Still winless, but still in the points lead
I may be in the minority with my friend Ryan Hyatt, but here are my thoughts on what we should do about the fight that ensued after the checkered flag flew at Richmond last weekend...
The aftermath of the NASCAR Sprint Cup race in Richmond has bitten Michael Waltrip Racing with the news that NAPA will leave at end of the season.
NASCAR has issued penalties to Marcos Ambrose and Casey Mears following their altercation at Richmond last weekend.
Marcos Ambrose and team owner Richard Petty talk about the fight that led to NASCAR fining Marcos $25,000 and placing him on probation for one month.
Was Joey Logano's move ahead of David Gilliland in Richmond set-up between the two Ford teams?
NASCAR president Mike Helton replies to questions on the penalties handed out to the Michael Waltrip Racing team following the Richmond race. NASCAR vice-president of competition Robin Pemberton was also present.
It was an exciting night under the lights at Richmond in a race that saw cars bursting into flames, drivers going three wide for the lead in the closing laps, and there were even a few punches thrown!
More on the fallout from the Richmond race with changes effective immediately, and some to come later.
Nine of the first 26 regular-season races have been run, and Stewart-Haas Racing and Team Penske have recorded three victories each.
The entire Toyota Owners 400 race at the Richmond International Raceway kept the fans attention, even during the cautions.
The top stories as NASCAR's best head to Richmond International Raceway...
Statements from Stewart-Haas Racing regarding NASCAR ruling to include Ryan Newman and No. 39 team in 2013 Chase for the NASCAR Sprint Cup
Danica Patrick searching for more short-track success
Washington Redskins QB Robert Griffin III ended up as the pace car driver for tonight's NASCAR Sprint Cup race at Richmond because of a series of tweets instigated by Dale Earnhardt Jr.
NASCAR Sprint Cup qualifying at Richmond International Raceway was rained out Friday.
Prior to the start of the Chicagoland race - the first one in the Chase for the Sprint Cup - NASCAR announced the new restart rules.
Richard Petty returned to the race track Friday at Richmond International Raceway.
The ball is now in the lap of Martin Truex Jr.