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Retiring NASCAR TV analyst and Hall of Fame driver Darrell Waltrip and current Cup star Chase Elliott were honored during Thursday night’s Cup Series Awards in Nashville, Tenn.
NASCAR unveiled its new Cup Series sponsorship model on Thursday which features four “premier partners” beginning with the 2020 season.
Stewart-Haas Racing has made crew chief changes to three of its four NASCAR Cup Series teams.
Kyle Busch kicked off Champion’s Week activities in Nashville, Tenn., by winning – briefly – a World Wrestling Entertainment championship.
Ricky Stenhouse Jr. will be working with a familiar face next season when he joins JTG Daugherty Racing.
NASCAR has issued hefty penalties to team owners Jay Robinson of Premium Motorsports, Rick Ware of Rick Ware Racing, and TJ Puchyr of Spire Motorsports for race manipulation in the Homestead-Miami finale.
StarCom Racing has hired Quin Houff to drive for its No. 00 NASCAR Cup Series team for the 2020 and 2021 seasons.
The 2020 NASCAR Cup Series rookie class is shaping up to be a stout one, featuring three drivers who combined to win 21 races this season.
With the news that Jimmie Johnson's career as a full-time NASCAR Cup Series driver will end following the 2020 season, here's a look back on his seven championships.
Jimmie Johnson may be ending his time as a full-time NASCAR Cup Series driver following the 2020 season, but he wouldn't call it retirement.
Denny Hamlin underwent successful arthroscopic surgery on his left shoulder, per Joe Gibbs Racing.
Jimmie Johnson said Wednesday he would retire from fulltime NASCAR competition following the 2020 season and the impact was felt almost immediately.
2020 will be Jimmie Johnson's last season as a full-time competitor in the NASCAR Cup Series.
There were times this season when Kyle Busch seemed frustrated and even puzzled why he couldn’t seem to match his Joe Gibbs Racing teammates’ performance on intermediate tracks with its new aero package.
Daniel Hemric’s only season at Richard Childress Racing ended on a high note.
While Kyle Busch was celebrating his second NASCAR Cup Series title, drivers Paul Menard and David Ragan were concluding their final fulltime seasons in the series.
To have a chance at a second NASCAR Cup Series title, it became clear to Kevin Harvick his team was going to have to try something different.
Denny Hamlin's pursuit for that elusive Cup title will continue into the 2020 season.
It was a very uncommon mistake for a championship-caliber team, but it may have cost Martin Truex Jr. his chance at the 2019 NASCAR Cup Series title.
Kyle Busch is now cashing in on all the NASCAR Cup Series championship opportunities he’s earned the last half-decade.
Kyle Busch passed Kevin Harvick with two of 80 laps remaining and held on for the Stage 2 win at Homestead-Miami Speedway.
Championship contender Martin Truex Jr. dominated on his way to the Stage 1 victory at Homestead-Miami Speedway.