Can anyone slow down the Hendrick Motorsports juggernaut? Jimmie Johnson and the gang are on a historic roll, writes Joe Breeze.
Ken Roczen raced to his second straight 450 Class victory Saturday in the Lucas Oil Pro Motocross series' Thunder Valley National, finishing second in the first moto and winning the second.
Sports car racing's John Bishop, co-founder of the International Motor Sports Association, has died. He was 87.
Jimmie Johnson returned to the race track Friday still mourning the loss of his brother-in-law in a California skydiving accident.
A small piece of metal in his eye, and not a sinus infection, caused Denny Hamlin to miss last week's race at California.
There were tires blowing out left and right, but not for everybody on Sunday in the Auto Club 400. Kyle Busch and crew figured it out, then sailed to victory in Fontana, Calif.
Kyle Larson won his first Nationwide race Saturday, holding off Kevin Harvick and Kyle Busch in a thrilling finish at Fontana.
Matt Kenseth has a contingency plan for next week's race at California as he awaits the birth of his third child.
A lawyer says an agreement has been reached to pay $5.8 million to the families of eight people killed and 12 injured in a California desert off-road race crash.
Shawn Langdon won his first Top Fuel season title Saturday in the season-ending Auto Club NHRA Finals, and Funny Car champion John Force topped qualifying with a track-record time.
John Force and Matt Smith did their jobs, locking up NHRA titles in Funny Car and Pro Stock Motorcycle. Can Shawn Langdon and Jeg Coughlin Jr. follow suit? We'll find out Sunday at Pomona.
Kurt Busch said Thursday he will not race in IndyCar's season finale at Fontana.
Dario Franchitti has won the pole for Sunday's IndyCar race at Sonoma Raceway.
NASCAR drivers and their families love coming to Sonoma, Calif., because it's almost like a mini vacation for many. Then of course, all hell breaks loose on Sunday, Terry Blount writes.
Friday's NASCAR highlights from Sonoma Raceway.
Dale Earnhardt Jr. has the points lead? Tempers are flaring everywhere? We'll see if NASCAR can up the immense momentum built in California at always-anticipated Martinsville.