Kurt Busch will be sponsored by Haas Automation if he signs with Stewart-Haas Racing for the 2014 season.
The sponsor Hendrick Motorsports is close to signing to a multi-year deal for Dale Earnhardt Jr. will be new to NASCAR.
The owner of Hendrick Motorsports is "very close" to reaching a deal for the 13 unsponsored Sprint Cup races on Dale Earnhardt Jr.'s No. 88 car, the Charlotte Observer reported.
If a Sprint Cup team or sponsor is opposed to the practice of firing blanks from six-shooters at the April 13 National Rifle Association-sponsored Sprint Cup race, track president Eddie Gossage is willing to adjust.
The National Rifle Association announced on Monday that it has reached a deal to sponsor the April 13 Sprint Cup race, known as the NRA 500, at Texas Motor Speedway.
Lowe's has announced a two-year extension to stay with five-time Sprint Cup champion Jimmie Johnson on the No. 48 Hendrick Motorsports car.
Sponsorship issues at Stewart-Haas Racing are starting to clear up. Quicken Loans announced on Tuesday that it will double its presence on Ryan Newman's car to 18 races in 2013.
The owner of Richard Childress Racing has discussed putting 2004 Sprint Cup champion Kurt Busch in a fourth car next season if sponsorship can be found.
Richard Petty Motorsports will remain a part of the Sprint Cup Series in 2013 despite a loss of manufacturer money and limited sponsorship, the co-owner told ESPN.com.
Tony Stewart still plans to field three Sprint Cup cars at Stewart-Haas Racing in 2013 despite the loss of U.S. Army as the primary sponsor for Ryan Newman.
Despite sponsorship issues, Matt Kenseth's future is secure at Roush Fenway Racing.
Sponsorship concerns that Clint Bowyer had before the season have been resolved.
Daytona 500 winner Trevor Bayne says there are no aftereffects from Lyme disease, which sidelined him for two months last season.
David Ragan will drive for Front Row Motorsports in the 2012 Sprint Cup season.
Richard Petty said the reason Kurt Busch wasn't hired to drive his famous No. 43 was "personality."
Ricky Stenhouse, the reigning Nationwide Series rookie of the year and current points leader, says his future after this season is unclear due to sponsorship woes at Roush Fenway Racing.