Dale Earnhardt Jr. didn't have the best car on Sunday at Pocono. But he had the winning one, and now it's time to really cut loose and have fun, writes K. Lee Davis.
Starting near the front at Pocono Raceway is often a harbinger for a good finish. But polesitter Denny Hamlin and others know strategy can turn the tables at "The Tricky Triangle."
Joey Logano might finally be living up to his potential. His second win of the season Saturday at Richmond might make him the best show in NASCAR for months to come, writes K. Lee Davis.
Are drivers such as Denny Hamlin starting to feel the pressure of not having a victory? He says not yet, but as Richmond looms, he's not having as much fun as some others.
Joey Logano had the Duck Commander 500 won, then he had to go out and make sure of it. Sure, a late ill-timed caution -- at least for him -- made him mad. But he got even.
Tony Stewart drove to his first pole since 2012 for Sunday's Duck Commander 500, but that isn't the talk in Texas. What is? It's all about the tires.
Sex, drugs and rock 'n' roll ... with race cars? Sign us up! But Ron Howard's new film, "Rush," hitting theaters Friday, is more than that. It's a phenomenal film and the best racing movie ever made.
Brad Keselowski and his team never seemed to have a handle on competing for victories this season. That held true at Richmond on Saturday, and the 2012 Cup champion missed the Chase.
Joey Logano's victory Sunday put him squarely back in the Chase conversation with three races to go before the playoffs begin. He's not the only driver crunching tough numbers leaving Michigan.
Brad Keselowski wants his first win of the season at his home track in Michigan. Jimmie Johnson wants any win at Michigan. The heat is on as the Sprint Cup Series hits the regular-season homestretch.
Tony Stewart may be resting at home after breaking his right leg in two places Aug. 5 in a sprint car accident, but Stewart-Haas racing competition director doesn't make it sound like Stewart's doing it comfortably.
They call him "The Closer" for good reason. Kevin Harvick has this uncanny ability to take a lead late and make it stick. And he did it once again Saturday night at Richmond.
Kyle Busch was on a Sunday drive at Watkins Glen ... until Marcos Ambrose and Brad Keselowski decided to wage a last-lap war for the ages.
If you weren't fortunate enough to see the documentary "Senna" in theaters, your next best option has arrived. Director Asif Kapadia tells how the Blu-ray release achieves such stunning results.
Rick Hendrick wants all four of his drivers in the Chase. Dale Earnhardt Jr., Jimmie Johnson and Kasey Kahne are looking good. Jeff Gordon? He's on the cusp, and Watkins Glen is on tap.
There's never a bad time to win a Sprint Cup Series race. But for Joey Logano, capping a near-perfect week with a picture-perfect win at Pocono in a contract year was pure poetry.