Reigning Sprint Cup champion Brad Keselowski says the new right-side tire Goodyear will unveil for Sunday's Sprint Cup race at Atlanta is key to the future of the sport.
Rodney Childers is out for the remainder of the season, and Scott Miller is in as the crew chief for the No. 55 Sprint Cup car at Michael Waltrip Racing.
No one would have blamed Kasey Kahne for pushing Matt Kenseth aside -- or even wrecking him -- to win at Bristol, but that's not Kahne's game. Nice in NASCAR? It was a nice win for Kenseth.
The Race to the Chase is at a fever pitch as Bristol awaits, and the man of the hour is ... Kurt Busch? Yes, this NASCAR season might be crazier than ever.
Tony Stewart plans to continue driving sprint cars when he returns next season from a broken leg.
Tony Stewart will miss the remainder of the 2013 Sprint Cup season, Stewart-Haas Racing announced on Monday.
Mark Martin was three laps short on fuel of winning what likely was his last race in the No. 55 Michael Waltrip Racing Toyota on Sunday at Michigan International Speedway.
Nationwide Series points leader Austin Dillon will drive for the injured Tony Stewart in Sunday's Sprint Cup race at Michigan International Speedway.
Passion fuels Tony Stewart on the racetrack. That same passion likely cost the three-time Sprint Cup Series champion his season. And a lot more.
Three-time Sprint Cup champion Tony Stewart says too much is being made of him flipping five times in a Sprint Car during a Monday night dirt race in Canada.
Tony Stewart loves to race. But as a team owner and Sprint Cup driver, is it wise for the three-time champion to risk his health -- and his team's -- at far-flung dirt tracks?
Tony Stewart escaped unscathed on Monday night from s wreck that saw his sprint car flip five times racing for the lead during a dirt-track race in Canada.
Want to know how to add a jolt of excitement to the Brickyard 400? David Newton has a suggestion: Make it the Chase kickoff race. Oh, and while we're at it, run it under lights.
NASCAR officials deemed Wednesday night's inaugural Truck Series race at Eldora Speedway enough of a success to warrant strong consideration to keep the dirt track owned by Tony Stewart a part of the schedule in 2014.
ESPN's eight-year run of broadcasting NASCAR Sprint Cup and Nationwide Series races will end after the 2014 season.
A major NASCAR series will go dirt-racin' Wednesday night for the first time in almost 43 years. What can we expect from the Truck series race at Eldora? Oh, plenty.