Six-time NASCAR Sprint Cup Series champ Jimmie Johnson won for the first time this season at last weeks Coca-Cola 600 at Charlotte Motor Speedway. Hes racing Sunday at Dover International Speedway a track where he has eight career victories.
Kyle Busch followed up a victory in Fridays NASCAR Truck Series race by holding off Trevor Bayne to win Saturdays Buckle Up 200 Nationwide race in Dover, Del. He goes for a sweep Sunday in the Sprint Cups FedEx 400.
NASCAR Sprint Cup Series: Tony Stewart returns to Dover International Speedway where he found success in 2013 before his season came to a halt after broken leg in sprint car race
Kyle Busch remained perfect in NASCAR Truck Series racing Friday, winning his fourth race in as many tries this season in the Lucas Oil 200 at Dover International Speedway.
Jeff Gordon is feeling better for Sundays FedEx 400 at Dover International Speedway after experiencing spasms last Saturday at Charlotte Motor Speedway.
Joey Logano has won four consecutive Nationwide races at the Monster Mile and goes for a fifth Saturday in the Buckle Up 200. If Logano does win, hell tie a Nationwide Series record for consecutive victories at a track, joining Jack Ingram (South Boston), Dale Earnhardt (Daytona) and Kyle Busch (Texas).
NASCAR Sprint Cup at Dover International Speedway: It took a stop at Charlotte Motor Speedway, where Jimmie Johnson has enjoyed much success, to earn his first win in 2014. Does Matt Kenseth, who has found much success in Sundays FedEx400, have next?
Nearly 10 years ago, Huntersville resident and physician assistant Bill Heisel saw a need for a motorsports program to keep over-the-wall NASCAR crewmen performing at their peak. Today he’s joined by physical therapist Ken Breath, also of Huntersville, and athletic trainer Angela Sneed of Mooresville as they treat the motorsports athletes in the shops and at the track.
2014 NASCAR Sprint Cup at Dover International Speedway: Jeff Gordon heads into Sunday’s FedEx 400 on top of the Sprint Cup Series points standings. ... Who’s Hot/Who’s Not features drivers Jimmie Johnson, Kevin Harvick, Kurt Busch and Kasey Kahne.
Ryan Hunter-Reay was deeply disappointed when his 2012 championship was overshadowed by IndyCar politics. His breakthrough moment was largely ignored by the league as it fought with yet another CEO.
Jimmie Johnson led a race-high 164 of 400 laps and held off Kevin Harvick to win Sunday night’s Coca-Cola600 at Charlotte Motor Speedway, site of six previous Cup victories by Johnson in his career.
When late model racing became too expensive for Larry Benz, the Harrisburg resident had the opportunity to compete in Classic Sportsman Racing at Hickory Motor Speedway. The two-time Concord Speedway dirt track champion is now second in the division’s points at the historic Hickory track.
I like all the principals embroiled in the NASCAR controversy, but I condemn as wrong in the extreme what the Waltrip contingent did in an attempt to alter the outcome of the Richmond race.
Hendrick Motorsports team owner Rick Hendrick said he was just as mad as his driver, Jeff Gordon, over the penalties NASCAR handed down Monday night regarding Michael Waltrip Racing's attempt to manipulate the outcome of Saturday night's race at Richmond, Va.
NASCAR announced today the NASCAR K&N Pro Series East event scheduled for Rockingham (N.C.) Speedway on Saturday, Nov. 2 has been cancelled.
How they stack up for the 2013 Chase for the Sprint Cup championship after Saturday night's race in Richmond.
Three drivers in need of a win or strong finish to make this years 12-driver Chase field took the top three positions in qualifying on Friday, led by Jeff Gordons track record lap at 130.599 mph.
Jimmie Johnson will skip qualifying after welcoming his second daughter into the world early Friday. But he will compete in Saturday night's race at Richmond.
NASCAR Sprint Cup Series driver Ryan Newman was asked Thursday night about the complaints many fans have had about how he was treated by Stewart-Haas Racing.
Pandemonium and confusion reigned. I know this is cliché, and I loathe that. However, there are few other sufficient ways to describe what took place in NASCARs Miller 400 on Feb. 23, 1986.
Despite his numerous NASCAR records, one thing has eluded Kyle Busch a Sprint Cup Series championship. After his victory in Sunday nights AdvoCare 500 at Atlanta Motor Speedway, Busch and his No. 18 Joe Gibbs Racing team appear more prepared than ever to battle for the ultimate prize.
The role of the spotter in NASCAR racing.
All Ricky Stenhouse Jr. needed to do to win his first pole in the Sprint Cup Series was listen to his team owner, Jack Roush.
Hooters of America, LLC, and Chanticleer Holdings, Inc., a franchisee of international Hooters locations, announced Friday that Hooters is sponsoring Nelson Piquet Jr.'s No. 30 Chevrolet in the NASCAR Nationwide Series race at Chicagoland Speedway on Sept. 14.
NASCAR Sprint Cup Series preview for Sunday's AdvoCare 500 at Atlanta Motor Speedway.
Kyle Busch has now won the first two NASCAR races this week at Bristol Motor Speedway. The third is going to be much more difficult.
Denny Hamlin may have no chance at winning the Sprint Cup Series championship this season but he does have a good shot to repeat his August win of a year ago at Bristol Motor Speedway.
Utter: I asked Logano on Friday if he honestly had some self-satisfaction after winning last Sunday toward the people who doubted whether he belonged at Penske or would have preferred another driver in the ride.
When Brian Vickers was recently announced as the fulltime driver of Michael Waltrip Racing's No. 55 Toyota for the 2014 season, one of things he said he looked forward to was working more with the team's crew chief, Rodney Childers.
No variations are tolerated in NASCAR's specifications nowadays. Junior Johnson's banana-mobile never would fly today.
NASCAR announced on Tuesday it has indefinitely suspended Eric Maycroft, the front tire changer on Sprint Cup Series driver Martin Truex Jr.'s pit crew, for violation of its substance abuse policy.
With his first victory of the season secured, its time for Joey Logano to concentrate on bigger things. Like making it to NASCARs postseason, the Chase for the Sprint Cup, for the first time during his six-year career.
Joey Logano won the Pure Michigan 400 for his first victory of the season. Logano is now in 13th place in the standings, and just 7 points behind Martin Truex Jr. for the final Wild Card spot in the Chase for the Sprint Cup.
Some star drivers of the past probably couldnt get rides nowadays for the sorriest of reasons.
Ross Kenseth, the 20-year-old son of 2003 NASCAR Sprint Cup Series champion Matt Kenseth, will attempt to make his first start in the Automobile Racing Club of America series on Sunday, Aug. 25, at Madison (Wis.) International Speedway.
Austin Dillon will replace the injured Tony Stewart in the Stewart-Haas Racing No. 14 Chevy this weekend at Michigan International Speedway.
Theres winning and losing. And theres wrecking and racing. The minuscule differences between each played a defining role in Kyle Buschs victory in Sundays Cheez-It 355 at Watkins Glen International.
After falling short on the final laps at Watkins Glen 2 years in a row, Kyle Busch finally won at the road course, holding off Brad Keselowski for his 3rd win of 2013. Busch spoke after the race.
The "Night of Wings" at Bridgeport Speedway in New Jersey on June 12 was suspended after NASCAR driver Jason Leffler died following an accident in a sprint car during the night's racing activities.
NASCAR's most popular driver didn't mince words when asked Friday at Watkins Glen (N.Y.) International about his reaction when he first heard Tony Stewart got hurt racing at a dirt track on Monday and would be out for a while.