Five Brickyard 400 championships. Sprint Cup points leader. All-American dad. Can life get any better for Jeff Gordon? Yes, it can. This week he's the king of Ryan McGee's NASCAR Power Rankings.
Kasey Kahne needed a win more than most Sunday at Indianapolis Motor Speedway, and it was looking pretty good until he fell flat on the race's final restart with 17 laps to go, writes John Oreovicz.
With a fifth Brickyard 400 victory on the line, Jeff Gordon looked like the driver he was 20 years ago.
Ty Dillon pulled away from Kyle Busch down the stretch Saturday at Indianapolis Motor Speedway to win for the first time in the Nationwide Series.
Now this is the Brad Keselowski we expected to see last season -- the 2012 champ winning races, partying in Victory Lane and dominating Ryan McGee's Sprint Cup Power Rankings.
NASCAR Trucks series driver Erik Jones has been docked 10 championships points after his winning truck failed a post-race inspection last week in Iowa.
Brad Keselowski completed a flawless weekend at New Hampshire Motor Speedway and won Sunday under a green-white-checkered finish.
With opportunities to make the Chase getting thinner for drivers such as former race winner Brian Vickers, the heat is on at New Hampshire. A win will likely get you in, but a bad points day could be a killer.
Erik Jones led for 131 of 200 laps and won the NASCAR trucks series race in Iowa on Friday night, giving Kyle Busch Motorsports its seventh win in nine races this season.
Kyle Busch continued the season-long trend of track-record qualifying speeds, turning a lap of 138.130 mph Friday to win the pole at New Hampshire Motor Speedway.
Any non-win at Daytona is a letdown for Dale Earnhardt Jr. (and Junior Nation). But he's still No. 1 in Ryan McGee's Sprint Cup Power Rankings.
Aric Almirola won the rain-delayed and rain-shortened NASCAR Sprint Cup race at Daytona International Speedway, putting Richard Petty's famed No. 43 in Victory Lane for the first time since 1999.
In honor of Independence Day, this week's Power Rankings are courtesy of our first president, George Washington. Taking center stage: NASCAR's favorite son -- Dale Earnhardt Jr.
Brad Keselowski won't soon forget an eventful Saturday night in which the same right hand that held the winner's trophy was soon bloodied and bandaged after he broke a champagne bottle celebrating.
Kevin Harvick finally got the shot at Kyle Busch that he had been waiting for.
Kyle Busch made it 5 for 5 this season in the Camping World Truck Series, holding off Kyle Busch Motorsports teammate Darrell Wallace Jr. on Thursday night at Kentucky Speedway.