Jimmie Johnson became the first four-time winner of NASCAR's annual All-Star race Saturday night at Charlotte Motor Speedway.
Some people just love to hate Jimmie Johnson. Well, the five-time Sprint Cup champ -- who won his record fourth All-Star Race -- has a message for his critics: Whatever.
Carl Edwards captured the pole for the Sprint All-Star race at Charlotte Motor Speedway.
Matt Kenseth is the season's first three-time winner in the Sprint Cup Series. Oh, he's also the driver to beat in Ryan McGee's weekly Power Rankings.
Kyle Busch figured it'd be easy to run his own program on the Nationwide Series after all the wins he'd racked up for Joe Gibbs Racing.
NASCAR president Mike Helton insists the governing body did not have its power undermined by recent reductions in penalties through the appeal process.
Allow Blount to be blunt on a few things. NASCAR got a message this week: Loosen up and chill out. Major penalty reductions came for Joe Gibbs Racing and Penske Racing after NASCAR had basically thrown the book at both organizations. The JGR r...
Penske Racing won a partial victory Tuesday in its final appeal to have penalties against the Sprint Cup teams of Brad Keselowski and Joey Logano overturned or reduced.
Tempers are flaring. Cars are upside down. And Five-Time is hammering out top-10 finishes like a GM assembly line. Oh, and solidifying his spot atop our Sprint Cup Power Rankings.
Regan Smith won the crash-filled Nationwide Series race at Talladega Superspeedway when NASCAR said he was leading at the final caution flag Saturday night.
Rain has washed out qualifying for Sunday's race at Talladega Superspeedway.
Joey Logano is back to defend his Nationwide Series win at Talladega, and new teammate Sam Hornish Jr. may be just the drafting partner he needs to do it.
This is the low point of Tony Stewart's career. Just consider the numbers. They're downright ugly. Can Smoke finally right the ship at Talladega?
Penske Racing on Wednesday lost its initial appeal of penalties against the Sprint Cup teams of reigning champion Brad Keselowski and Joey Logano.
One top-10 finish in nine Cup starts? Ranked 22nd in the standings? Postrace run-ins with Joey Logano and Kurt Busch? Tony Stewart's frustration is at a boiling point.
Crazy stuff keeps happening on and off the track in NASCAR. What has stayed tried and true? Jimmie Johnson building a points lead and staying on top of Ryan McGee's Power Rankings.