Gordon's (U)GA trip begins Thursday
43 drivers will dare to accept the challenge of conquering the majestic concrete palace known as Thunder Valley
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.
Regarding Tony Stewart's injury and the negative comments since his crash racing sprint cars, Jimmie Johnson stated: "I’ve been disappointed that people have given him a hard time over it."
In the NASCAR Nationwide Series, past Indy 500 winner Sam Hornish Jr. is returning to the Brickyard with the points lead.
The Crown Royal Presents the Samuel Deeds 400 at the Brickyard will mark the 20th race at the iconic Indianapolis Motor Speedway for the NASCAR Sprint Cup Series.
Gordon enters the weekend with confidence. Will he depart as a five-time Brickyard 400 winner?
NASCAR writer Reid Spencer shares his memories of the Brickyard
Jeff Gordon: "It's just whether or not you get caught up in it or not."
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.
Jeff Gordon is the all-time NASCAR leader in road course victories with nine.
In 40 starts at the two-mile track, the four-time NASCAR Cup Series champion has two wins, five poles, 18 top-fives and 25 top-10's.
Wild race at Dover International Speedway saw a bit of controversy toward the end but Tony Stewart and his SHR Chevy team enjoy their celebration. It was a sweep of the podium for the Chevy teams.
Gordon's mindset for NASCAR's longest race has changed over the course of 20 years.
Speed thrills: NASCAR Sprint All-Star Race week unlike any in all of sports
Matt Kenseth thought he was dreaming at the end of the NASCAR Sprint Cup Series race but he was wide awake when he scored his first career win at Darlington Speedway.
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"!
Jeff Gordon: "It's hard to believe I've run that many - especially consecutively."
Jeff Gordon and Hendrick's No, 24 crew hope to add another Richmond victory to their tally at the Virginia track.
With a new race car, past statistics at Texas may not be true indicators as to what will happen.
In 24 starts at Texas Motor Speedway, Gordon has a lone win (2009), two poles, eight top-fives and 11 top-10's.