Rodney Childers' leap of faith lands his first Sprint Cup Championship.
Roger Penske could potentially make motorsports history today.
All four drivers set to battle for the Sprint Cup have never won the championship before.
Before you respond with a bunch of incensed comments, just hear me out here.
Ryan Newman has no reason to apologize.
Jeff Gordon comes into Sunday’s race squarely on the bubble, sitting fourth in points, one point ahead of Matt Kenseth.
Logano, the Chase leader, can lock up one of four available spots in the Nov. 16 championship race at Homestead-Miami Speedway.
This week, we have one top per NASCAR's three national series.
NASCAR's new Chase format is working out just as they hoped it would, but perhaps, it's working out too well.
Since PIR was repaved in 2011, Kevin Harvick has won three of the six events there and also posted a runner-up finish.
Keselowski had made even-tempered Jeff Gordon angry enough to fight.
We know a little more about what 'Boys, have at it!' doesn't mean.
Clint Bowyer stepped in for a sick Elliott Sadler during the Nationwide race, finishing ninth.
Gordon position atop the standings is hardly secure.
The 2015 Australian V8 Supercar season will see the return of Marcos Ambrose, which could potentially be bad news for Jamie Whincup.
Can lightning strike twice for Keselowski?
The three round fiasco involving Kasey Kahne and Brian Vickers at Martinsville shows just what can happen to a driver's patience at short tracks.
Johnson has referred to likely changes on his team next year.
There's a lot to talk about as NASCAR heads into the final four weeks of their season.
When top drivers are 'eliminated,' that may be as far as some TV viewers look.
NASCAR’s most precarious, unpredictable track was the setting for the most pivotal race of the season for Dale Earnhardt Jr. and teammate Jimmie Johnson.