NASCAR brings its top series back to Wisconsin this weekend for the first time since 1956.
“I look forward to doing late model stuff or IMSA, or something like that. A little bit here or there," Matt Kenseth said. "As far as NASCAR racing full-time or professional racing, those days are behind me.”
Denny Hamlin held off charging Brad Keselowski for his NASCAR Cup Series-leading fifth victory of the season and 42nd overall.
Chase Elliott joined his father, Hall of Famer “Awesome” Bill Elliott, as a winner of NASCAR’s annual All-Star race, earning the $1 million prize Wednesday in front of limited spectators at Bristol Motor Speedway.
Cole Custer became the first rookie regular to win in the NASCAR Cup Series in four years, surging to the lead in a four-wide, final-lap scramble Sunday at Kentucky Speedway.
Kevin Harvick beat Cambridge native Matt Kenseth off the final restart in overtime to win his second straight Brickyard 400.
Kevin Harvick won the first of two NASCAR Cup races in front of no fans this weekend at Pocono and will start 20th on Sunday with the field set by inverting the lead-lap finishers.
Chase Elliott’s streak of bitter defeats in NASCAR’s frantic first push of rescheduled races finally ended with his first Cup victory of the season.
Denny Hamlin won NASCAR’s first Wednesday race since 1984 when rain stopped the event with 20 laps remaining at Darlington Raceway.
Matt Kenseth got back into a Cup car for the first time since the 2018 season finale and finished 10th on Sunday at Darlington, one of the most technical tracks on the circuit.
Kevin Harvick beat Alex Bowman to win NASCAR’s first race back, a spectacle closely watched to see if the largest motorsports series in the U.S. could successfully return amid the COVID-19 pandemic.
Cambridge native Matt Kenseth is coming out of retirement to drive the No. 42 Chevrolet beginning with Sunday's race at Darlington Raceway.
At 48, Cambridge native Matt Kenseth will be the oldest driver in the field when the NASCAR Cup Series resumes May 17.
NASCAR announced Tuesday that it has granted playoff waivers for Roush Fenway Racing driver Ryan Newman and Chip Ganassi Racing driver amd Cambridge native Matt Kenseth.
The Cambridge native said the perspective he has now is different than before because he is just driving part time and has been more involved with wife, Katie, in raising their daughters, ages 9, 7, 4 and nine months.
Erik Jones won the crash-filled NASCAR race at Daytona International Speedway, passing defending series champion Martin Truex Jr. on the final lap and then crossing the finish line for the first victory of his Cup Series career.
Matt Kenseth, the Cambridge native who recently returned to Roush Fenway after taking a hiatus, finished 33rd in his last scheduled race until September.
"It's a lot different than anything I ever done before. It's stepping into something that's somewhat of a project."
Kevin Harvick surged past Martin Truex Jr. with one lap to go Saturday night at Kansas Speedway, winning for the fifth time in what has turned out to be a record-setting start to the year.
The race honors the late Shear, who won four track titles and 66 feature races at the Town of Rutland track.
When the Cambridge native took the call from team owner Jack Roush, he had just one question: What took the team owner so long to reach out?