Jimmie Johnson used up a tire and hit the wall trying to run down Greg Biffle at Michigan. Five-Time fared much better staying atop Ryan McGee's Sprint Cup Power Rankings.
Jimmie Johnson dominated Sunday's Sprint Cup race at Pocono. Five-Time also strengthened his hold on the top spot in Ryan McGee's weekly Power Rankings.
Before you think last week's bad finish doomed Denny Hamlin's Chase chances, relax and realize some of his best tracks -- starting with Pocono -- are coming up.
Toyota Racing Development will introduce upgraded engine parts and make adjustments in power for Sunday's Sprint Cup race at Pocono Raceway to ensure durability moving forward.
Jimmie Johnson got penalized for jumping a late restart at Dover, but Five-Time got rewarded in Ryan McGee's Sprint Cup Power Rankings.
Denny Hamlin turned a lap of 157.978 mph to win the pole at Dover International Speedway.
Mark Garrow previews the FedEx 400 at Dover for Stock Car Challenge.
In ESPN The Magazine, Ryan McGee writes that a rash of penalty reductions has some drivers seeking more rules. But is increasing NASCAR's power the best idea?
It seems as if Matt Kenseth is a threat to win every time he climbs into his car this season. The same held true at Charlotte, and that's why he's the driver to beat in Ryan McGee's Power Rankings.
Mark Garrow previews the Coca-Cola 600 at Charlotte for Stock Car Challenge.
Is Darlington still in the "big four"? Should Kasey be mad at Kyle? Will Jeff Gordon set the "iron man" record? Which winless driver in the top 10 can win the title?
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.
Matt Kenseth passed his Joe Gibbs Racing teammate Kyle Busch with 13 laps to go to win his first Southern 500 on Saturday night.
Matt Kenseth said his victory in the Southern 500 at Darlington "probably feels bigger than any win in my career." That's saying something, considering he's a two-time Daytona 500 winner.
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.