Counting down the top moments of 2013, the loss of Speed Channel was chased at the #2 top moment of the year gone by.
The star driver's injury away from his full-time Sprint Cup series commitment sparked controversy.
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.
Continuing to oversee Green Innovation, Lynch will bolster NASCAR’s position as sports sustainability leader in elevated role.
NASCAR and teams step closer to 2014 competition packages
2013 Champion’s Week among most enjoyable for six-time title holder.
NASCAR vice president and chief communications officer, Brett Jewkes, announced significant changes to the eligibility criteria and selection process for new NASCAR Hall of Fame members.
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.
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.
Owens will lead Almirola and No. 43 team
Tony Stewart will be the cover boy for the 2014 NASCAR game.
Dale Earnhardt won six of his seven championships in the No. 3 RCR Chevy.
Without a doubt, Matt Kenseth made the right move by switching to the Joe Gibbs Racing Toyota team.
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.
Helton said. "I think we could sustain an argument that it's one of the most challenging championships in all of sports."
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.
Trevor Bayne found out this summer he suffers from MS, but will soldier on in his outstanding NASCAR career.
Juan Pablo Montoya is facing a large fine and back taxes after the IRS calls him on what they call a sham.