The Prowler

Cole Custer, driver of the No. 00 Jacob Companies Ford for Stewart-Haas Racing, finished first in the first NASCAR Xfinity Series practice with a top speed of 178.218 mph, good enough for a time of 31.108 seconds. No manufacturer dominated the top five, but Chevy had nine drivers finish in the top 15.

Custer tops balanced top five in first NXS practice

February 22, 2019

In the the first NASCAR Xfinity Series practice of the day, Cole Custer, driver of the No. 00 Jacob Companies Ford for Stewart-Haas Racing, topped all...

Clint Bowyer, driver of  No. 14 Haas Automation Ford Stewart-Haas Racing, paced the first practice with a speed of 180.152 mph and a time of 30.774 seconds. Teammate Aric Almirola placed second behind Bowyer with a speed of 179.998 mph and a time of 30.802 seconds.

Fords, Toyotas fast in opening practice

February 22, 2019

Clint Bowyer, driver of the No. 14 Haas Automation Ford for Stewart-Haas Racing, topped the only Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series practice of the day ...

NASCAR Xfinity drivers compete in last year’s Rinnai 250 at Atlanta Motor Speedway. The three top NASCAR series return to Atlanta this weekend after action-packed season openers at Daytona. New body styles, aero packages, and engine configurations pose many unknowns to the weekend’s events as teams familiarize themselves with many unknowns to begin the 2019 season.

After Daytona drama, NASCAR returns to AMS

February 20, 2019

NASCAR’s opening weekend at Daytona gave fans quite a show with two first-time winners shocking both the Xfinity Series and Gander Outdoor Truck Series...

FOX Sports reporter Kaitlyn Vincie holds the microphone while reporting from pit road in 2015. Vincie embodies the idea of starting local and early. She started by uploading YouTube videos that she made at home covering races at Langley Speedway in Hampton, Virginia. The NASCAR fandom allowed for her to gain attention, and she caught the eye of FOX Sports.

Start small, go big

February 20, 2019

Every journalist starts off hearing start local and start early as a way to make it to the top. Kaitlyn Vincie, the newest host of NASCAR’s Gander Outdo...

Kyle Larson wheels his car around the high banks of Atlanta Motor Speedway during a practice session for the 2018 Folds of Honor QuikTrip 500. Thirty minutes away, a long weekend full of entertainment awaits. Spend three days at AMS filled with fan-friendly events and plenty of racing action.

Top five reasons to go to Atlanta Motor Speedway

February 13, 2019

In thirty minutes, you can watch half an episode or more of almost any television show, quick wash a load of laundry, or drive over to Henry County for ...

Rookie guard Trae Young shoots a floater against the Miami Heat. Young is leading Atlanta through their rebuild, as they prepare for a future that could be brighter than most think.

Wait until these Hawks leave the nest

January 8, 2019

Just a few years ago, Atlanta Hawks fans were watching their team soar to a 60-22 record and the No. 1 seed in the Eastern Conference playoffs. The idea o...

Miami Heat forward Derrick Jones Jr. defends against Atlanta Hawks rookie guard Trae Young.  The two led their respective teams in scoring. Young led the Hawks with 19 points, and Jones contributed 14 for the Heat. The 106-82 win was the third time this season the Hawks defeated the Heat.

Atlanta Hawks find luck in sets of three

January 7, 2019

After defeating the Miami Heat in the first two meetings of the season by a slim margin both times, the Hawks defeated the Heat 106-82 Sunday night in...

Director of Racing Communications Matt Humphrey carts Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series driver Martin Truex Jr. and girlfriend Sherry Pollex around the race track. In being in charge of at-track communications, Humphrey will spend time with the drivers, as well as the journalists to ensure that everything gets done as it should.

It’s not where you start, but where you finish

November 14, 2018

Everyone is told that a four-year college degree is the only way to be successful, and without education it is hard to hit your dreams. NASCAR’s Dir...