The jet dryer was first used in the early-70s to melt snow at Michigan International Speedway.
This is the second of eight webisodes chronicling RFR drivers Greg Biffle, Ryan Reed, Trevor Bayne and Chris Buescher
This week’s debut webisode features RFR team owner Jack Roush challenging his drivers to determine who wins the honors of being the first to test drive the car...
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.
Let the debate begin.
Winning team owner Rick Hendrick said: “He’s a special guy that doesn’t wave the flag; he lets his actions speak for him.”
Aric Almirola: "It really is an honor to drive this 41 and the tribute for Maurice."
Points leader Kenseth had a rough day at Kansas Speedway.
Tony Stewart: "I'm going to take full advantage of whatever time I've got on this earth..."
Recently named to race the No. 42 next year for Earnhardt Ganassi Racing, Larson was busy today at Atlanta Motor Speedway. The young driver will focus now for Saturday's NASCAR Nationwide night race.
Kurt Busch knows what he needs to accomplish on Saturday night at Bristol
After today's victory, Ryan Newman replied back to his crew chief Matt Borland: "You get to drive the tractor."
In the NASCAR Nationwide Series, past Indy 500 winner Sam Hornish Jr. is returning to the Brickyard with the points lead.
NASCAR writer Reid Spencer shares his memories of the Brickyard
Special NASCAR writer Reid Spencer interviewed Bobby Allison after Jimmie Johnson tied the record of earning both Daytona International Speedway victories in the same year.
The Australian V8 Supercar is 400lbs lighter than a Sprint Cup car, but only has 650 horsepower compared to 950 in NASCAR.
National Rifle Association secures title sponsorship for April’s NASCAR Sprint Cup Series race at Texas Motor Speedway.
Prior to his second win in the Daytona 500 NASCAR Sprint Cup Series season opener, the Hendrick Motorsport team dubbed Jimmie Johnson "Five Time". Today they changed his nickname to "Seven Time".
Johnson in his Hendrick Motorsport Chevrolet will make his 400th career NASCAR Sprint Cup series start in the 55th running of the Daytona 500.