Dale Earnhardt Jr. has always wanted to win at Lowe's Motor Speedway. But his home track's been rough.
The lack of a green-flag Nextel Cup finish Sunday at Talladega should leave NASCAR officials red-faced.
A couple of title contenders -- including the former points leader -- limped away from Vegas after a tough race.
Kyle Busch is so young and talented, NASCAR made an age rule to keep him away. Now 18, he's back.
For Dale Earnhardt Jr. to fulfill his Cup title vow, he must race to win everywhere he goes.
Dale Earnhardt Jr. piloted his No. 8 car to victory at Daytona, but it was a different number that played a key role.
The 2004 Cup season might be when Dale Earnhardt Jr. lives up to the hype as NASCAR's best driver.
Dale Earnhardt Jr. says he'll never be as good as his dad. But he wants to see how good he can be.
The math isn't done, but anyone not named Matt Kenseth is just racing for second place now.
If Dale Earnhardt Jr. isn't fully recovered, he'd better think hard about racing at dangerous Talladega.
Jimmie Johnson may have the best shot at beating Dale Earnhardt Jr. at Talladega.
Dale Earnhardt Jr. is certainly the race favorite at Talladega this weekend -- but he's not talking about it.
If history is a guide, Dale Earnhardt Jr. and Tony Stewart could put on a great show in Atlanta.
NASCAR fans can expect to see a more mature Dale Earnhardt Jr. in 2003.
Check out the lastest RPM off-season Winston Cup driver spotlight on Dale Earnhardt Jr.
Dale Earnhardt Jr. has been as hot as anyone on the Winston Cup circuit, writes Jerry Bonkowski.