The JGR drivers Hamlin, Kenseth and Bush set the top-three times testing the draft. Most teams concentrated on single car runs with Burton holding the single car fastest lap speed.
On the road course in the Finger Lakes region of New York, Joe Gibbs Racing’s Kyle Busch had his Toyota in the hunt throughout the race to nail down the NASCAR Sprint Cup victory.
The Australian V8 Supercar is 400lbs lighter than a Sprint Cup car, but only has 650 horsepower compared to 950 in NASCAR.
Joe Jennings, NASCAR Correspondent
The entire Toyota Owners 400 race at the Richmond International Raceway kept the fans attention, even during the cautions.
By Nancy Knapp Schilke
Post qualifying press conference...
The first practice for the NASCAR Sprint Unlimited at Daytona started off with a bang.
RFR is looking for another win at Daytona in the Cup series, and their first in the Nationwide Series.
'We are all about fun and goofiness,' said Ben Doernberg, board member at the Dogecoin Foundation
The paint scheme of Trevor Bayne’s No. 21 Motorcraft/Quick Lane Ford Fusion has been altered to mirror that of the Wood Brothers Racing 1963 Ford Galaxie Tiny Lund drove to Ford’s first Daytona 500 victory, exactly 50 years ago to the day of this...
Wild race at Dover International Speedway saw a bit of controversy toward the end but Tony Stewart and his SHR Chevy team enjoy their celebration. It was a sweep of the podium for the Chevy teams.
Fuel bites Kevin Harvick, then helps him win at Phoenix
Rain washes out NASCAR Sprint Cup Series qualifying at the Las Vegas Motor Speedway. Field set by 2012 points which puts Danica Patrick 37th on the grid.
No. 20 Joe Gibbs Toyota, sort of, won their appeal while Penske Racing lost their cause except for the suspensions being reduced.
Hendrick Motorsports Chevrolet and Jimmie Johnson proved that they are ready to add to their tally if wins Martinsville with a record time during qualifying for the NASCAR Sprint Cup race.
Richard Childress Racing's Kevin Harvick took the first win of the 2013 season. The now named Sprint Unlimited "shootout" was a non-points race to open the NASCAR Cup season.
Brad Keselowski and team owner Roger Penske were the men of the hour at the NASCAR Sprint Cup Series final night of celebration in Las Vegas, Nevada. Special award winners included Jimmie Johnson and Tony Stewart.
Concord, North Carolina
Martinsville aka “the paper clip” is both challenging for the drivers and for the pit crews and while Gordon and Johnson are the favorites with Hamlin sidelined, one must remember that Martin is in the #11