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Kyle Larson set a track record of 183.438 mph to win his first career Sprint Cup pole Friday at Pocono Raceway.
The Goodyear tire test at Homestead-Miami Speedway has been moved to Sept. 9, when the Chase for the Sprint Cup championship field has already been set.
Denny Hamlin says he'll use this week's suspension of his crew chief as motivation to prove his car can go fast "no matter what."
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Sprint Cup driver Austin Dillon isn't so fast on ice skates.
Five Brickyard 400 championships. Sprint Cup points leader. All-American dad. Can life get any better for Jeff Gordon? Yes, it can. This week he's the king of Ryan McGee's NASCAR Power Rankings.
Greg Ives will return to Hendrick Motorsports next season as crew chief for Dale Earnhardt Jr.
NASCAR suspended Denny Hamlin's crew chief and car chief on Tuesday for six races because the Joe Gibbs Racing entry failed inspection following his third-place finish at Indianapolis Motor Speedway.
NASCAR will not allow championship-eligible drivers to participate in a Goodyear tire test at Homestead-Miami Speedway.
Is Roush Fenway a top-tier team? What can revive the Brickyard? Two drivers to win their first in the next six races? What was special about Jeff Gordon's Indy win? Our experts have at it.
A month that started on a high note for Danica Patrick at Daytona fizzled on another of her favorite tracks when a broken rear gear resulted in a 42nd-place finish at the Brickyard.
With a fifth Brickyard 400 victory on the line, Jeff Gordon looked like the driver he was 20 years ago.
Kasey Kahne needed a win more than most Sunday at Indianapolis Motor Speedway, and it was looking pretty good until he fell flat on the race's final restart with 17 laps to go, writes John Oreovicz.
Jeff Gordon won his first Brickyard 400 in 1994. Twenty years later, he returned to Victory Lane at Indianapolis Motor Speedway for the fifth time. The four-time Cup champ now has high hopes for a fifth, Ed Hinton writes.
Carl Edwards will not be driving the No. 99 Ford for Roush Fenway Racing beyond the 2014 season. Where will he land? And what will become of RFR? John Oreovicz has an idea.