Danica Patrick's Sprint Cup season is off to a dreadful start, and if it doesn't improve soon, she risks not making races in upcoming weeks.
How high will Dale Earnhardt Jr. finish this season? Is Kevin Harvick for real? Who is hating their Sprint Cup start the most? How will Kurt Busch do in the Indy 500 and the Coca-Cola 600?
In honor of Women's History Month, we highlight some of the most influential women and moments in sports history.
If the Danica Patrick vs. Richard Petty NASCAR head-to-head match race ever comes off we know exactly who Go Daddy owner Bob Parsons will be rooting for.
Qualifying has been an obvious weakness for Danica Patrick, but don't expect the new system to provide any magic answers.
Danica Patrick has to race Richard Petty. There's too much at stake, says Rick Reilly.
Which driver will be the next to break a long drought? How did the Daytona 500 rate? Who had the worst time in Florida? Who leaves Phoenix with the trophy?
Yes, we're poking a little fun today as usual (thank you Dale Jr. and Jim Boeheim!). But mostly we're rewatching the cheers for the Nets' Jason Collins as he made his debut as the NBA's first openly gay player Sunday night.
From Richard Petty's comments to a blown engine and subsequent penalty to a jarring crash on Lap 145 Sunday, Danica Patrick had an unfulfilling Speedweeks.
Jimmie Johnson's phone is blowing up -- and he's nowhere near Victory Lane.
Danica Patrick is the first NASCAR driver to surpass 1 million followers on Twitter -- enough to rank her among the top female athletes in the world.
Wedged in a long line of traffic, Danica Patrick held on for a 19th-place finish in the Nationwide Series season opener.
Imagine if Danica Patrick, Tony Stewart, Dale Earnhardt Jr. or Austin Dillon ends up winning Sunday's season-opening Daytona 500. David Newton asks: We can dream, can't we?
Danica Patrick cleared a path for her teammates in NASCAR's new knockout qualifying that led to a Turner Scott Motorsports rout at Daytona International Speedway.
Goaded by Fox and Friends hosts on Friday morning, Richad Petty accepted Tony Stewart's offer to set up a head-to-head race between Danica Patrick and the NASCAR Hall of Famer.
Danica Patrick admits starting from the back of the field in the Daytona 500 could be challenging, but, with some drafting help, that could be overcome.