Joie Chitwood, Daytona International Speedway president and Steve O'Donnell NASCAR’s senior vice president of racing operations provided the update on injuries.
While the winning team in the NASCAR Nationwide Series team celebrating at Richmond, an altercation on pit road took place between Brian Scott and Nelson Piquet Jr. which later led to two arrests.
Joe Gibbs Racing development driver to wheel the No. 20 Toyota.
Dale Jr. is making one racer's dreams come true this weekend.
A Team Penske affiliated driver drove a Ford to victory in each of the three national touring NASCAR series competing at Bristol.
Four years after memorable Daytona 500 win, Bayne will revive the No. 6 Roush Fenway Racing Ford with full-time support from AdvoCare
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.
Team Penske fine-tuning the No. 2 team before the Chase begins
Michael Annett was involved in a 11-car crash in the Nationwide race in Daytona on lap 116 which caused a red flag. The race was restarted.
RFR announces their 2015 Sprint Cup lineup sans Carl Edwards.
Kyle Busch led from start to finish in Friday night's NASCAR Nationwide Series race.
Kevin Harvick was unstoppable
Joe Chitwood said that 14 people were transported off-site and 14 were treated on-site after the last lap incident.
Daytona Beach, Flordia
NASCAR and International Speedway Corporation have hired a law firm to deal with the expected lawsuits following crash which caused injuries to the spectators in the Nationwide Series race.
Amanda Vincent, NASCAR correspondent
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.
Earnhardt and veteran Nationwide Series owner Johnny Davis announced the partnership Friday.