The 2018 NASCAR championship was decided yesterday at Homestead-Miami Speedway. The four contenders were Martin Truex, Jr., Kyle Busch, Joey Logano, and Kevin Harvick. Joey Logano won the championship. There were many lead changes throughout the race, but in the final laps Logano went... Read More.
A NASCAR reporter and commentator frequently heard on WEBO’s PRN race coverage was struck by a vehicle Saturday night. It did not happen on a race track. Wendy Venturini was out for a jog in Sonoma California when she was hit by a car. ... Read More.
Danica Patrick announced yesterday that Go Daddy will be her primary sponsor for the ‘Danica Double’ this coming racing season. Danica will be racing in the Daytona 500 and the Indianapolis 500 to end her career. Danica will soon announce the name of the... Read More.
American auto racing legend, Dan Gurney, passed away Sunday at the age of 86. The New York born Gurney was one of the greatest Formula One drivers of the 1960s and was considered a worthy competitor to Jim Clark, Jackie Stewart, and... Read More.
Martin Truex Jr. saved enough fuel to hold off the field and pick up his fourth win of 2017 in Sunday’s “I Love New York 355” at Watkins Glen International. It’s his 11th career Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series win and the second of... Read More.
Kyle Busch overcame an early spin, and a pit road penalty, to win Saturday’s Zippo 200 NASCAR XFINITY race also at Watkins Glen. It was Kyle’s first series win at the New York road course. It’s the 90th victory of Busch’s career and... Read More.
Ryan Preece’s short-lived, but ambitious 2017 NASCAR XFINITY Series schedule began three weeks ago at his home track, New Hampshire Motor Speedway. It ended Saturday in victory lane at the U.S. Cellular 250 at Iowa Speedway, his first career XFINITY series triumph. Preece,... Read More.
William Byron held off Paul Menard in the closing laps to win the Lilly Diabetes 250 at Indianapolis Motor Speedway on Saturday for his third NASCAR XFINITY Series victory of 2017. The race was broadcast here on WEBO. The 19-year-old rookie became the youngest... Read More.
In NASCAR, it has been announced that Alex Bowman will drive the 88 car at Hendrick Motorsports next season. Bowman will be replacing Dale Earnhardt Jr, who is retiring at the end of this season. The twenty-four year old Bowman drove the No. 88... Read More.
NASCAR is in New Hampshire for races that will be heard live on WEBO this weekend. The Xfinity Series will race tomorrow, and beware of the pole sitter. The car that has led the field to the green flag has won the last... Read More.