It will be fun seeing if the NHRA's 2012 champions can put up a title fight in 2013. But that's far from the best story heading into the season opener in Pomona this weekend.
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.
Girl power was the story of the day at the Northwest Nationals when two women -- Courtney Force and Erica Enders -- won in the pro classes on the same day for the first time in NHRA history.
Courtney Force -- who got her first elimination-round win in Funny Car at the Winternationals -- may be the future of the NHRA, but dad John Force showed how it's done in the here and now.
From Funny Car rookies Courtney Force and Alexis DeJoria to Top Fuel newcomer Khalid alBalooshi, the 2012 NHRA season isn't lacking in intriguing storylines.
Courtney Force, the youngest daughter of 15-time NHRA champion John Force, will compete in Funny Car this season as a rookie, her father's team announced Tuesday.
Dan Wheldon drank the milk and celebrated in Victory Lane, but the actual winner of the Indianapolis 500 Sunday is under review by IndyCar officials.
Dan Wheldon's last-turn, steal-victory-from-defeat triumph in Sunday's 100th anniversary of the Indianapolis 500 left race fans believing in Cinderella lore and storybook endings.
Big wrecks, flying cars, injured fans, a driver jogging across the finish line, and a rookie winner. Just another wild and wacky Sunday night at Talladega.
What's gotten into Matt Kenseth? He couldn't buy a race win in 2008. Now he and his rookie crew chief are the hottest tandem in the garage.
Joey Logano already has the weight of the NASCAR world on his shoulders. That load got even heavier after a disastrous debut at Daytona.
He ain't your daddy's NASCAR. But Sprint Cup rookie Scott Speed's live-life-on-the-edge attitude should keep things pretty interesting.
Sam Hornish Jr. put an end the rumors, saying Friday he is staying in NASCAR and will not return to the IndyCar Series in 2009.
Patrick Carpentier has been released from Gillett Evernham Motorsports, sources confirmed Tuesday. Carpentier was the driver of the No. 10 Dodge for GEM.
Sprint Cup rookies Dario Franchitti and Sam Hornish Jr., the men who won the last two Indianapolis 500s, will not compete in the Indy 500 next month.
How was Michael McDowell feeling a day after one of the hardest crashes anyone has ever seen? Pretty good, thank you very much.