NASCAR has penalized Kurt Busch and his Stewart-Haas Racing team for failing a post-race inspection at Daytona International Speedway.
The top nine teams in NASCAR have formed the Race Team Alliance to collaborate as a group on initiatives and issues facing their sport.
Haas Automation has become an official sponsor of Ferrari through the 2015 Formula One season.
Mum's the word, but a test in Nashville spurred mechanical changes to Danica Patrick's car that helped propel her to her best Sprint Cup finish. The setup should apply this weekend.
Danica Patrick has a wealth of information to tap into with teammates Kevin Harvick, Tony Stewart and Kurt Busch, and the results are starting to show. She's also gained a new No. 1 fan.
Which driver and team most needs this week off? Will Gene Haas' F1 foray hurt Stewart-Haas Racing? Why do wins elude Jimmie Johnson, Matt Kenseth and Jeff Gordon? Will Chase Elliott win the Nationwide title?
NASCAR team owner Gene Haas says he plans to field an American-based Formula One racing series team within the next two years.
NASCAR driver Kurt Busch said team owner Gene Haas is serious about making a strong entry into Formula One, a move that could expand the series' footprint in the U.S.
NASCAR owner Gene Haas says he has been granted a license from Formula One's governing body to start what he hopes will be a U.S.-based entry in the global series.
Formula One commercial chief Bernie Ecclestone says a U.S. backed team headed by Gene Haas is among two new teams the sport is likely to admit next season.
After improving each week since Daytona, including a season-best 14th at Fontana, Danica Patrick fell flat at Martinsville. Check out our Five Observations.
Gene Haas hired Kurt Busch for a reason: to drive the No. 41 Stewart-Haas Chevrolet to Victory Lane. Busch fulfilled that commitment Sunday at Martinsville of all places, writes Brant James.
Does JJ make his move at Vegas? Will Dale Jr.'s hot start continue? Is Brad K back? Can Kurt Busch limit the distractions? When will Smoke rise? Two races in, we've got more questions than answers.
Kurt Busch and Andretti Autosport announced Tuesday that he will try to become the first driver in 10 years to run the Indianapolis 500 and the Coca-Cola 600 on the same day.
Well, that didn't take long. Kevin Harvick proved his move to Stewart-Haas Racing after 13 years at Richard Childress Racing was the right one, cruising to an easy victory Sunday at Phoenix.
Kevin Harvick charged to the front early and dominated the rest of the way Sunday for his second straight Sprint Cup victory at Phoenix International Raceway.