No driver on the NASCAR Cup Series has enjoyed more success on the track thus far than William Byron. He claimed his fourth victory of the regular season with a win in Atlanta on Sunday, thanks to a rain-shortened Quaker State 400.
New Hampshire Motor Speedway is fittingly both an important part of NASCAR history and a unique treasure in modern day sports venues. Its idiosyncrasies are exactly what make "The Magic Mile" a must-stop on the NASCAR calendar, popular among competitors and fans alike.
Note: The quotes in this article are fictional. 1. William Byron: Byron blew a right rear tire on lap 80 after contact with Corey Lajoie. Byron spun, fortunately keeping the car off the wall, and fell a lap down.
NASCAR seems to be having all sorts of trouble with weather this year. Rain proved to be a problem again on Sunday during the Cup Series race at Atlanta Motor Speedway, forcing an early end to the Quaker State 400.
As the 2022 winner of the NASCAR Quaker State 400, many expected Chase Elliott to compete for a win this year as well. He was a non-factor. In fact, he was the only Hendrick car to not run in the top-10 during this race.
From his view in the booth, Dale Earnhardt Jr. loved everything he saw on the track at Atlanta Motor Speedway. The NASCAR Hall of Famer gushed over the product on the track in year two of the new Atlanta configuration.
When you win, you take it. William Byron is making no apologies for his wild Quaker State 400 win or the way he earned it. You never look a gift horse in the mouth and you never complain about a win in the NASCAR Cup Series.
For his fourth win of the season, William Byron was in the right place at the right time. He is the Quaker State 400 winner after rain ended the race. To avoid another Daytona 2022 moment, NASCAR brought the cars to pit road under a red flag.
HAMPTON, Ga. -- The NASCAR Cup Series races at Atlanta Motor Speedway on Sunday, so it should come as no surprise that Aric Almirola would lead an armada of Ford drivers in time trials for the Quaker State 400 (7 p.m.
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