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NASCAR superstar Dale Earnhardt Jr. says his first season in NASCAR as a TV commentator and not a fulltime driver has “just really delivered”.
Kyle Busch says he prefers to race “best of the best” when competing for the Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series title and he presumably has gotten his wish.
Furniture Row Racing owner Barney Visser says his emotions are “all over the board” as he reflects on a very successful NASCAR run.
NASCAR has lost one of its greatest ever in David Pearson, a three-time Cup Series champion and one of the most accomplished racers of all-time.
Furniture Row Racing may be shutting down at season’s end, but it’s going out in style.
Reigning Xfinity Series champion William Byron clinched NASCAR Cup Series rookie of the year honors with one race remaining in 2018.
Denny Hamlin collected championship contenders Kurt Busch and Chase Elliott in a late-race incident in Phoenix.
In the end, Kevin Harvick still advanced to the Championship 4 but the journey there was anything but smooth.
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The Championship 4 grid has been set. Take a look at the four drivers who will battle it out for the 2018 Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series title at Homestead-Miami Speedway.
Kyle Busch added another victory to his impressive season and Kevin Harvick survived to make the Championship 4.
Joey Logano keeps things in perspective after cutting a tire and damaging his car to end his day early in Phoenix.
Chase Elliott passed Harvick with two of 75 laps remaining to earn the Stage 1 victory.
Kevin Harvick made it a clean sweep of both practice sessions Saturday in preparation for Sunday’s NASCAR Cup race at Phoenix.
It may be unexpected Joey Logano is the only driver locked in the NASCAR Cup Series final four at Homestead but that shouldn’t automatically make him an underdog.
After winning the pole on Friday, Kevin Harvick remained on top in Saturday’s first practice session at Phoenix.
Tony Gibson’s weekend trip went from hunting to racing but so far, so good.
Kevin Harvick couldn’t have bounced back any better.
Formula 1 star Fernando Alonso says he is looking forward to the ride swap with a “legend” like seven-time NASCAR Cup Series champion Jimmie Johnson, but wouldn’t say whether he might race one in future.