY event …
Eight months removed from surgery to remove a non-malignant brain tumor, NASCAR XFINITY Series rookie Matt Tifft continues to drive awareness for the cause as he follows his passion behind the wheel.
The most shocking storyline of Saturday’s NASCAR XFINITY Series qualifying session at Daytona Int’l Speedway was the failure of Toyota to put a car in the top 12 for the first time in five years.