Bill Elliott and Terry Labonte are among the first-year eligible nominees for the NASCAR Hall of Fame.
It's NASCAR Champion's Week in Las Vegas. In honor of the season-ending celebration, our guy Ryan McGee presents the 2013 NASCAR Postseason Awards That Should Be Given Out (But Aren't).
NASCAR announced sweeping changes to the Hall of Fame election process Thursday, including tweaks that make Bill Elliott and Mark Martin immediately eligible for enshrinement.
Stewart-Haas Racing competition director Greg Zipadelli said that Mark Martin's 2014 role with the team "is not completely identified yet," but predicts the veteran will be a valuable addition.
Jimmie Johnson has five Cup championships. Mark Martin has never won a Sprint Cup. The one trait that forever links these two drivers? They both ooze greatness, writes Ricky Craven.
A NASCAR season without Mark Martin? What's wrong with Denny Hamlin and the No. 11 team? Can RCR win without Kevin Harvick? Is Austin Dillon Cup championship material? What about Trevor Bayne? Our guys weigh in.
Mark Martin said Friday he has no plans to race beyond next week's season finale at Homestead.
Is Kasey Kahne too nice? Which slumping Chasers should be looking ahead to 2014? What's the takeaway from MWR's sponsorship woes? Where will Martin Truex Jr. drive?
Matt Kenseth retained his stranglehold on the top spot in our Power Rankings after a convincing win at New Hampshire. Did we mention he's pretty good at Dover, too?
The perfect winner Sunday following a week of too much noise? That would be Mr. Stealth himself, Sprint Cup championship leader -- and Power Rankings king -- Matt Kenseth.
It's been three decades since the Nationwide Series rumbled to life at Daytona. Brant James recalls some of the most memorable drivers and moments through the first 999 races.
Tony Stewart plans to continue driving sprint cars when he returns next season from a broken leg.
Tony Stewart will miss the remainder of the 2013 Sprint Cup season, Stewart-Haas Racing announced on Monday.
Mark Martin was three laps short on fuel of winning what likely was his last race in the No. 55 Michael Waltrip Racing Toyota on Sunday at Michigan International Speedway.
Joey Logano boosted his chances of reaching the Chase for the Sprint Cup, winning for the first time this season in a fuel-mileage race at Michigan International Speedway on Sunday.
Joey Logano raced to one of the fastest qualifying speeds in NASCAR history Friday, winning the pole at Michigan International Speedway at 203.949 mph.