Finish Line | It seems like an eternity since the 2016 NASCAR season ended in late November, but the top series – now renamed the Monster Energy Series, will be in action this weekend at Daytona International Speedway with the Clash on Saturday night and 500 qualifying Sunday.view
With the 2017 Daytona 500 less than three weeks away, NBC Sports Network will hit begin the fourth season of its daily motorsports show, “NASCAR America” on Monday, Feb. 13 at 3 p.m. PT.view
Finish Line | The long and grueling NASCAR Sprint Cup season that began in February will finally come to an end Sunday at Homestead-Miami Speedway where the 2016 Champion will be crowned.
Finish Line | Kevin Harvick has owned Phoenix International Raceway over his career and he’s going to have to win Sunday’s Round of 8 finale if he wants a chance to move on to next week’s Championship Round at Homestead and the opportunity to win his second Sprint Cup title.view
Finish Line | Jimmie Johnson became the first driver to punch his ticket in the Championship Round with a win at Martinsville on Sunday, the ninth of his career there. Only three spots remain with two races to go in the Round of 8 until the season finale at Homestead-Miami Speedway on Nov. 20 where the 2016 Sprint Cup championship will be crowned.view
An effort in Virginia to revive the shuttered Colonial Downs horseracing track near Richmond has resulted in proposed legislation to allow “historical horseracing” clearing the Virginia House Appropriations Committee by a 21-1 vote on Friday.
Caesars Entertainment has revealed it will now check its guests' hotel rooms every 24 hours, even if guests have a "Do Not Disturb" sign displayed on the door.
The two Connecticut casino/resorts, Foxwoods and Mohegan Sun, broke out of the gate slowly in 2018 with Foxwoods posting a 2.5 decrease in slot revenue and Mohegan Sun a 5.3 percent slot revenue decrease for January.
Rhode Island lawmakers, now considering legalizing sports gambling, will now be subject to official lobbying efforts by the National Basketball Association and Major League Baseball.
A plan, in which Japanese nationals and foreigners living in the country would face significant restrictions on attending proposed casinos, has been floated by the government to the lawmakers of the Liberal Democratic Party, led by Prime Minister Shinzo Abe.