Danica Patrick made some fond memories in the Indy 500, but focused now on her NASCAR career, she's not thinking of going back to make new ones.
NASCAR heads to Charlotte, where you should focus on Kevin Harvick, writes Matthew Willis.
Matt Crafton beat Kyle Busch to the checkered flag by a healthy margin to give him back-to-back victories in the Truck Series.
Kyle Larson lost the Sprint All-Star Race, but there was hope about the way the cars raced. Kevin Harvick will cut back in Xfinity. Bob Pockrass breaks that down and more in the Monday Rundown.
Saturday night's Sprint All-Star Race won by Joey Logano was ... interesting. Was it any good? Well, there was a thrilling finish, but before that, it was ... interesting, writes Ryan McGee.
Joey Logano outdueled Kyle Larson in a thrilling finish to Saturday's All-Star Race, but several drivers expressed confusion and frustration with the exhibition's new format.
NASCAR rules are constantly evolving, and some of the newer ones seemed to be aimed at Joe Gibbs Racing. Kyle Busch says good luck with that.
Danica Patrick continues to cultivate her fan base even as she struggles to consistently run in the top 20. And it's those fans who could vote her into Saturday's NASCAR Sprint All-Star Race.
Dollar General will leave as Matt Kenseth's sponsor, leaving Joe Gibbs Racing with 30 races to fill beginning next season.
Be sure to pay attention to the command to start engines.Tony Stewart, in his last all-star race, will give the command, his first "retirement tour" act of his final Sprint Cup season.
Was Kyle Larson aggressive enough? Should the All-Star Race stay in Charlotte? Biggest headline this season? Our gang has at it.
Stewart-Haas Racing announced Thursday that 2014 Sprint Cup champion Kevin Harvick had signed a long-term extension with the organization.
Denny Hamlin has had speed all season, but he and his No. 11 team have lacked is consistency since winning the season-opening Daytona 500. Yet the defending All-Star Race winner is confident.
Dale Earnhardt Jr. let his frustrations boil over concerning his recent Sprint Cup struggles: "I'm clearly disappointed," he said. "We have got a lot of work to do."
Catwalk for a Cause, which raises awareness for pediatric cancer, has been a must-go on the NASCAR calendar. Then event founder Sherry Pollex was stricken. But the show will go on.
No, Kevin Harvick didn't win on Sunday, instead becoming part of Miles the Monster's late-race snack. But "Happy" did look good, and that puts him back atop Ryan McGee's Sprint Cup Power Rankings.
Kasey Kahne had 15 points taken away by NASCAR following a rules infraction for rear-axle measurements last week.
Of course Kyle Larson wanted to win Sunday. So did Darrell Wallace Jr. and Alex Bowman on Saturday, Matt Crafton did win Friday. Bob Pockrass breaks it all down in the Monday Rundown.
Matt Kenseth has run well all season, even if he had little to show for it. He finally got on the right side of the racing gods Sunday, winning at Dover when he likely shouldn't have.
Matt Kenseth held off Kyle Larson in a thrilling run down the stretch to win a wreck-filled race Sunday at Dover International Speedway.
Matt Kenseth held off a hard-charging Kyle Larson over the final 20 laps with rookie Chase Elliott also in the mix to win the AAA 400 Drive for Autism Dover International Speedway on Sunday.
NASCAR, testing a possible rule change for the 2017 season, will decrease the side force for cars at the Sprint All-Star Race weekend.
As NASCAR continues to make changes, Friday at Dover made it apparent that some changes -- such as putting up more soft walls on tracks -- aren't happening fast enough.
Matt Kenseth's victory at Dover International Speedway put him in the Chase mix along with the six other drivers who have won this season. He also was the last Joe Gibbs Racing driver to get to Victory Lane in 2016.
Of course it takes talent to dominate at a track the way Jimmie Johnson has at Dover. But his 10 wins in 28 races is as much about knowledge as skill, says Ricky Craven
Erik Jones is $100,000 richer after winning the Xfinity race at Dover and the series' bonus from the Dash-4-Cash program.
Darrell Wallace Jr. posted the highest finish for an African-American driver in the Xfinity Series, placing second Saturday at Dover.
NASCAR heads to Dover International Speedway this week, and Matthew Willis breaks down his best values for DFS.
Marty Smith visits the 450,000-square-foot home of Penske, where it's Christmastime -- in May. For Roger Penske, May matters more than anything else in his expansive business.
Attorneys for Teresa Earnhardt released a statement to further explain the reasoning behind her attempt to deny Dale Earnhardt's oldest son, Kerry, the use of the "Earnhardt Collection" brand.
Richard Childress Racing hasn't won in its past 84 Cup races, and its drivers -- and team owner -- are feeling the pressure. But just one win could get them over the hump and lead to big things.
Will Tony Stewart make the Chase? Who needs a win more, Matt Kenseth or Joey Logano? Is NASCAR's All-Star race format improved? Our gang has at it.
NFL player Greg Olsen takes a spin in the car-racing world and finds it's no easy ride.
A three-car accident triggered by a gear failure in Danica Patrick's car collected Tony Stewart and Jamie McMurray during practice at Dover on Friday.
Kevin Harvick has won the pole at Dover International Speedway after rain wiped out qualifying Friday.
Matt Crafton has ended his winless drought in the Truck series, racing away with the win Friday at Dover. Daniel Suarez was second.
Should the regular-season Sprint Cup champion get a bye out of the first round of the Chase? Maybe a big check? Brad Keselowski and other drivers have ideas. Will NASCAR listen?
Kyle Busch is a pretty easy pick at No. 1 right now. Turns out so is No. 2. Kevin Harvick keeps finishing second, but he'll need to win to get back atop Ryan McGee's Sprint Cup Power Rankings.
Matthew Willis gives his top early drivers to target heading into NASCAR's race at Dover this week.
Adam Stevens, the crew chief for Kyle Busch, has been suspended for one race and fined after his pit crew violated NSCAR's lug nut rule during Saturday's win at Kansas Speedway.
Ryan Blaney's top-5 in the Cup race at Kansas and William Byron winning the Truck race shows the youth movement is strong up and down NASCAR. John Oreovicz has a look in the Monday Rundown.
Kansas Speedway has seldom been kind to Kyle Busch, but he made sure things went his way -- with a little help -- to post his third Sprint Cup victory of the season on Saturday night.
Kerry Earnhardt and wife Rene are fighting to keep using the name "Earnhardt Collection" on home designs as Kerry's stepmother Teresa Earnhardt continues to try to stop them in court.
John Oreovicz Autos, Open-Wheel
Indianapolis Motor Speedway officials announced that all general admission tickets for the 100th running of the Indianapolis 500 have sold out. It's the first sellout for the '500' in at least 20 years. In addition, the local blackout of the live ABC broadcast of the race will be lifted this year. "There's no event like the Indianapolis 500 and for the event to sell out on the occasion of the 100th running is a testament to the enduring legacy of 'The Greatest Spectacle in Racing,'" said Hulman Motorspirts CEO Mark Miles.
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