Dale Earnhardt Jr. appreciates the unwavering fan support more than you know. If only he could reward Junior Nation with the grandest gift of all: a Sprint Cup title.
The sports book at the Las Vegas Wynn has Brad Keselowski tied with Jeff Gordon for seventh in odds for winning the 2013 title.
In the battle between Brad Keselowski and Jimmie Johnson, the time for talking is almost through. Who has the advantage at Homestead when they lace up the gloves Sunday?
In Mark Martin's world, racers wouldn't be so preoccupied with salvaging top-20 finishes and trying to make the Chase. Racers would just race, like Martin does today.
Tony Stewart knows something about being the last man standing in NASCAR, but how did he do on the ABC TV show "Last Man Standing"? Not too bad, as you can see Tuesday night.
From Darian Grubb's heartfelt speech at the Bellagio to the Busch brothers apologizing for their recent behavior, Champion's Week in Las Vegas offers a roller coaster of emotions.
Kyle Busch has won plenty of races at every NASCAR level, but the big prize has eluded him. Is it now or never for him to win a Sprint Cup title?
Where's Junior? He's in the Chase, and NASCAR's most popular driver has a shot to run for the championship. Seriously.
NASCAR points leader Kyle Busch has had his driver's license suspended in a case stemming from his high-speed joy ride in a luxury car.
Kyle Busch always had the talent. He always had the passion to win that drew comparisons to the great Dale Earnhardt. But his secret weapon? Her name is Samantha.
You may not know much about Mike Ford, Denny Hamlin's crew chief. But you should know that if Hamlin wins the Sprint Cup title on Sunday, Ford will be a big reason.
Don't underestimate the power of long hair. Or the power of stinky diapers. But what do flowing locks and dirty drawers have to do with the 2010 Cup title? Plenty.
Winning championships is nothing new for Joe Gibbs. Coach won three Super Bowls with the Washington Redskins. Is a fourth Sprint Cup title in the cards?
Just call Rick Hendrick the George Steinbrenner of NASCAR. He just keeps stockpiling talent. His latest prize? Kasey Kahne, who'll get his best shot to win a Cup title.
There will be no sophomore slump at Stewart-Haas Racing. Owner/driver Tony Stewart says he expects the 14 car to contend for a championship in 2010.
One way to prevent three-time defending champ Jimmie Johnson from dominating the Chase? Simple. Add a road course (or two) and remove JJ's favorite tracks from the playoff schedule.