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?
Tony Stewart will miss the remainder of the 2013 Sprint Cup season, Stewart-Haas Racing announced on Monday.
Mark Martin was three laps short on fuel of winning what likely was his last race in the No. 55 Michael Waltrip Racing Toyota on Sunday at Michigan International Speedway.
Brian Vickers had other options for a full-time Sprint Cup ride in 2014, but never seriously considered any as long as the No. 55 with Michael Waltrip Racing was on the table.
Add Denny Hamlin to the list of Sprint Cup drivers not happy with television analyst and former driver Kyle Petty.
Tony Stewart loves to race. But as a team owner and Sprint Cup driver, is it wise for the three-time champion to risk his health -- and his team's -- at far-flung dirt tracks?
NASCAR announced on Wednesday there will be no penalties for the 31 teams caught with altered roof-flap spacers last weekend at Daytona International Speedway.
Denny Hamlin was cleared Monday by doctors who performed tests to see if the Joe Gibbs Racing driver suffered a concussion in Sunday's crash at Kentucky Speedway.
Parity rules. Points are tight. Emotions are high. In other words, the sprint to the Chase is gonna get crazy. And the fun begins Sunday at Sonoma.
A week after decreasing power in favor of durability, Toyota Racing Development is adjusting engines on some of the six Sprint Cup cars it supplies to recapture speed.
Toyota Racing Development will introduce upgraded engine parts and make adjustments in power for Sunday's Sprint Cup race at Pocono Raceway to ensure durability moving forward.
If you're looking for someone to shake things up as the summer rolls along and the Chase starts to come in focus, Kurt Busch might just be your man.
NASCAR chairman Brian France is not in favor of moving a Sprint Cup race from Charlotte Motor Speedway to Las Vegas.
Mental toughness counts in the Coca-Cola 600, and Brad Keselowski has plenty. A look at his first 100 days as defending series champion shows you that.
Kyle Busch may be accused of being aggressive, but dirty? No. But as one Hall of Famer points out, if you're running up front all the time -- and Busch does -- "you'll get accused of everything."
Jeff Gordon's 700th career start -- coming Saturday at Darlington -- is meaningful beyond the number. That he's still competitive makes it truly special.