The primary governing factors in the decision to keep the Chase status quo was the overwhelming response from fans.
From the dirt in Tulsa to the high banks of Daytona, Kyle Larson just wants to race.
Could the four-time NASCAR champion be looking at a TV career after racing?
Dinger enters Daytona with a new car and a new attitude.
In a Motorsport.com exclusive, Gordon's former crew chief weighs in on the champion's career.
Four-time Cup champion stops short of retiring, but 2015 will be his last full season.
The former truck champ partners with Curtis Key in an effort to make the Great American Race.
Brian Vickers will return at Las Vegas.
For the second day, the court heard testimony in regards to the Kurt Busch domestic abuse investigation.
There is also a slight discrepancy in Driscoll's testimony.
Veteran Bob Osborne returns to the pit box.
Richard Petty Motorsports team owner Andy Murstein calls the response "overwhelming".
Murstein offers fans a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to see the Great American Race.
With 2014 coming to a close, here's a final look back on the 2014 Chase format.
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.
Looking back over the top 20 moments of 2014, we could not help but mention the new Chase for the Championship format that saw fist fights, brawls and a lot of on track action too.
Looking back over the top moments of 2014, we simply couldn't nail down one of these stories to make the list, so we thought they could share. Will Power wins the IndyCar title, and Dale Jr joins Twitter.
Looking back over the top moments of 2014, we find ourselves at #16, and the Memorial Day double attempt by NASCAR ace Kurt Busch.
Looking back over the top moments of 2014, we find ourselves at #17, and Marcos Ambrose's decision to head back to Australia and the V8 Supercar series