The 20th running of the Brickyard 400 won't go down as a race to remember. Unless your name is Ryan Newman, that is.
Tony Gibson will leave Ryan Newman's car after Sunday's race to become Danica Patrick's crew chief in the No. 10 Chevrolet for her final two Sprint Cup races this season, Stewart-Haas Racing officials announced Friday.
We hear this question a lot from fans: Where will (insert driver's name) end up next season? The better question is: Where can he go? Options are limited.
Winning the Cup race at Las Vegas won't guarantee you a championship. But if you aren't good in Sin City, you may be in for a long season.
The wild card in this Chase? Fuel mileage. It's the great equalizer for the 12 playoff drivers trying to win a Sprint Cup championship.
Sorry, Dale, Denny, Tony and Ryan. Y'all are pretenders in this Chase. The contenders? The rest of the playoff field, led by five-time defending champ Jimmie Johnson.
It was a "perfect weekend" for Stewart-Haas Racing. Ryan Newman won the Lenox Industrial Tools 301 at Loudon to bolster his Chase chances, and his boss, Tony Stewart, finished second.
Week after week, the Sprint Cup Series marches closer to the start of the Chase. As New Hampshire looms, these are tense times for winless drivers such as Ryan Newman.
Stewart-Haas Racing came out of the blocks strong in 2009, but 2010 was a bit of a disappointment. How do Tony Stewart and Ryan Newman see 2011 shaping up? Well, they'll get back to you on that.
Race 1,100 miles in one day? It can be done. But winning the Indy 500 and Coke 600 in the same day? If you think that's possible, Terry Blount has some swampland in Florida he'd like to sell you.
The way many fans figure it, NASCAR's Chase for the Sprint Cup owes Jeff Gordon a title or two. Terry Blount predicts a fifth championship is finally in Gordon's stars.
Fans can complain about the Chase until they're blue in the face, but the format is here to stay. Why? As it has before, it's clearly making this season more exciting.
It's been a wild season of ups and downs. Cars are flying, stars are struggling. How are things at the halfway mark? Terry Blount is ready to give out some awards.
Tony Stewart said Friday he was open to adding a third Sprint Cup car to Stewart Haas Racing in 2010 if the right sponsor/driver combination was available.
The most overlooked driver in the Sprint Cup Series? It's easily the No. 1 employee at Stewart-Haas Racing: Ryan Newman.
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