Michael Jordan and Denny Hamlin's new NASCAR team will be known as 23XI Racing, and the team will field the No. 23 Toyota Camry with driver Bubba Wallace in 2021
JR Motorsports will run Josh Berry in the No. 8 Xfinity car for the first part of the 2021 season before Sam Mayer takes over the ride.
NASCAR.com previews the NASCAR Cup Series Playoff race at Texas Motor Speedway and talks about the potential bubble flip we could see ahead of the Martinsville cutoff race.
Picking the car number for Michael Jordan's new NASCAR team was a slam dunk: Bubba Wallace will drive the No. 23 car when the team makes its debut next season. Jordan named his team 23XI Racing — that's pronounced twenty-three eleven — in honor of both his retired uniform number with the Chicago Bulls and the car number of his partner and three-time Daytona 500 champion Denny Hamlin. Jordan and Hamlin announced last month they had formed a NASCAR team with Bubba Wallace as the driver, a high-profile pairing of a Black majority team owner and the only Black driver at NASCAR’s top level.
Michael Jordan’s NASCAR Cup team doesn’t even have an official name yet but its impact across the sport is already being felt far and wide. And NASCAR believes this is just the beginning of enormous possibilities.
It has been tough to tailgate at the track this year. With attendance still limited at the race track due to the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic and most NASCAR fans celebrating the rest of the season at home, Busch, the official beer of NASCAR and NASCAR Cup Series Premier Partner, is giving you the chance to […]
Erik Jones has signed for Richard Petty Motorsports to replace Bubba Wallace in the famed 43 car for the 2021 NASCAR Cup Series
Erik Jones will head to Richard Petty Motorsports to drive the No. 43 car in 2021, the team announced Wednesday. He replaces Bubba Wallace.
After finishing second at Kansas Speedway, Kevin Harvick will start from the pole position in the Texas Cup starting lineup Sunday.
Erik Jones will drive NASCAR's iconic No. 43 next season for Richard Petty Motorsports, a pairing of a driver and a team both in need of fresh starts. Jones in August was dropped by megateam Joe Gibbs Racing after six seasons, while Bubba Wallace and RPM are splitting at the end of the year. Wallace’s social activism this year became the defining characteristic of the storied Petty organization.
Richard Petty Motorsports hired Erik Jones on Wednesday to replace Bubba Wallace in the No. 43 Chevrolet for the 2021 NASCAR Cup Series season. Jones, who signed a multiyear deal with RPM, makes the move from Joe Gibbs Racing, which informed him Aug. 6 he would not return to the No. 20 Toyota next season. […]
Kevin Harvick won the Busch Pole Award for Sunday’s Autotrader EchoPark Automotive 500 at Texas Motor Speedway (3:30 p.m. ET on NBCSN/NBC Sports App, PRN and SiriusXM NASCAR Radio), host of the second Round of 8 race in the NASCAR Cup Series Playoffs. The lineup was determined using NASCAR’s competition-based formula, which is a total […]
Sometimes childhood dreams do come true. As a fellow Indiana native, Chase Briscoe grew up a Tony Stewart fan. Briscoe was 7 years old when Stewart won his first NASCAR Cup Series championship in 2002 and 16 years old when he captured his third and final title in 2011. Briscoe watched Stewart make a name […]
NASCAR.com's Backseat Drivers break down Joey Logano's performance at Kansas Speedway and ponder the possibility of Hamlin or Harvick missing the Championship 4.
Noah Sweet’s journey to here started like most do — a love of Matchbox cars, visions of becoming a race car driver, connecting with your favorite driver on the track. Very few journeys reach this stage, though, with one dream fully realized at just 19 years old. Sweet still has his first-grade notebook, which is […]
Kyle Larson can return to NASCAR competition next season following a long suspension for using a racial slur while playing a video game. Larson, who is half-Japanese, spent the last six months immersed in diversity programs that helped him gain an understanding of racial injustice. Larson has spent significant time with retired soccer star Tony Sanneh, whose foundation works on youth development and empowerment in the Minneapolis area.
NASCAR Xfinity Series points leader Chase Briscoe will move up to the Cup Series next season at Stewart-Haas Racing to replace the outgoing Clint Bowyer, Autosport has learned