Will Jeff Gordon get the needed points to make it into the 2013 Chase for the Sprint Cup? He did show his determination when he took the pole at Richmond.
Bristol Night Race: The ‘Wild Card’ in the deck
Penske Racing’s Joey Logano sets new NASCAR Sprint Cup qualifying record at Michigan International Speedway on his way to nail down the home pole for the team owner and Ford Motor Company.
The deal between Stewart-Haas Racing and Kurt Busch was the idea team co-owner Gene Haas.
Kurt Busch and the FRR team return are enthusiastic as they prepare for the Daytona Unlimited this weekend.
Racing under the Chicagoland lights was not expected but Mother Nature threw a curve ball in the plans for the opening race of the Chase for the Sprint Cup.
The manufacturer has never won at the California racetrack with the Sprint Cup Series, but Matt Kenseth and Kyle Busch may change that this weekend
The Furniture Row Racing driver has second car wrecked in two days.
It was the defending champion’s day in Loudon for the NASCAR Sprint Cup Series qualifications on the New Hampshire Motor Speedway. Keselowski now owns the track record.
Speed thrills: NASCAR Sprint All-Star Race week unlike any in all of sports
"It was a game-changer," Busch said.
The green flag stop put Busch six laps down.
In recent weeks Kurt Busch has been having fun piloting a V8 Supercar at the Circuit of the Americas and an IndyCar on the famed Indianapolis Motor Speedway. Today he earned the NASCAR Sprint Cup Series pole at Darlington, South Carolina.
The NASCAR Sprint All-Star event does not add points for the championship chase but the pay-off is the goal!
43 drivers will dare to accept the challenge of conquering the majestic concrete palace known as Thunder Valley
Besides the pole winners that have clinched a spot, there are three past Sprint Unlimited champions on the list.
The "Lady in Black" is the scene of this weekend’s NASCAR Sprint Cup Series race, and just like last weekend’s race at Talladega, anything can happen on the track that is "Too Tough To Tame"!
Once again Jimmie Johnson know how to take the big wins even when he has to come from behind!
One would think that since Kyle Busch and Joe Gibbs have dominated the Bristol 500 race that they would be favorites hands down but this is the new Gen-6 car and nothing this season is set in stone.
Driving the Michael Waltrip Racing Toyota, Truex Jr. was the one to beat today as he led 51 of the 100 lap race. Gordon finished second when Montoya ran out of fuel and had to coast to the checkered flag.