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Veteran driver Jamie McMurray has landed another NASCAR ride, this time on TV.
Japanese driver Takuma Koga is changing teams in the NASCAR K&N Pro Series West next season.
Dale Earnhardt Jr. still has an “itch” to drive but these days he’s more concerned with working to become a better TV broadcaster.
NASCAR Next member Anthony Alfredo will compete part-time in the Truck Series next season.
Two of racing’s legends make up the National Motorsports Press Association’s Hall of Fame Class of 2019.
Alex Bowman wanted more out of his fulltime debut in the NASCAR Cup Series with Hendrick Motorsports but is ready for a “reset” heading into 2019.
Two of Joe Gibbs Racing’s top Xfinity Series crew chiefs are moving up in new roles in the Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series next season.
After earning his first series win, John Hunter Nemechek will get the opportunity to compete for a NASCAR Xfinity Series championship next season.
The NASCAR spring triple-header weekend at Texas Motor Speedway is adding even more races.
Blake Koch will return to full-time competition in the NASCAR Xfinity Series next season.
Two days after announcing he was leaving Stewart-Haas Racing, Cup series champion Kurt Busch has a new NASCAR home.
2017 Daytona 500 winner Kurt Busch confirmed Sunday night that he will not be returning to Stewart-Haas Racing next season.
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While Daniel Suarez says his time at Joe Gibbs Racing was “really good,” when it came to his hurried move to the NASCAR Cup Series, he felt he never had a “winning team.”
Natalie Decker is vastly expanding her racing schedule in 2019, including making her NASCAR national series debut.
Chase Elliott continued a very remarkable streak in NASCAR.
Chase Briscoe will return to full-time competition in NASCAR next season.
Jimmie Johnson has spent some time in a Formula One simulator this week and enjoyed the visit to Abu Dhabi but said he now “can’t wait to get in that car.”
For the second consecutive season, Chevrolet had no drivers contending for the Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series championship.
Joey Logano’s path to his first Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series championship was not an easy one and it required a slight detour to his past.
The final pairing of driver Jimmie Johnson and crew chief Chad Knaus ended not with a bang, but a whimper.
Roger Penske knows a thing or two about good race car drivers and perhaps more about good people.
The night time was not the right time for Kevin Harvick at Homestead-Miami Speedway.
Move over “Big 3” – you have to add a fourth: Joey Logano is the 2018 Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series champion.
Kyle Larson passed Kevin Harvick off Turn 4 of the final lap to take the Stage 2 victory at Homestead.