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Joe Gibbs has coached his share of exceptional athletes and he has no doubt Kyle Busch possesses a talent matched by few others.
Chip Ganassi Racing drivers Kurt Busch and Kyle Larson both finished in the top-10 for the first time this season in Sunday’s Ticket Guardian 500 at ISM Raceway.
Ryan Truex is admittedly not a patient person so after Saturday’s career-tying run at Phoenix, it’s going to be hard to wait nearly four months for another try.
Like his teammates, Ryan Blaney has enjoyed Team Penske’s early-season success but he’s ready to share in the results as well.
In his latest Motorsport.com column, Pietro Fittipaldi talks you through his competitive IndyCar debut and his first-ever single-seater race on an oval track at Phoenix.
Firestone's Cara Adams says it was “really neat” for Josef Newgarden’s Phoenix win to be clinched by grabbing a new set of tires for the final shootout – and that the company met its tire drop-off targets.
Schmidt Peterson Motorsports co-owner Sam Schmidt says he has no regrets over leaving Robert Wickens on old tires for the sprint to the checkered flag in last night’s IndyCar race at Phoenix’s ISM Raceway.
Team Penske-Chevrolet’s Josef Newgarden delivered a brilliant display to take his first IndyCar win of 2018 at Phoenix after a shootout with oval debutant Robert Wickens, James Hinchcliffe and Alexander Rossi.
Although IndyCar’s spec 2018 aerokit theoretically allows the teams to make one fewer pitstop compared with previous races at ISM Raceway, it is not by any means a definitive calculation, according to one lead engineer.
Charlie Kimball led his ex-teammate Scott Dixon in final practice before tomorrow’s night Desert Diamond Phoenix Grand Prix at ISM Raceway.
Sebastien Bourdais scored the 34th pole position of his career and Dale Coyne Racing’s first since 2013 after beating compatriot and defending Phoenix winner Simon Pagenaud by 0.4mph.
Schmidt Peterson Motorsports’ James Hinchcliffe says Phoenix’s ISM Raceway will still present a challenge but expects the cars to be “more forgiving” when driven off the favored groove.
2016 IndyCar champion Simon Pagenaud picked up where he left off last April, driving his Team Penske-Chevrolet to the top of the time sheets with his very last lap in FP1 at Phoenix’s ISM Raceway.
Tony Kanaan is wary of declaring himself a potential winner this weekend at Phoenix, despite AJ Foyt Racing’s strong form at ISM Raceway in preseason testing.
NASCAR has released this week's penalty report and it's a big one.
If it weren’t for Kevin Harvick, Denny Hamlin’s 2018 season would look even better than it already does.
Kevin Harvick leads the way with his third straight win as all four drivers finish in the top-10 at ISM Raceway on Sunday.
Sunday’s race at ISM Raceway near Phoenix was a welcome change to what has been a frustrating start to William Byron’s Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series career.
Kyle Busch was understandably disappointed after coming within arm's reach of another win, only to end up empty-handed yet again.
Kevin Harvick hit the NASCAR trifecta by winning Sunday’s TicketGuardian 500 at ISM Raceway near Phoenix.
Kurt Busch held off Brad Keselowski on a one-lap restart to claim the Stage 2 victory – his first stage win of the 2018 season.
Kyle Busch ran down Kyle Larson to claim the Stage 1 victory at ISM Raceway near Phoenix.
Take a look at the five most memorable Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series finishes at newly renamed ISM Raceway - formerly Phoenix International Raceway.
Brad Keselowski’s first start in the NASCAR Xfinity Series this season was a long and productive one.
Kevin Harvick’s final Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series practice session was cut short but it didn’t affect his speed.
Kevin Harvick and Chase Elliott ran identical lap times in the first of two practice sessions on Saturday.
The NASCAR Xfinity Series returns to action Saturday at ISM Raceway near Phoenix for the series’ fourth race of the season.
It didn’t take long for Martin Truex Jr. to serve up a reminder of his dominating 2017 championship season.
The start of the 2018 Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series season hasn't gone very well for Alex Bowman, or the rest of his Hendrick Motorsports teammates.
Chip Ganassi Racing led the way in Friday’s opening Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series practice session at ISM Raceway near Phoenix.
Rahal Letterman Lanigan Racing-Honda’s impressive form at ISM Raceway in Phoenix has continued into the second day, with Takuma Sato topping the speed charts with a 189mph lap.
Despite suffering electrical gremlins, Trevor Carlin says his team is satisfied with its first day of testing an IndyCar on an oval – but said Charlie Kimball and Max Chilton were “shocked” by the reduced downforce from the new aerokits.
Of course Kevin Harvick believes he can win the Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series championship, it shouldn’t be any other way.
Brad Keselowski barely finished on the lead lap at Phoenix Raceway on Sunday.
Chase Elliott and Denny Hamlin reignited their on-track feud at Phoenix and this time there was even more on the line.
If this is the end for Matt Kenseth’s NASCAR career, he finished on a high note at Phoenix Raceway with his 39th-career Cup win on Sunday.
Championship No. 8 will have to wait for Jimmie Johnson.
Denny Hamlin dominated the second stage of the Can-Am 500 at Phoenix Raceway.
Kyle Larson picked up his sixth stage win of 2017 on Sunday at Phoenix Raceway.
William Byron was going to have the chance to race for the NASCAR Xfinity Series championship regardless, but he earned the trip in the best way possible.
The three JR Motorsports NASCAR Xfinity teams competing for the series championship at Phoenix will be without their full complement of pit crew members in Saturday’s race.
Denny Hamlin has bigger things to worry about than whether Chase Elliott will exact revenge on Sunday at Phoenix Raceway.
Johnny Sauter avoided melees and mayhem en route to his first-career Camping World Truck Series win at Phoenix Raceway on Friday.
Ben Rhodes blocked his path to the Championship 4 in the final stage of the Lucas Oil 150 at Phoenix Raceway on Friday.
Ryan Blaney will enter a must-win scenario in the best position possible.
With seven NASCAR Cup trophies to their credit, the No. 48 Hendrick Motorsports crew has battled adversity better than any other team in the garage.
Chase Elliott found the speed he was searching for in first practice at Phoenix Raceway on Friday.
While Brad Keselowski Racing is focused on getting Austin Cindric into the Championship 4 next weekend at Homestead-Miami Speedway, Brad Keselowski Racing and the Brad Keselowski’s Checkered Flag Foundation are making time to give back.
Ed Carpenter Racing-Chevrolet’s JR Hildebrand says he’s looking forward to “being able to make good” on his Phoenix performance that saw him start and finish third, and prove one of very few drivers to make successful passing maneuvers.
Marco Andretti, Alexander Rossi, Takuma Sato and Ryan Hunter-Reay all made contact with the wall at Phoenix, marking the second time in three races in which all four Andretti Autosport cars have failed to make the finish.