From Kevin Harvick's Cup-clinching performance to Will Power's championship run in IndyCar to Erica Enders-Stevens' historic march in Pro Stock, 2014 produced highlights aplenty.
Did you know newly minted Sprint Cup champion Kevin Harvick and six-time series champ Jimmie Johnson once were bunkmates? The kindhearted "camp" directors: Ron and Lindy Hornaday.
Imagine playing Santa for all the top racers worldwide. Now imagine our guy John Oreovicz with a red stocking cap, a round belly and a full beard as white as snow. Yeah, we can't either.
Sprint announced it was leaving as sponsor of NASCAR's top series after the 2016 season. So where does NASCAR go from here? The signs will change, but business is likely to remain the same.
Kevin Harvick took center stage at the Sprint Cup Series Awards banquet in Las Vegas. Oh, and he was Happy.
Kevin Harvick has come a long way since his early hotshot days at Richard Childress Racing. He's a devoted family man. He's the consummate teammate. Oh, and he's a NASCAR Sprint Cup Series champion.
After 10 months of speculation and scrutiny, the right man won the 2014 NASCAR Sprint Cup Series championship. And Kevin Harvick did it in fitting fashion.
Stewart-Haas Racing co-owner Gene Haas called the pairing of driver Kevin Harvick with crew chief Rodney Childers a "dream team." The architect behind it all? That would be one Tony Stewart.
For drivers not in Chase contention, the Ford EcoBoost 400 presents an opportunity to right wrongs or get a leg up on 2015. Brant James has seven drivers worth watching Sunday.
After nearly a year of hand-wringing and consternation, nine weeks of bad blood and old feuds, Denny Hamlin, Kevin Harvick, Joey Logano and Ryan Newman are ready to duke it out for the Sprint Cup at Homestead.
Kevin Harvick was at a crossroads in his career when he came to Stewart-Haas Racing to open this season. Now he's on the cusp of winning his first Sprint Cup title.
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Joey Logano was anointed a can't-miss prospect as a teenager by veteran Mark Martin. It took longer than anyone expected, but Martin finally appears to be right.
NASCAR boss Brian France bid $300,000 at a benefit auction to get a home-cooked lasagna dinner with "The Boss" Bruce Springsteen. Oh, did we mention the guitar lesson and motorcycle ride?
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Kyle Larson is returning to dirt-track racing after his rookie season in the NASCAR Sprint Cup series.