Chevrolet and Hendrick Motorsports have driven to a total of 219 NASCAR Sprint Cup Series wins and 11 NASCAR Sprint Cup Series championships.
There are few things Earnhardt Jr. would enjoy more than following his father’s example.
Hamlin is often in the public eye, more so than most other drivers, and believes his high profile makes him a target for criticism.
Edwards stopped by the infield media center for a Q&A session with reporters and discussed a variety of issues after practice.
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NASCAR returns to Sonoma Raceway June 20-22 for the Toyota/Save Mart 350.
The popular driver drove the late entertainer's famous 1973 Stutz.
Wrap up comments about NASCAR races in that weekend in Fontana.
Rush Truck Centers/Mobil 1 driver finishes fifth in Fontana.
Though Truex and the single-car Furniture Row Racing team were continually faced with adversity throughout the weekend, they kept bouncing back.
The Roush Fenway Racing driver battled with a loose handling race car after starting the day from the ninth spot.
Tires were a source of trouble for some teams in California.
Hamlin was replaced by Sam Hornish Jr., who had come to Fontana as a possible relief driver for Matt Kenseth.
Joey Logano, talked about the incident and what it means for tomorrow.
Hamlin is trying to forget the incident with Joey Logano.
Six team Chevy driver’s will start in the top-12.
Brad Keselowski: “I have had a lot of fun with this new format. I don’t feel like a very good qualifier."
Edwards spoke about what the win means for the rest of the season, and how it impacts the 99 team this weekend in California.
To Jimmie, points are just as important as wins until Homestead.
Kyle Larson, driver of the No. 42 Target Chevrolet SS, met with members of the media to talk about his finish at Bristol last weekend, and other topics.
Jimmie Johnson, No. 48 Lowe’s “Spring Is Calling” Chevrolet SS, met with members of the media at Auto Club Speedway.
After a strong showing at the 1.5-mile track in Las Vegas two weeks ago, Bowyer hopes that some March Madness ensues Sunday in Victory Lane at Fontana.