Kyle Busch will run the All-Star race this weekend, his first competition since he was seriously injured in a crash at Daytona nearly three month ago.
NASCAR has been trying to reach younger demographics for years, particularly as stars such as Jeff Gordon close in on retirement.
Carl Edwards spoke with NASCAR president Mike Helton on Friday about the finish of last week’s race at Talladega, which ended under green despite a massive wreck.
NASCAR’s final appeals officer has upheld penalties levied against Richard Childress Racing for intentionally manipulating Ryan Newman’s tires in March.
Hendrick Motorsports announced Wednesday that NAPA has signed a three-year deal to be the majority sponsor for Chase Elliott, who will replace Jeff Gordon next season.
Rico Abreu, the reigning USAC national champion and winner of this year’s Chili Bowl, is among 12 drivers who were named to NASCAR’s latest “Next” class for emerging stars.
There’s something about Talladega Superspeedway — its ardent Earnhardt fans, the success his family has had at the track — that makes Dale Earnhardt Jr. feel a responsibility to put on a show.
The internet domain giant has decided to pull its NASCAR sponsorship of Patrick’s No. 10 Chevrolet, which is fielded by Stewart-Haas Racing.
David Ragan will move to Michael Waltrip Racing next week and finish the season as the replacement driver for Brian Vickers.
NASCAR chairman Brian France isn’t sure if Kyle Busch will be granted a waiver to be part of the chase, but said the sanctioning body would like to “accommodate” him.
Michael Waltrip will drive the No. 55 Toyota in next week’s race at Talladega Superspeedway in Alabama.
Kenseth snapped a 51-race losing streak by holding off Jeff Gordon and Jimmie Johnson on one final restart in NASCAR’s determined effort to stage a complete race.