Jimmie Johnson winning the Coca-Cola 600 to end a season-long victory drought was not the most compelling storyline Sunday. But it was the most predictable, writes David Newton.
Kurt Busch could win the Indy 500. Danica Patrick could win the Coca-Cola 600. Which is more likely? It might be a tougher equation than you think, David Newton writes.
Josh Wise more popular than Danica Patrick? Dale Earnhardt Jr. killin' it on Twitter? Jimmie Johnson still winless? My, NASCAR, how you've changed, writes David Newton.
Austin Dillon winning the pole and leading a lap in the 3 car at Daytona was good for the sport. Dale Earnhardt Jr. becoming a two-time Daytona 500 champion was even better.
Instant analysis of the Daytona 500
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?
It's been 10 years since Dale Earnhardt Jr. scored his first and only Daytona 500 victory. Is a repeat trip to Victory Lane at the Great American Race in the cards for NASCAR's most popular driver?
Instant analysis of Budweiser Duel 1
A win by Dale Earnhardt Jr. -- NASCAR's most popular driver -- Sunday at Dover might have been just what the sport needed. But five-time champion Jimmie Johnson had other ideas.
If anyone needs a little stress relief this NASCAR season, it's Chase contender Clint Bowyer. But yoga? Yeah, that was Bowyer doing the downward dog at Dover.
Kevin Harvick is diversifying the family business. If the Ultimate Fighting Championship doesn't deliver a knockout, Happy is confident one of his other ventures will.
No one would have blamed Kasey Kahne for pushing Matt Kenseth aside -- or even wrecking him -- to win at Bristol, but that's not Kahne's game. Nice in NASCAR? It was a nice win for Kenseth.
The Race to the Chase is at a fever pitch as Bristol awaits, and the man of the hour is ... Kurt Busch? Yes, this NASCAR season might be crazier than ever.
Austin Dillon has the background, temperament and skill to be a success in NASCAR. Hand picked to sub for the injured Tony Stewart is just the next big step.
Earnhardt Ganassi Racing's decision not to re-sign Juan Pablo Montoya likely came down to two factors: lack of results on the track and the abundance of available talent.
Dale Earnhardt Jr. is running well, but not well enough. He's looking for that final ingredient that can turn good finishes into winning finishes. And he thinks he's getting close.