Michael Waltrip Racing 2014 team preview.
Ty Norris says he will no longer be working as a spotter for Michael Waltrip Racing following a scandal last season that rocked NASCAR and led to his suspension.
Brian Vickers says he's off blood thinners and plans to run the entire Sprint Cup schedule this season, beginning with next month's Daytona 500.
NASCAR has reinstated suspended Michael Waltrip Racing executive Ty Norris.
What can we expect as NASCAR teams crank it up this week for testing at Daytona International Speedway? As Brant James writes, there is no shortage of intriguing storylines.
Brian Vickers feels healthy enough to race. If he could promise his doctors he wouldn't crash, he'd be in the car Sunday at Martinsville Speedway.
Denny Hamlin and Drew Herring will replace ailing Brian Vickers in the No. 20 car for the final three races of the NASCAR Nationwide season.
Elliott Sadler will drive the No. 55 Toyota in each of the final four races of the 2013 Sprint Cup Series schedule, Michael Waltrip Racing announced Thursday.
Brian Vickers will miss the rest of the NASCAR season because of a blood clot in his right calf.
Was Matt Kenseth able to demoralize Jimmie Johnson by finishing one spot ahead of him at Charlotte? Maybe, but it was good enough for the No. 1 spot in our Sprint Cup Power Rankings.
Is the golden horseshoe back in the saddle? Ryan McGee believes so. That's why Jimmie Johnson is king again of our Sprint Cup Power Rankings.
Jimmie Johnson dominated Dover for his record eighth win on the Monster Mile. But was that enough to propel him to the top of Ryan McGee's Sprint Cup Power Rankings?
Sponsor 5-Hour Energy will stick with embattled Michael Waltrip Racing and driver Clint Bowyer through the 2014 season.
Matt Kenseth retained his stranglehold on the top spot in our Power Rankings after a convincing win at New Hampshire. Did we mention he's pretty good at Dover, too?
If the finishing order looks anything like the starting grid at New Hampshire on Sunday -- and it just might -- the Chase will get a heck of a shakeup out of the likes of Jeff Gordon.
NASCAR did the right thing by penalizing Michael Waltrip Racing for trying to manipulate the outcome of the Richmond race. But did the governing body do enough?