Add Denny Hamlin to the list of Sprint Cup drivers not happy with television analyst and former driver Kyle Petty.
Kyle Busch admitted on Twitter that he went too far with his insults aimed at Ryan Newman following Sunday's Sprint Cup race at New Hampshire Motor Speedway.
Kevin Harvick is leaving Richard Childress Racing after this season for the same reason future boss Tony Stewart left Joe Gibbs Racing after the 2008 season -- career rejuvenation.
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.
The silly season was in full swing by this time last year. So far this year? Nada. But don't worry, things are about to pick up.
Team owner Roger Penske will not ask Brad Keselowski to tone down after a tumultuous week in the media for the reigning Sprint Cup champion.
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.
Defending Sprint Cup champion Brad Keselowski says there is a reason Penske Racing and Roush Fenway Racing have been slow to share information this season.
NASCAR president Mike Helton insists the governing body did not have its power undermined by recent reductions in penalties through the appeal process.
Denny Hamlin plans to start Sunday's Sprint Cup race at Talladega Superspeedway, but don't look for him to be in the car long.
The National Stock Car Racing panel will hear on May 8 the Joe Gibbs Racing appeal of penalties on Matt Kenseth's Sprint Cup team.
Matt Kenseth says the penalties NASCAR levied against his Sprint Cup team and Joe Gibbs Racing were "grossly unfair'" and "borderline shameful."
Denny Hamlin hasn't been cleared to race at his home track in Richmond as he had hoped.
Sprint Cup driver Matt Kenseth was penalized 50 points in the standings and his crew chief was suspended for six races and fined $200,000 after the engine from the winning No. 20 car at Kansas Speedway failed a secondary postrace inspection.