With thoughts on fallen warriors, Kurt Busch ready to contend in NASCAR’s Memorial Day weekend classic
The 334-lap event proved a valuable learning experience for the combination on their way to a 36th place finish.
Matt Kenseth took the victory at Kansas, and later the team was penalized for non-conforming parts on his Toyota. The Joe Gibbs Racing Toyota team appealed the decision which as decided on by the NASCAR Appeal Panel.
Jimmie Johnson: Our house is a very, very, very fine house
Jeff Gordon: "It's hard to believe I've run that many - especially consecutively."
“We battled a lack of grip, a lack of track position and handling issues all night,” said Ryan Newman.
The Chief Appellate Officer for National Stock Car Racing statement did include one minor change by reducing the suspensions for 7 of the team members.
Marcos Ambrose were one of the fastest teams on the track, but bad luck strikes again and the the No. 9 Ford driver finished the day in 20th-place.
Three NASCAR Sprint Cup Series teams penalized following race at Texas Motor Speedway: One car from Michael Waltrip Racing and two cars from Penske Racing
The new Air Titan developed by NASCAR’s Research and Development Center has the goal of reducing track drying time by 80%.
Tony Stewart Racing had two midget sprints, named "The Munchkin," entered in the 16th Annual Rumble In Fort Wayne, an indoor midget dirt race.
Tony Stewart is not only a champion in NASCAR but also in Sprint car racing including the World of Outlaws. The owner, driver will miss this weekend’s NSCS race at Watkins Glen.
It is now official with the naming of the sponsor and car number: Harvick with Stewart-Haas Racing in 2014. Where will Newman end up is still the question. Montoya crashes during practice at the Magic Mile in Loudon.
Danica Patrick: "Ricky [Stenhouse Jr.] loves Sprint Car racing and racing on dirt, that flipping and crashing is very much a part of that sport."
Matt Kenseth enjoyed celebrating with his JGR team after their success at Kansas Speedway but days later came the news from NASCAR, and the statement from TRD.
Highlighted by NASCAR's 55th running of the Coca-Cola 600 on May 25, Charlotte Motor Speedway will host nearly 100 days of racing, car shows, concerts, light displays and more during a fun-filled 2014 schedule.
Joe Gibbs Racing’s driver Denny Hamlin has been diagnosed with a L1 compression fracture.
The NASCAR Sprint Cup Series teams wrapped up their Daytona International Speedway testing of the new cars for the 2013 season.
Stewart-Haas Racing's Danica Patrick becomes first female to win a NASCAR Sprint Cup Series pole. Last year she won the Nationwide Series pole at Daytona.
After more than two years in the making, the car that helped bring back “stock car to NASCAR” is ready to take to Daytona track.
AJ Allmendinger lost his ride last year due to failing the NASCAR random drug test. He ended up in the NASCAR Road to Recovery and made his return to racing. Now it appears his former team boss will give him a shot in an IndyCar.
NASCAR chairman Brian France informed the Associated Press that no penalties had been assessed after the Auto Club Speedway race in Fontana, California.
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".
The budding romance between Danica Patrick and Ricky Stenhouse Jr. took center stage and was not only addressed by the two of them but their fellow competitors as well.
NASCAR looks for ways of giving the fans what they paid to see, and waiting for a track to dry is not good for the sport.
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.
Kurt Busch comments on the difference between his NASCAR Cup car and the V8 Supercar that he took for a ride at the Circuit of the Americas in Austin, Texas.
No. 20 Joe Gibbs Toyota, sort of, won their appeal while Penske Racing lost their cause except for the suspensions being reduced.
The star driver's injury away from his full-time Sprint Cup series commitment sparked controversy.
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.