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It's inevitable. As the old guard starts to retire, fans are left looking for someone new to root for. With Austin Dillon, Kyle Larson, Chase Elliott and more on the way, this sport's in good hands.
Chase Elliott will replace Jeff Gordon in the No. 24 Chevrolet when the four-time NASCAR champion gives up his seat at the end of this season.
The Wood Brothers have pushed Ryan Blaney's schedule to 18 Sprint Cup Series races this season.
NASCAR Hall of Famer and former three-time Cup champion David Pearson is recovering from a mild stroke he suffered on Dec. 9.
One victory, that's all the difference. Sure, Richard Petty Motorsports was climbing out of a hole and on the rise, but Aric Almirola's victory last season -- and Chase berth -- made a big difference you can see now.
Tony Stewart has purchased the All Star Circuit of Champions Sprint Car Series, one of the oldest, traveling winged sprint car tours in the country.
Kurt Busch is confident he is in line for his best NASCAR season ever despite a domestic violence case that could keep him off the track.
HScott Motorsports will expand to two full-time Sprint Cup Series cars this season by adding Michael Annett.
Brian Vickers is eager to get back on the racetrack and prove to everyone he still has what it takes to win Sprint Cup races following emergency open heart surgery last month.
Stewart-Haas Racing certainly got the production it was seeking from Cup champion Kevin Harvick in 2014. Now, about all that other drama ...
The big news out of the first day of the NASCAR media tour is that there was no big news. For most fans of the sport, that is very likely good news.
NASCAR won't change its new championship format, which chairman Brian France says is "overwhelmingly popular" with fans.
You won't find anyone in racing more respected than Roger Penske. That isn't by accident, of course. And much of his career is well-charted, but there are parts that are still hard to believe.
Jeff Gordon has been such a big part of NASCAR -- and if you're around the sport, a big part of your life -- that his announcing he's racing his final full Cup season, brings in a flood of memories.
Daytona International Speedway has extended its partnership with Rolex as the title sponsor for the annual 24-hour endurance race at the famed track.
Thirsty for more NASCAR news after two months of relative inactivity? No worries. Next week's media tour in Charlotte is certain to produce storylines aplenty.