Tony Stewart struggles to get up to speed in 2015.
An odd cyber attack was launched against a number of companies, including the dirt track's website.
Sprint Cup qualifying was delayed, but never started for some such as former champions Jeff Gordon, Matt Kenseth, Tony Stewart and Jimmie Johnson.
Stewart retires to the garage 50 laps into the Daytona 500
Stewart-Haas Racing crew works to get the No. 14 Mobil 1 Chevy back in shape.
Many drivers are upset with the new way the pole is decided for NASCAR's Daytona 500.
Tony Stewart goes into 2015, trying to move forward after a difficult couple of years.
While we call them top moments, unfortunately tragedy strikes the motorsports community. And with incredible implications pertaining to the situation, it makes it as one of the biggest stories of 2014.
Rodney Childers' leap of faith lands his first Sprint Cup Championship.
After 14 seasons, Harvick finally adds Sprint Cup title to his resume.
Haas Automation driver secures 11th top-10 finish of 2014.