NASCAR COTA Cup: Reddick survives triple overtime to win, Button 18th

Toyota driver Reddick and poleman William Byron’s Hendrick Motorsports Chevrolet spent much of Sunday’s race trading the lead, but the former Richard Childress Racing man moved out front for the final time on lap 64 of what was originally scheduled as a 68-lap race.
To preserve the win, however, Reddick had to fight off repeated challengers in three two-lap overtimes to claim his …Keep reading Source

Raikkonen enjoys “old-style” racing without F1 DRS in NASCAR

The 2007 world champion is making his second race outing in the NASCAR Cup Series at Circuit of the Americas this weekend, rejoining the Trackhouse Racing Chevrolet team with which he made his debut at Watkins Glen last year.
The Finn, who retired from F1 at the end of the 2021 season after making 349 race starts, will start 22nd in tomorrow’s race, two positions ahead of NASCAR Cup rookie …Keep reading Source

Allmendinger fights back in chaotic Xfinity race to win at COTA

Allmendinger, who led 28 of the 46 laps including the first 14, almost saw his path to a win derailed when he got spun on a restart after contact with Aric Almirola on Lap 20.
That sent Allmendinger back to 26th place and the fight was on from there. Allmendinger managed to work his way back to the lead after getting into then-leader Sheldon Creed on Lap 33 and sending him off the …Keep reading Source