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Waiting to see how "Nitro Circus: The Movie 3D" performs in its first week has the financiers feeling almost as nervous as someone before one of the film's stunts
What have we learned from watching Kurt and Kyle Busch limp through the first portion of the NASCAR season? Talent alone is not a guarantee for success.
It was a win-win scenario for Richard Childress Racing at Talladega Superspeedway on Sunday. Clint Bowyer or Kevin Harvick? It didn't matter.
Tony Stewart outdueled points leader Jimmie Johnson on a late restart and pulled away for his first career Sprint Cup win at Auto Club Speedway on Sunday.
NASCAR's chief appellate officer has upheld the 150-point deduction against Clint Bowyer while reducing part of the penalty against Richard Childress Racing.
NASCAR has set a Sept. 29 date for an appeals hearing on Clint Bowyer's illegal car.
If Clint Bowyer's car was out of spec, how come NASCAR couldn't tell us that Sunday? The issue here is really one of a question of trust, and that's bad for everyone involved.
One word best describes the 2009 Sprint Cup season at Richard Childress Racing: disastrous. It's a word Jeff Burton and the boys are eager to forget.
You want a great reason to watch Sunday's race at Atlanta? It may just be the best Chase preview we could have.
Ryan McGee didn't need to channel his inner Ric Flair to deliver his final Power Rankings, but he did. The message? You'd better learn to love Jimmie Johnson, 'cause he ain't going anywhere.
NASCAR president Mike Helton believes the series took appropriate action against those involved in a cheating scandal before the start of the Chase.
Jimmie Johnson certainly looks like a man about to win his sixth Sprint Cup Series championship. He gets bonus points for putting a llittle (Ric) Flair into it in Ryan McGee's Power Rankings.
Ricky Bobby still consuming your every thought? How about Dale Jr.'s winless drought? Or the Jeff Gordon-Clint Bowyer feud? The Internet's only NASCAR advice columnist is here to help.
As the Chase for the Sprint Cup enters its final two weeks, four drivers are still alive under the Rule of 72. But everything points to one of two drivers - Jimmie Johnson or Matt Kenseth -- holding the championship trophy in Miami.
It has been a back-and-forth season -- and particularly in the Chase -- between Jimmie Johnson and Matt Kenseth, but JJ showed at Texas why he's the top man in Ryan McGee's Sprint Cup Power Rankings.
Of the 13 drivers who started the Chase for the Sprint Cup in September, only five remain in contention with three races remaining, according to Ricky Craven.