Counting down the top moments of 2013, the loss of Speed Channel was chased at the #2 top moment of the year gone by.
Tony Stewart Racing had two midget sprints, named "The Munchkin," entered in the 16th Annual Rumble In Fort Wayne, an indoor midget dirt race.
The star driver's injury away from his full-time Sprint Cup series commitment sparked controversy.
Jimmie Johnson piles it on; Jeff Gordon earns coveted Lifetime Achievement Award.
Our number 16 top moment of 2013 is Jimmie Johnson's 6th title in the NASCAR Sprint Cup Series, bringing him to within striking distance of the all time record.
The main goal was to determine data for any potential rule changes, on NASCAR's Generation Six race car, that might create rule changes for the upcoming 2014 season.
NASCAR and teams step closer to 2014 competition packages
Dillon will join Paul Menard in the No. 27 and Ryan Newman in the No. 31.
The test follows an initial gathering of data in October, also at Charlotte.
2013 Champion’s Week among most enjoyable for six-time title holder.
Dale Earnhardt Jr. named most popular driver for 11th consecutive season
On paper the timing of the two races certainly doesn't make sense. But does it actually matter?
NASCAR creates new award for outstanding contributions.
Let the debate begin.
Drivers stole the show but the fans took home the prizes at the Fremont Street Experience.
Jimmie Johnson answers media questions, meets fans during busy day one.
Just one year after their debut in the series, Swan Racing continues to grow.
Owens will lead Almirola and No. 43 team
Tony Stewart will be the cover boy for the 2014 NASCAR game.
Veteran driver will also test for Brian Vickers at Daytona.