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The Winston Cup, dedicated to NASCAR's Winston Cup Era, will be closing down on Dec. 16.
Joshua Davis, WXII12 Multiplatform Journalist
NASCAR leaders came to the North Carolina legislature Thursday, Sept. 28, 2023 to thank lawmakers for public aid in the new state budget and announce a new race at the historic North Wilkesboro Speedway.
NASCAR officials announced Thursday that its 2024 All-Star Race will again be held at the historic North Wilkesboro Speedway, following a triumphant return to the venue in 2023.
Laura Leslie, WRAL capitol bureau chief, and Will Doran, WRAL state government reporter, and Brian Murphy, WRAL
Police in Muskogee, Oklahoma, are investigating the shooting deaths of three relatives of NASCAR driver Jimmie Johnson. Muskogee police spokesperson Lynn Hamlin says the bodies of Jack Janway; his wife, Terry Janway; and their 11-year-old grandson, Dalton Janway, were discovered Monday at a home in Muskogee.
NASCAR driver Cody Ware was arrested Monday in North Carolina.
The Tar Heel Traveler tells a funny, almost unbelievable racing story from right here Raleigh. In the early days of NASCAR, a little monkey named Jocko, teamed with Tim Flock. Jocko Flocko drove the other drivers bananas.
North Carolina-based fast-food chain Bojangles opened its first location in Charlotte on July 6, 1977.
Kathy Hanrahan, WRAL lifestyle editor
North Carolina-based fast food chain Bojangles is rebranding itself with a new logo and celebrity partnership.
Kathy Hanrahan, Out and About editor
Monday, June 15, 2020 -- Capitol Broadcasting Company's editorial cartoonist.
NASCAR driver Bubba Wallace held a Zoom call on Friday after influencing NASCAR to prohibit the confederate flag from its recent events.
WRAL sports anchor Chris Lea spoke with Mandy Mitchell about NASCAR's decision to prohibit the confederate flag from its events.
WRAL News is hearing from more big names in NASCAR about the organization's decision to ban Confederate flags at races. The move came days after the Cup Series' only black driver, Bubba Wallace, called for the ban. He and his fellow drivers shared their thoughts on NASCAR's decision to follow through.
A late first sergeant by the name of Russell Bell will be honored at the upcoming Coca Cola 600 NASCAR race in Charlotte.
Gilbert Baez, WRAL reporter
You'd never guess the quiet patch of woods near Atlantic Avenue was once a NASCAR super speedway, hosting roaring engines and racing legends like Lee Petty, Fireball Roberts and Tim Flock.
Heather Leah, WRAL multiplatform producer
Gov. Roy Cooper and state public health and safety officials provide an April 28, 2020, update on the coronavirus outbreak in North Carolina and the state's response to it.
Speaker of the House joins other Republicans calling for a partial NASCAR restart come Memorial Day Weekend.
Travis Fain, WRAL statehouse reporter
He was known in the NASCAR world as the "Hudson Hornet." But Lee County's Herb Thomas was also known as a legend on the circuit.
Scott Mason, our Tar Heel Traveler, meets a Wilson man who loves all things Richard Petty. He has proven it with hundreds of model cars he's made of the NASCAR racing legend along with many other collectibles.
A tractor trailer hauling a NASCAR race car to Kansas was involved in a crash Wednesday in western North Carolina.
More than 300 birds were either killed or injured after flying into the NASCAR Hall of Fame Tuesday evening.
The new property owners at the Rockingham Speedway, which saw its last race in 2004, have a music festival planned for mid-May, featuring dozens of groups including the Foo Fighters.
Wendell Scott triumphed over other NASCAR racers and race. He is still the only African-American to compete full time in NASCAR's Winston-Cup series.
Retired stock-car driver Ward Burton is a graduate of Hargrave Military Academy, and credits his discipline and determination to the school.
David Larson, freelance reporter