When she isn't racing, Danica Patrick spends her personal time away from racing circles. Sometimes the best thing to do is nothing.
Stewart-Haas Racing co-owner Gene Haas called the pairing of driver Kevin Harvick with crew chief Rodney Childers a "dream team." The architect behind it all? That would be one Tony Stewart.
With racing's best clawing for a spot in the Contender Round, Danica Patrick charged to the lead late at Talladega and -- though she fell back -- earned trust and respect in the process.
Mum's the word, but a test in Nashville spurred mechanical changes to Danica Patrick's car that helped propel her to her best Sprint Cup finish. The setup should apply this weekend.
Rookie Parker Kligerman was involved in a multi-car wreck Wednesday, sliding on his roof halfway down the front-stretch in the first full practice for the Daytona 500.
Jimmie Johnson's on a record-tying title quest and Tony Stewart is on the road to recovery. Those are only two things that bear watching in 2014.
A jarring crash ended her day early at Kansas, but Danica Patrick remains determined to finish the season on a positive note.
Danica Patrick and Courtney Force have earned the headlines for women in auto racing thus far this season, but other drivers have had their moments, too.
Not only did Danica Patrick and Brad Keselowski collide on Lap 319, the incident appeared to be caused by none other than Ricky Stenhouse Jr.
When Joe Nemechek isn't wheeling a race car, he's sweeping the shop floor, chasing down parts, updating his own website or making sponsor calls. Yes, just livin' the NASCAR dream.
You'd think driving for Kyle Busch would give a young racer cause to worry. Then again, the owner Parker Kligerman first drove for was some guy named Roger Penske.
Crew chief Tony Gibson and his team are fired up to work with Danica Patrick in her Sprint Cup campaign, and it begins this weekend at Texas Motor Speedway.
The NASCAR conversation started seven years ago when Scott St. John, a motor coach representative and former Sprint Cup manager, noticed traits in Danica Patrick he thought would translate to stock cars.
In the second Sprint Cup race of her career, Danica Patrick fared much better than her first, a disaster at Daytona that included a first-lap crash.