There are 39 drivers for whom Thursday's Daytona qualifying Duel races hold no real drama. They are in Sunday's Daytona 500. For the 10 that remain, it's no holds barred.
The past champion's provisional might have been a good idea at one time. Now it's just an abused rule to help struggling teams circumvent qualifying, and it's a loophole that should be closed, writes Terry Blount.
Courtney Force has her sights set on an NHRA Funny Car championship. Here's the intrigue: She'll likely have to go through her father, 15-time champ John Force, to get one.
Jeff Gordon is a three-time Daytona 500 champ and future Hall of Famer. How does he feel about sharing the front row with pole winner Danica Patrick? One word: Proud.
One lucky driver will win the Sprint Unlimited on Saturday night, but none of the 19 test pilots on the track will be the real star for this one. It's time to see how the new "Gen 6" car really races.
Danica Patrick isn't looking to set the NASCAR world on fire in her rookie season at the Cup level. "Small goals" is the buzz phrase coming out of the No. 10 Chevy camp.
Sunday's Texas race has to be better than the one in April, which was one of the worst of the season. Why? Because drivers such as Clint Bowyer have nothing to lose.
The good news: Brad Keselowski minimized the damage at one of Jimmie Johnson's best tracks, Martinsville. The bad news: The final three Chase tracks favor Five-Time in a big way.
The IndyCar Series hasn't raced on a high-banked oval since Dan Wheldon lost his life in a crash last fall at Vegas. No wonder emotions are sky-high at Texas Motor Speedway.
Robert Hight will join some elite company -- Don "The Snake" Prudhomme, John Force and Cruz Pedregon -- if he wins a fifth straight Funny Car event Sunday at Royal Purple Raceway.
Kyle Busch reached a turning point in his Sprint Cup career after getting suspended last season at Texas Motor Speedway. Is he finally on the right track heading into Saturday's race?
Seven-time NHRA Top Fuel champ Tony Schumacher is on a mission: He is championing a move for enclosed canopies on dragsters -- a safety advancement that just could revolutionize the sport.
Day 1 of the NASCAR media tour offered few surprises. But it did confirm one thing: Danica Patrick's star is soaring higher than ever.
Shawn Langdon will replace three-time NHRA champion Larry Dixon in a Top Fuel dragster for Al-Anabi Racing, team officials announced Tuesday.
From Tony Stewart's chances at a repeat to Danica Patrick's chances in a Cup car, Terry Blount answers the 10 burning questions in auto racing for 2012.
From Tony Stewart's championship run in Sprint Cup to Dan Wheldon's tragic death in IndyCar, Terry Blount recaps the year's best and worst moments in motorsports.