IndyCar drivers Will Power and Scott Dixon, who rank first and second in the points chase, will face 10-spot starting grid penalties for this week's race in Milwaukee after blowing their engines testing at Iowa.
What can we expect from this week's Truck Series race at Talladega? The unexpected, writes John Schwarb.
Because of the high drama, unexpected twists and big names involved, this year's Funny Car title race earned a special place in history.
Jeff Gordon would be leading the Nextel Cup title battle with two races to go if not for the new format. Or would he?
The Snake Racing team reveled in Larry Dixon's E-Town win. Now, Ron Capps is eager to hit Madison, Ill.
Bobby Hamilton Jr. outran raindrops and darkness in addition to 42 other drivers Saturday to win the NASCAR Busch series Basha's 200 at Phoenix International Raceway.
Tony Kanaan doesn't exactly have a firm hold on the IndyCar points lead heading into Nazareth.
The NHRA heads to Columbus for the Pontiac Excitement Nationals at National Trail Raceway.
The first major tuner change of 2003 happened this weekend in Don Schumacher's operation.
ESPN.com takes a look at the tight Winston Cup points battle with just one race remaining.
Tony Stewart was awarded the pole Friday for the UAW-GM Quality 500 when rain washed out qualifying.
With four races remaining, the Indy Racing League is bracing for a spirited title race, a former champion's return and a new fan from NASCAR country.
Jimmie Johnson might have five Sprint Cup titles. But Brad Keselowski has a 20-point lead -- and otherworldly social-media savvy -- entering Sunday's Chase finale at Homestead.
Racing Live! Homestead on ESPN.com
A chaotic race at Phoenix blew NASCAR's championship fight wide open Sunday, moving Brad Keselowski to the brink of a first Sprint Cup title for himself and team owner Roger Penske.
Racing Live! Phoenix on ESPN.com