Gordon, McMurray and Earnhardt Jr. give their commentary on the multi-car testing crash Friday afternoon. Earnhardt took responsibility for starting it.
Smith is okay with the idea but he does not want to sound like an ambulance chaser. United SportsCar Racing will have a home with FOX Sports in its debut season.
With Montoya's departure from EGR, two names are already rumored for the 2014 vacant seat.
NASCAR Sprint Cup testing was uneventful until Earnhardt Jr. decided to give Ambrose a push going down the back stretch. It did not work out as planned. A total of 12 cars were involved in the crash that followed.
Owen Kelly will make his NASCAR Sprint Cup debut at The Glen with Phoenix Racing. He returns to the JGR team at Mid-Ohio for the Nationwide race.
Dillon will join Paul Menard in the No. 27 and Ryan Newman in the No. 31.
After Thursday on track testing action, Fan Fest will host question and answer sessions with the drivers for the fans.
The magic moment came last Sunday when Earnhardt Jr. was in the lead on lap 34 in Charlotte.
Dale Earnhardt Jr., No. 88 National Guard Chevrolet SS met with media and discussed the new race car, his anticipations for the Daytona 500 race, tandem racing, his view of the season, concussion impact testing, and more.
Johnson earns fifth Sprint Cup this season, and his first in The Chase at Dover International Speedway. Teammate Earnhardt Jr gives Hendrick team 1-2 finish.
Hamlin: If it wasn't for bad luck. Smoke rises from penalty.
Letarte and his entire No. 88 Hendrick Motorsports Chevrolet team are the ones behind the progress that Earnhardt Jr. has made.
Kentucky Speedway has a new track record after Dale Earnhardt Jr. nailed down a hot lap in today’s NASCAR Spring Cup Series qualifying for Saturday night’s race in Sparta, Kentucky.
The picture of the Chase for the Sprint Cup title changed for Newman when Logano took the Michigan win. Once again Hendrick Motorsports team leaves the Irish Hills empty-handed.
Winning team owner Rick Hendrick said: “He’s a special guy that doesn’t wave the flag; he lets his actions speak for him.”
NASCAR writer Reid Spencer shares his memories of the Brickyard