The harrowing crash involving Ryan Newman at the Daytona 500 has the NASCAR garage on edge heading into Sunday’s Pennzoil 400 at Las Vegas Motor Speedway.
NASCAR driver Ryan Newman is awake and speaking with family and doctors a day after his horrific crash on the final lap of the Daytona 500.
NASCAR fans will have plenty of access to drivers during Pennzoil 400 week at Las Vegas Motor Speedway.
Roughly two hours after the crash, NASCAR read a statement from Roush Fenway Racing that said Newman is in “serious condition, but doctors have indicated his injuries are not life threatening.”
Denny Hamlin won his second straight Daytona 500 and third overall, beating Ryan Blaney in an overtime photo finish marred by a terrifying crash that sent Ryan Newman to the hospital on Monday.
The Pennzoil 400 comes to Las Vegas Motor Speedway on Sunday, Feb. 23. Here’s a list of the events leading up to the NASCAR Cup Series race.
The young driver broke through for his first Xfinity win in the season opener at Daytona, after which he performed smoke-belching doughnuts that literally set the track ablaze.
Thursday’s NASCAR hauler parade preceding the Pennzoil 400 at Las Vegas Motor Speedway has been canceled due to Sunday’s postponement of the Daytona 500.
The LVMS spring race moved off its traditional date of the first weekend of March as part of an experiment to tweak the 2020 schedule.
The Daytona 500 has been postponed by rain for the first time since 2012, dampening NASCAR’s season opener that started with a ballyhooed visit from President Donald Trump.
Trump will be only the second president to attend the Daytona 500 after President George W. Bush, who also appeared at the race during his reelection year.
DAYTONA BEACH, Fla. — Las Vegan Noah Gragson won his first career Xfinity Series race when Saturday’s opener was stopped on the final lap by a crash well behind the winning JR Motorsports Chevrolet.
Kyle Busch will have to overcome a disadvantageous starting position to earn his first victory Sunday in NASCAR’s premier race at Daytona International Speedway.
Retiring veteran driver from Las Vegas still believes he can win NASCAR’s biggest race with one of its smallest teams.
Kyle Busch has partied in victory lane at every NASCAR track from Darlington to Dover, from Bristol to the Brickyard. But not at the Daytona 500.