She can make living in the limelight look so effortless that it's part of Danica Patrick's charm ... and curse. Winning the pole for the Daytona 500 was a landmark moment, and one she was more than prepared for.
NASCAR's traveling circus, otherwise known as media day, took center stage at Daytona. The ringmaster? Danica Patrick.
Jimmie Johnson entered Sunday's race at Phoenix favored by many to win his sixth Cup championship in seven years. Amazing how he slipped so suddenly to such an afterthought.
Clint Bowyer's storybook ending likely will have to wait. Jimmie Johnson and Brad Keselowski have their own script in mind: a two-car dogfight that won't be settled until Homestead.
Are Brad Keselowski and Paul Wolfe really the new Jimmie and Chad? What's in store at Martinsville? Does the Chase points system need an overhaul? Ed Hinton wonders ...
Ival Cooper died in 1984, three years before Ricky Stenhouse Jr. was born. Cooper became Mississippi's first great driver. Will Stenhouse become its greatest?
Brad Keselowski may have done more than just take a three-point lead over Jimmie Johnson in the Chase for the Cup. After all, it ain't easy rattling the five-time champ.
The crash-free Cup race at Texas was a promoter's worst nightmare. How bad was it? TMS boss Eddie Gossage faces the biggest challenge of his career, Ed Hinton writes.