Tony Stewart Cleared To Race At RichmondTony Stewart has been cleared to return to racing and will be back in his car on Friday at Richmond International Raceway. The NASCAR champion missed the first eight races of the season with a fractured vertebra.
Stewart Still Weeks From Knowing When He Can DriveTony Stewart is anxiously waiting to find out when he will be able to return from a broken back to debut in what is supposed to be his last season as a full-time NASCAR Sprint Cup driver.
Kyle Busch Gets Weekend Sweep At MartinsvilleKyle Busch dominated on Sunday, leading 352 laps and pulling away on a restart with 11 laps to go and outrunning A.J. Allmendinger to the finish for his first NASCAR Sprint Cup Series victory at Martinsville Speedway.
Johnson Gets Past Harvick To Win At FontanaJimmie Johnson somehow saved his fastest lap for last, and Southern California's favorite racing son soared to another historic victory. Johnson pulled away in overtime to beat Kevin Harvick on Sunday at Fontana.
NASCAR Leader Facing Fallout After Trump EndorsementWhen Brian France endorsed Donald Trump for president, the chairman and chief executive of NASCAR thought of it as nothing more than a "routine endorsement." He's been dealing with the fallout ever since.
U.S. Grand Prix Race Will Run In 2016Race organizers announced Wednesday that the U.S. Grand Prix will run in 2016 after months of speculation that its financial struggles could scuttle Formula One's only race in the United States.
Hamlin Trying To Win With Another New Crew ChiefCrew chiefs have come and gone for Denny Hamlin, as Joe Gibbs Racing tries to find the elixir that will bring the talented driver his first NASCAR championship. Up next is Mike Wheeler.
Pint-Sized Abreu Could Be NASCAR's Next Big ThingOn the red carpet at Daytona 500 media day, Rico Abreu was a favorite, even as journalists had to take a knee to talk to him. In his director's chair seat, Abreu charmed the media, his feet dangling with room to spare above the ground.
Welcome To Texas: Texas Motor SpeedwayEverything's bigger in Texas. It's a popular saying that holds true for a lot of things, including our sports facilities. And there are none bigger than the Texas Motor Speedway in Fort Worth.
Jeff Gordon Finishes 6th In His Final NASCAR RaceJeff Gordon climbed out of his race car and stepped into the waiting arms of team owner Rick Hendrick. Gordon failed to add a fairytale finish to his storied career on Sunday.
Shortened Phoenix Race Ends Chase For EdwardsCarl Edwards drove around in a holding pattern as the rain started to fall, ready to wash away his Chase chances at any second. "We can't let it end like this," Edwards told his team on the radio. Unfortunately for them, it did.
U.S. Grand Prix's Future Questioned As Texas Cuts FundsGov. Greg Abbott's office said Wednesday that it is cutting nearly $6 million in funding for the U.S. Grand Prix, raising questions about the race's future just four years after F1 put a footprint on American soil.