Did NASCAR do enough to put the brakes on tandem racing? One thing appears certain: The final laps of the Daytona 500 will be racing Armageddon.
NASCAR has mandated that drivers and spotters will not be allowed to communicate with other drivers over their in-car radios in an ongoing effort to eliminate tandem racing at restrictor plate tracks.
DAYTONA BEACH, Fla. -- What we have learned from testing at Daytona International Speedway so far: • There's a lot of stand-around time for drivers and crew members because there's little they can actually do to the cars on the new surfac...
Most ARCA tests are no big deal, but they usually don't have Danica Patrick driving in them. The hype is only intensifying as Daytona testing looms large Friday.
The Nationwide Series wrapped up five days of testing at Daytona International Speedway with little fanfare -- in case you didn't notice, writes Mark Ashenfelter.
Why was Lee White smiling? The GM of Toyota Racing Development liked what he saw this week at Daytona testing: his manufacturer dominating the speed charts.
Dale Earnhardt Jr.'s decision to show up a week early at Daytona testing said plenty about NASCAR's most popular driver, writes Marty Smith.
It didn't take Kyle Busch long to settle into his new ride with Joe Gibbs Racing -- just three days, in fact.
Daytona testing a cure for insomnia? Not quite. NASCAR's annual rite of winter is often a drag for the drivers, but the results can be invaluable, writes David Newton.
The first session of preseason testing opened Monday at Daytona International Speedway.
OK, offseason's over. That's right race fans, testing at Daytona begins Monday and David Newton has five things worth watching when the fun begins.
Former Indy Racing League champion Tony Kanaan topped the speed chart Wednesday during the first of two days of testing at Daytona International Speedway.
Juan Pablo Montoya put his name atop the speed charts at Daytona testing in the morning but brushed the wall in the afternoon.
David Gilliland and Juan Pablo Montoya showed speed during their first day of testing at Daytona.
Not that anyone expected the cars to catch fire, but Toyota drivers and teams were excited about their new car's performance at Daytona testing, writes David Newton.
What can you really glean from the first round of testing? It's early and perhaps meaningless, but there were still winners and losers, writes Terry Blount.