Well, well, well, 2007 Nextel Cup champ Jimmie Johnson's been moved from
"in" to "on top" of the golf cart from which he was flung.
Photo by Kurt Dahlstrom.
A racer who's exhibited considerable skill whether astride a...
Denny Hamlin's crew just won a big bet against the No. 20
team of Tony Stewart.
The two crews had wagered as to whether or not Hamlin could finish better
in points his rookie season than Tony Stewart.
Photo by Kurt ...
Jimmie Johnson's road to the 2006 NASCAR Nextel Cup series
title was filled with potholes.
2006 NASCAR Nextel Cup champion Jimmie Johnson celebrates.
Photo by General Motors and Wieck Media Services.
The year started off on a sour...
Sometimes retirement really does mean goodbye.
In a NASCAR-world of partial schedules, retirement tours that don't reach
fruition and racers that stay in the game far past their prime; two-two
series champion and Texas native Terry Labonte will...
Brian Vickers went out dead last in qualifying for Nextel Cup teams and hit
a home run. He wheeled the No. 25 Chevrolet to the pole position with a lap of
196.235 mph, the only driver to break the 196-mph mark.
NASCAR will run smaller restrictor plates at Talladega Superspeedway
this weekend after practice times for several Nextel Cup teams topped
the 198-mph mark. NASCAR called a crew chief meeting at 6:30 am this
morning to announce the ...
The new track surface promoted lightning quick lap times during final
practice at Talladega Superspeedway with speeds topping the 198-mph
mark. Robby Gordon toured the 2.66-mile superspeedway with the top time
of 198.507 mph.
Mark Martin is the boy that cried retirement. For the
third year in a row, Martin has put off stepping out of a Cup series car.
He announced Friday that he will depart Roush Racing at the end of 2006 to
join MB2 Motorsports.
Chip Ganassi Racing with Felix Sabates Racing announced Sunday at
Chicagoland Speedway that Team McLaren Mercedes Formula One driver Juan
Pablo Montoya will pilot the No. 42 Dodge starting in 2007. A native of
Colombia, Montoya has seven wins and...
Just a few days after Jeremy Mayfield wanted to file a missing persons
report on car owner Ray Evernham, the duo visited the media to set the
record straight. Friday, Mayfield alleged that perhaps one of the reasons
the No. 19 Dodge was not...
There was a shortage of fireworks for NASCAR's July 4th weekend spectacular
at Daytona International Speedway. Things didn't get compelling until the
race's final three laps, and then a final lap caution ended the Pepsi 400
with a ...
Doug Richert knew that it was time to do something.
His team was mired in a miserable start to the season and he was
beginning to get the sense that it was weighing on his team. So Richert,
crew chief for Greg Biffle's National Guard ...
Greg Biffle earned his second career pole and first in two years at Las
Vegas Motor Speedway. Biffle's lap of 172.403 mph just eclipsed Tony Stewart
for the top starting spot.
Photo by Getty Images.
"Those cars make a ton...
Matt Kenseth really doesn't see Las Vegas as a gamble at all.
Despite the glamour and glitz of the casino strip, Kenseth is far more
focused on the mile and a half of asphalt that makes up Las Vegas Motor
Speedway. It's there that Kenseth has ...
Matt Kenseth wheeled the No. 17 Roush Racing Ford into Victory Lane as
he won his 11th NASCAR Nextel Cup Series win race. Kenseth led 40 of 251
laps to garner his first victory on the California Speedway oval.
It may have taken Chad Knaus losing his hard card and being ejected from
the race track for Jimmie Johnson to hit pay dirt at Daytona. A week
after his crew chief was suspended and removed from the garage area by
NASCAR for cheating, Team 48...
Elliott Sadler's love affair with Daytona has always seemed short-lived. Under
the tutelage of new crew chief Tommy Baldwin, Jr., Sadler is hoping that
lady luck smiles through to the Daytona 500.
Photo by Eric ...
There may never be another driver that means as much to the sport of NASCAR
as Dale Earnhardt. This weekend marks the fifth anniversary of his death
during a last-lap crash at the Daytona 500.
A Dale Earnhardt flag shines in the sun...
Jimmie Johnson still hopes he can wheel the No. 48 Hendrick Chevy into
victory lane at Daytona. However, he's going to have to do it without his crew chief.
Earlier this week Chad Knaus was ejected from all Daytona 500 activities
after an ...
Race 1: Elliott Sadler ends up with the victory
Mother Nature apparently is not a big fan of Speedweeks: the second major event
of the ten-day race fest was delayed for over an hour-and-a-half due to
The fall-out from Sunday's disqualification of Jimmie Johnson's No. 48
qualification run was announced today at the NASCAR camp.
Chad Knaus and Jimmie Johnson.
Photo by John Dunagan - Fastlines.
Johnson's Hendrick Chevrolet failed...
The rookie of the year race just got a lot more interesting. Denny Hamlin
made his mark in the Nextel Cup series by wheeling the No. 11 Joe Gibbs
Racing Chevrolet to a victory in the Budweiser Shootout.
Race winner Denny Hamlin ...