In his first-ever NASCAR Xfinity Series start, 18-year-old Ty Gibbs, the grandson of NASCAR hall-of-famer Joe Gibbs, won on Saturday night at the Daytona International Speedway road course, becoming one of the youngest winners in the series.
After winning last weekend’s NASCAR Camping World Truck Series opening race on Daytona International Speedway’s tri-oval circuit, Ben Rhodes repeated his performance on Daytona’s road course on Friday night, capturing his fifth career win and his second in a row after holding off John Hunter Nemechek and Sheldon Creed on multiple late-race restarts.
One week removed from the glamor and glory of the Daytona 500, NASCAR returns to Daytona International Speedway for a very different race than the season’s kickoff.
A wild finish to the Busch Clash resulted in Kyle Busch driving through a crash to collect the first checkered flag of speedweeks.
NASCAR’s premier division will be back on Tuesday night with the Busch Clash. Catch up on all of the news and what drivers might take home the win.
More details about NASCAR’s 2021 Cup, Xfinity and Camping World Truck Series schedules have been released including start times, TV and radio airing information and an adjustment to the schedule that will keep NASCAR in Florida throughout the entire month of February.