The proud parents, grandparents and Aunt Danica all know what's coming for little baby Reese -- some sort of vehicle with a motor.
After improving each week since Daytona, including a season-best 14th at Fontana, Danica Patrick fell flat at Martinsville. Check out our Five Observations.
On a tricky track where she showed some aptitude last year, Danica Patrick struggled this time around and finished six laps down at Martinsville.
Gene Haas hired Kurt Busch for a reason: to drive the No. 41 Stewart-Haas Chevrolet to Victory Lane. Busch fulfilled that commitment Sunday at Martinsville of all places, writes Brant James.
If Jeff Gordon could script the 2014 season, the four-time Cup champ would win a fifth title and then retire ... or not, writes Brant James.
When the IndyCar season roars into action this weekend, for the first time in a decade there will be no full-time female drivers. And prospects for the near future aren't good.
From a crash in practice to a crash on pit road, a lot went wrong for Danica Patrick at Bristol, but she persevered for an 18th-place finish.
An icy rain out of nowhere and a mystery last-lap caution led to a head-scratching finish Sunday at Bristol Motor Speedway. But Carl Edwards will take it.
Denny Hamlin wrecked Joey Logano at Bristol a year ago. Logano returned the favor the next week, and it cost Hamlin four races and a shot at the Chase. Forgive and forget? Maybe.
Former IndyCar driver Simona de Silvestro will be tested by her switch to Formula One, arguably the most demanding form of racing in the world. She says she's up for it.
Danica Patrick jumps up in driver and owner standings after finishing 21st at Las Vegas, which alleviates some qualifying pressure.
Danica Patrick's Sprint Cup season is off to a dreadful start, and if it doesn't improve soon, she risks not making races in upcoming weeks.
Qualifying has been an obvious weakness for Danica Patrick, but don't expect the new system to provide any magic answers.
From Richard Petty's comments to a blown engine and subsequent penalty to a jarring crash on Lap 145 Sunday, Danica Patrick had an unfulfilling Speedweeks.
Regan Smith was involved in that final-lap melee last February that injured scores of fans on the eve of the Daytona 500. One year later, he's standing in Victory Lane.
Wedged in a long line of traffic, Danica Patrick held on for a 19th-place finish in the Nationwide Series season opener.