The top stories as NASCAR's best head to Richmond International Raceway...
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.
2013 Champion’s Week among most enjoyable for six-time title holder.
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.
Johnson said: "I feel like this team is capable of a lot of great things."
Winning team owner Rick Hendrick said: “He’s a special guy that doesn’t wave the flag; he lets his actions speak for him.”
Six NASCAR Sprint Cup Championships for the No. 48 Hendrick Motorsports Chevrolet team with Jimmie Johnson.
Both Kenseth and Harvick know that only an epic fail by the No. 48 team will open a path for one of them to steal the championship.
Final battles ready to commence for the top-tier of NASCAR.
Rick Hendrick quashes rumors before the season finale at Homestead-Miami Speedway.
Fuel bites Kevin Harvick, then helps him win at Phoenix
2012 NASCAR champion Keselowski's advice to Kenseth? Race Johnson as hard as you can.
Jimmie Johnson's seven-point lead over Matt Kenseth is precarious going into Sunday's AdvoCare 500 in Phoenix.
Jimmie Johnson and his #48 crew hope that they do not have a repeat of a blown tire or any other problems in the penultimate race at Phoenix International Raceway!
Even after Johnson dominated in Texas, Hendrick isn't ready to stake his claim to the championship.
Besides the pole winners that have clinched a spot, there are three past Sprint Unlimited champions on the list.
Roush Fenway Racing’s Carl Edwards now has 13 Sprint Cup career poles.
Thus far, the Chase for the 2013 NASCAR Sprint Cup has been anything but conventional.