There was urgency in Brad Keselowski’s voice—because there is an abiding urgency in the soul of the 2012 NASCAR Sprint Cup Series champion.
The second-generation driver has accumulated 134 wins in all three NASCAR national series.
Every time the NASCAR Sprint Cup Series comes to a road course, reporters pop the same question—incessantly.
McMurray’s speed of 96.350 mph eclipsed Marcos Ambrose’s 2012 track qualifying record of 95.262 mph.
Johnson visited Victory Lane for the 69th time in his NASCAR Sprint Cup Series career.
Jimmie Johnson: "... and for so many years, my dad was here and I wanted to win this race with him here."
Company’s success with Speedway basis for extension with longest track entitlement sponsor.
Juan Pablo Montoya stopped by the infield media center to talk about making a cameo stock car appearance this weekend.
Kasey Kahne met with members of the media at Michigan International Speedway and discussed resigning of Farmers Insurance, racing at Michigan.
Martin Truex Jr. and his single-car team is looking to continue the momentum in this weekend’s Quicken Loans 400 Sprint Cup Series race.
Dale Earnhardt Jr: "I had a little bit of temperature, but nothing to worry about."
Jeff Burton, who was originally slated to run the Michigan race, now will be entered in the July 13 Sprint Cup Series event at New Hampshire Motor Speedway.
The champ is back.
The first 13 races have produced 10 different winners.
Tony Stewart met with members of the media at Dover International Speedway and discussed getting back in a sprint car for the first time since his accident last year.
Jeff Gordon knew what it would take to see the checkered flag Sunday night.