What can we expect as NASCAR teams crank it up this week for testing at Daytona International Speedway? As Brant James writes, there is no shortage of intriguing storylines.
Brian Vickers is on his way to a full-time Sprint Cup Series ride, but there are others in the Nationwide Series awaiting their chances. It comes down to more than talent and timing. Opportunities are scarce.
Team owner Chip Ganassi has seen his share of hyped racing phenoms come and go, but now the one drawing the praise is his own -- Kyle Larson. Ganassi wishes the hypers would cool it.
Joe Gibbs Racing has won an astounding eight consecutive Nationwide Series races at Auto Club Speedway. With Kyle Busch in JGR's corner, No. 9 is a real possibility.
Kyle Larson made headlines after crashing into the catch fence at Daytona. Now he's making headlines for driving the wheels off of his race car.
It's been one heckuva week for Daytona 500 winner Jimmie Johnson, "Harlem Shake" video included. The fun continues Saturday -- in a Nationwide Series car at Phoenix.
Probably the best thing for Kyle Larson this week is to get back in a race car. Yes, even after last weekend's jaw-dropping crash in the Nationwide Series race at Daytona.
Tony Stewart didn't celebrate after winning his record-tying seventh Nationwide race at Daytona. His thoughts were on the fans injured when a last-lap crash sent debris into the grandstand.
On the surface, not a lot has changed from 2003 to 2013 in the Nationwide Series. Except maybe the haircuts. One thing is certain: Brian Vickers hopes '13 ends just like '03 did.