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.
Tony Stewart made a late out outside pass on Juan Pablo Montoya and held on Sunday at Dover International Speedway to snap a 30-race winless streak.
Let's not underplay the importance of Sunday's victory at Dover for Tony Stewart. The three-time Sprint Cup champion was in a veritable free fall. Now he's a Chase contender.
A Fox Sports executive apologized before Sunday's Sprint Cup race at Dover International Speedway for the broken television cable that interrupted last week's Coca-Cola 600 for nearly 30 minutes.
DOVER, DEL. -- There was anticipation, maybe even wishful thinking, that teenagers Darrell Wallace Jr. and Chase Elliott would battle for the victory in Friday's Truck Series race at Dover International Speedway. Ryan Blaney and Jeb Burton, too. ...
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.
It's not enough just to have a fast car. A championship-caliber Cup team needs to know how to manage fuel. And there ain't a team better at that than BK & Co.
Marcos Ambrose told ESPN.com on Sunday he is close to completing a new deal with Richard Petty Motorsports.
Joe Gibbs Racing hopes to get Kyle Busch's contract extended well before it expires after the 2013 season.
Plans are in place for Danica Patrick to be paired with crew chief Tony Gibson and the rest of Ryan Newman's pit crew when she moves into the Sprint Cup Series fulltime in 2013.
There's no middle ground for drivers when it comes to Dover; they either love it or love to hate it. Denny Hamlin's trying hard this weekend to love love.
NASCAR is considering disciplinary action against 2004 Sprint Cup champion Kurt Busch for his comments following Saturday's Nationwide Series race at Dover International Speedway.
Kurt Busch blew his cool again Saturday. Now he's been suspended for this weekend's Sprint Cup Series race at Pocono ... and torn the spotlight away from stories NASCAR would much rather focus on.
Two NASCAR champions got back in to Chase contention with a 1-2 finish at Dover. Truth is, winner Kurt Busch and Jimmie Johnson weren't out of it to begin with.
It's fitting that the third Chase race be run in the shadows of Dover Downs Hotel & Casino. The Sprint Cup playoff has been one gamble after another.