Daytona International Speedway will implement a voluntary flag exchange program this weekend for any fans flying a Confederate flag during the track's traditional Independence Day race weekend.
When choosing daily fantasy drivers for the Fourth of July race at Daytona, keep your eyes on the contenders and the back of the pack, Matthew Willis writes.
Tommy Baldwin Racing has exercised its option to keep Alex Bowman as its driver through 2016.
As the weeks go by with the Chase looming larger, winless drivers such as David Ragan are looking chippy ... or desperate.
It is easy to say that when the Confederate battle flag has lost NASCAR, it has lost whatever little constituency it had in the culture at large, writes Charles P. Pierce.
A member of the 2015 NASCAR Next class, Nicole Behar, 17, has two top-5s in eight starts in the K&N West series. Her goal is to make it to Sprint Cup in the next five years.
With the hype on Jeff Gordon's Sonoma swan song coming into the race, Kyle Busch held on to win and check off one of the two big things on his to-do list to get into the Chase.
NASCAR has renewed discussions on ways that teams, which essentially are independent contractors for the sport, can have more long-term value.
Lewis Hamilton dominated F1. IndyCar's Will Power and NASCAR's Kevin Harvick were consistent. Juan Pablo Montoya would not be denied at the Indy 500. And no one had quicker reflexes than NHRA's Erica Enders-Stevens. Who deserves the ESPY for best driver? Vote now!
Calling the Confederate flag an "insensitive symbol" that he finds offensive, NASCAR chairman Brian France said the sport will be aggressive in disassociating the symbol from its events.
Racing at Sonoma requires skills and strategies you won't find at oval tracks, and not all drivers love it. But some want the validation that comes with a road course win.
With 11 races left before the Chase cutoff, Kyle Larson is 39 points behind and still looking for a signature win. Will it come at Sonoma?
For those who consider themselves romantic, they might have a challenge on their hands to top the way Dale Earnhardt Jr. proposed last week to girlfriend Amy Reimann.
The Sprint Cup Series is heading to its first of two road course races this weekend, at Sonoma. Should the series add a third road course race, possibly as part of the Chase?
Call him Big Daddy Kahne: Kasey Kahne is going to be a father, and he welcomes the news as time and experience have helped him grow as a person and a competitor, Marty Smith writes.
Bruton Smith, who in February stepped down as chief executive officer of track operator Speedway Motorsports Inc., has increased the voting power of his three sons in the company.
NASCAR, a sport with deep Southeastern roots, issued a statement Tuesday supporting the movement to take down the Confederate flag from the South Carolina Statehouse grounds.
Matthew Willis breaks down the best daily buys as the Sprint Cup series heads to Sonoma Raceway.
NASCAR has indefinitely suspended Joe Gibbs Racing development pit-crew member Ernest Pierce for violation of its substance-abuse policy.
Dale Earnhardt Jr. has always had the attention of his loyal fans. But his place on NASCAR's drivers' council shows his opinion is respected in the garage, and he's relishing the new challenge.
NASCAR is listening to its drivers, and the rule changes that will take effect at Kentucky prove that they're being heard. That's a major and welcome change, Ryan McGee writes.
Erik Jones took the lead from Ryan Blaney with 11 laps remaining and held on to win the NASCAR Xfinity Series AttiCat 300 on Sunday at Chicagoland Speedway.
A 43rd-place finish at Michigan has left Kyle Busch with little room for error to reach 30th place or better and make the Chase. The Turn 4 panel discusses his chances.
Confederate flag exchange at Daytona
Daytona International Speedway president Joie Chitwood is giving out U.S. flags this weekend: "The last thing you want is for anyone to come to a sporting event and really not enjoy that experience because of symbols that really represent things we're not proud of." Story