Top Fuel driver Morgan Lucas won for the third time in his career at Brainerd International Raceway on Sunday to close the rain-plagued Lucas Oil NHRA Nationals.
The day started with Tony Stewart pulling out of the Sprint Cup race at Watkins Glen. It ended with an improbable winner -- AJ Allmendinger -- celebrating in Victory Lane, writes Brant James.
Dale Earnhardt Jr. took the lead off the final restart with three laps left and won Sunday to complete a season sweep at Pocono Raceway.
Erik Jones walked across the stage wearing a cap and gown to receive his high school diploma. He then got into a NASCAR truck owned by Kyle Busch and went racing.
World champion Sebastien Ogier capped his title-winning world rally campaign with another victory at the Wales Rally on Sunday.
Red Bull's Sebastian Vettel claimed his fourth straight Formula One championship Sunday after turning in a trademark clinical performance to win the Indian Grand Prix.
Mark Garrow previews the second race of the Chase at Loudon for Stock Car Challenge.
Nine-time world rally champion Sebastian Loeb of France won the Rally of Spain on Sunday, ending his full-time racing career with his 76th victory.
In ESPN The Magazine, Ryan McGee writes that ss the Chase heads into its final three races, just a sliver of a lead separates Brad Keselowski from the rest of the field. But you won't see him sweat.
On Turn 5 of the last lap, Jacques Villeneuve made contact from behind, sending Danica Patrick into a spin and a 12th-place finish.
The classmates of Wes Leonard, the Fennville (Mich.) High School basketball player who collapsed and died after making a winning shot in a game last year, honored him at graduation Thursday night.
In this week's Six, Marty Smith writes about the life lesson he learned from a strange old man in a red ball cap. And how Jimmie Johnson is more influential than most of us think.
Formula One teams have written to the sport's governing body asking for spending restrictions to cap spiraling costs.
A circus sideshow sprang to life at the NASCAR R&D Center as an appeals panel pondered the fate of Chad Knaus & Co. Did the 48 team even stand a chance?
Mark Garrow has a general introduction to the 2012 edition of ESPN's Stock Car Challenge.
NASCAR mandated the four-car-per-team rule for a good reason; protecting smaller teams. But there are unintended consequences, and it could affect some big names.