3-7-14: The NASCAR on FOX TV schedule for Las Vegas Motor Speedway races was released:
Friday, March 7
NASCAR SPRINT CUP SERIES PRACTICE (2:00-3:30 PM ET) (FOX SPORTS 1)
NASCAR NATIONWIDE SERIES PRACTICE (3:30-4:30 PM ET) (FOX Sports 1)
NASCAR LIVE (4:30-5:00 PM ET) (FOX Sports 1)
NASCAR NATIONWIDE SERIES FINAL PRACTICE (5:00-6:30 PM ET) (FOX Sports 1)
NASCAR SPRINT CUP SERIES QUALIFYING (6:30-8:00 PM ET) (FOX Sports 1)
Saturday, March 8
NASCAR SPRINT CUP SERIES PRACTICE (11:30 AM-12:30 PM ET) (FOX Sports 2)
NASCAR NATIONWIDE SERIES QUALIFYING (12:30-2:00 PM ET) (FOX Sports 2)
NASCAR LIVE (2:00-2:30 PM ET) (FOX Sports 2)
NASCAR SPRINT CUP SERIES FINAL PRACTICE (2:30-3:30 PM ET) (FOX Sports 2)
Sunday, March 9
NASCAR RACEDAY (1:30-2:30 PM ET) (FOX Sports 1)
FOX NASCAR SUNDAY (2:30-3:00 PM ET) (FOX)
NASCAR SPRINT CUP SERIES RACING FROM PHOENIX (3:00 PM ET) (FOX)
NASCAR VICTORY LANE (8:00-8:30 PM ET) (FOX Sports 1)
3-6-14: Kyle Busch, who recently announced his plans to race in both the Indy 500 and the Coca Cola 600 on the same has taken his efforts to social media. Fans who follow him on twitter and visit his new site will be able to track his workout progress, and his travels between the two tracks.
3-5-14: Kevin Harvick and his Chevrolet won the NASCAR Sprint Series race in Phoenix this past Sunday, titled 10th Annual The Profit on CNBC 500. It is his first victory and first top 10 finish in 2014. Dale Earnhardt Jr finished second, Brad Keselowski placed third, Joey Logano fourth and Jeff Gordon fifth.
3-4-14: Kurt Busch hopes to be the fourth driver in NASCAR history to race in both the Indianapolis 500 and the Coca Cola 600 on May 25th. The combined mileage for the racers would be 1,100. The other three drivers to “do the double” were Tony Stewart (twice), John Andretti in 1999, and Robby Gordon in 2004.