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Winning isn’t everything, but when you’re an out-of-work race car driver it can become the most important thing.
A car as dominant as Martin Truex Jr.’s Kansas Speedway Camry does not come along every weekend — particularly if you are Martin Truex Jr.
Coming to Daytona this year must provoke mixed emotions for Michael Waltrip, who for the first time in a decade, will not be here as a team owner.
From the inspiring to the shocking, the 2015 season was jam-packed with moments that will be remembered for years to come.
All the focus was on the Sprint Cup title fight at Homestead, but in the background of the title decider was the end of Michael Waltrip Racing.
Danica Patrick was battling to hold on to 11th-place when Ryan Newman attempted to pass the No. 10 Chevy in Turn 1 and sent her into the spin cycle.
NASCAR has issued a P4 level punishment to Michael Waltrip Racing, but team plans to appeal
Michael Waltrip Racing will close their doors at the end of the 2015 season.
Both cars suffered damage in an incident on Lap 370.
Clint Bowyer spoke to the media Friday regarding the news that he will be leaving MWR at the conclusion of 2015.
Rob Kauffman elaborated on his decision to take his investments elsewhere, which will lead to the collapse of Michael Waltrip Racing.
Michael Waltrip Racing will not field cars full-time in the Sprint Cup Series following 2015.
Rob Kauffman took no questions but offered a statement regarding the recent news that he purchased a stake in Chip Ganassi Racing.
Clint Bowyer has been rumored to be joining Rob Kauffman at Chip Ganassi Racing, but says he's just focused on one thing right now - Making the chase.
Edwards posts his first pole since the fall Texas race in 2013.
Michael Waltrip Racing cites "health issues" as cause for driver's absence.
Rodney Childers' leap of faith lands his first Sprint Cup Championship.
The Camping World Truck and Nationwide seasons come to a close this weekend at Homestead
Jeff Gordon has earned his fourth win of the 2014 season.
Race Team Alliance Chairman and Michael Waltrip Racing co-owner Rob Kauffman weighs in on NASCAR rule changes for 2015.
As Michael Waltrip Racing looks to regain its footing, its team owner is "Dancing with the Stars".
Driver and team owner hopes to follow in Helio Castroneves' steps.
With the new Chase system, someone may very well become the fifth this weekend.
Jeff Gordon has scored his third victory of the 2014 season.
Tony Stewart is sitting out this weekend's race.
Testing ramps up for NASCAR Sprint Cup teams.
There are so many questions that will be answered in the very short term for Tony Stewart and his entire race team.
With 21 races in the books, there is still time.
Jeff Gordon passed Hendrick Motorsports teammate Kasey Kahne late in the race to win at the Brickyard.
NASCAR Chairman takes to the SiriusXM NASCAR Radio waves to tackle the sport's hot topics