Mike Massaro once again has the inside scoop on what St. Nick thinks of NASCAR in '04.
Five years ago, Dale Jarrett clinched the Cup title at Homestead. This year, a streak's likely ending here.
There's a Johnson starring in this drama series as it hits South Beach, but the name's Jimmie, not Don.
It's not a stretch to call the Hendrick tragedy the worst to hit NASCAR. Condolences don't seem like enough.
The Boston Red Sox did it, so why can't Jimmie Johnson? A shocking comeback indeed's on the 48 team's mind.
Sticking around too long in sport as well as rock and roll is sad. That's why NASCAR's retiring drivers are smart.
It wasn't how he wanted to take over first, but Kurt Busch believes he can win the Nextel Cup.
Despite occupying the bottom rung of the Chase ladder, this trio of Cup drivers appear ready to fight.
Mark Martin's not only the oldest driver in the Chase, he's also a famous Cup runner-up. His luck may be changing.
Las Vegas might see it differently, but Mike Massaro has handicapped the Nextel Cup Chase field.
Rusty Wallace's career is forever linked with the late Dale Earnhardt. But Wallace has his own legacy.
It's always a wild, caution-filled event. But now Saturday night's Sharpie 500 has more at stake.
Larger than life, ornery and full of passion for racing, Tom Baldwin blew this reporter away in one interview.
The pool of potential winners at Watkins Glen on Sunday will be much smaller than it could be. That's devastating for part-time drivers Scott Pruett, Boris Said and Klaus Graff.
It isn't just hype and tradition on display at Indianapolis this time. Seasons are on the line on Sunday.