Kyle Larson set a track record of 183.438 mph to win his first career Sprint Cup pole Friday at Pocono Raceway.
Tony Stewart was back in a sprint car on Friday night, the same series he raced in when he broke two bones in his right leg.
Brad Keselowski won't soon forget an eventful Saturday night in which the same right hand that held the winner's trophy was soon bloodied and bandaged after he broke a champagne bottle celebrating.
Robert Hight broke New England Dragway's Funny Car time record with a 3.988-second pass Friday night in qualifying for the Auto-Plus NHRA New England Nationals.
John Force broke Heartland Park Topeka's Funny Car time and speed records Friday in rain-shortened qualifying for the NHRA Kansas Nationals.
Lewis Hamilton continued Mercedes' dominant start to the season by capturing pole position at the rainy Chinese Grand Prix on Saturday; his third pole in four races this season.
Lewis Hamilton broke his drought at Formula One's Malaysian Grand Prix and led a one-two finish for the Mercedes team on Sunday.
Denny Hamlin has set a track record at Bristol Motor Speedway with his pole-winning run Friday in knockout qualifying.
Tony Stewart is 20 pounds lighter and has a titanium rod in his surgically repaired right leg.
The countdown clock for Tony Stewart's return to racing is no longer at months, weeks or even days.
Dale Earnhardt Jr. set a record Thursday with his 11th consecutive win as NASCAR's most popular driver.
Pole-sitter Kyle Busch dominated from start to finish, leading 195 of 200 laps en route to winning the NASCAR Nationwide Series Dollar General 300 at Chicagoland Speedway on Saturday.
Bobby Labonte was released from a hospital Thursday a day after he broke three ribs in a bike riding accident near his North Carolina home.
Bobby Labonte broke three ribs in a bike riding accident Wednesday near his North Carolina home and will miss this weekend's NASCAR race in Atlanta.
Friday's NASCAR highlights from Watkins Glen International
Stewart-Haas Racing is moving forward as if three-time Sprint Cup champion Tony Stewart will not be available to drive for at least several weeks.