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.
Olympic gymnastics champion Nastia Liukin has been named the grand marshal for the Indianapolis 500.
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.
Kyle Larson has been cleared to return to NASCAR racing next weekend at the Texas Motor Speedway after fainting last weekend during an autograph session.
Rusty Wallace has long believed that he retired from racing too soon, that he had another three years in his NASCAR career. He’ll get another chance in June at the X Games.
Brad Keselowski roared past Kurt Busch on the final lap and held off the streaking Kevin Harvick to win at Fontana on Sunday, earning his first NASCAR victory of the season in a wild finish.
Brian Vickers has been sidelined again by blood clots that prevent him from safely driving a race car. His third bout with blood clots was announced on Friday.
Kevin Harvick won Sunday at Phoenix International Raceway, where he is simply unbeatable. Harvick has won five of the last six races at Phoenix, and a record seven overall.
NASCAR placed crew chief Paul Wolfe on probation for the rest of the 2015 season after NASCAR caught Team Penske pulling out the fenders on Brad Keselowski’s car before qualifying at Las Vegas Motor Speedway.
After winning the Sprint Cup championship in their first season together, Kevin Harvick and his team came up with a new set of goals this year.
Kyle Busch has undergone surgery on his left foot, broken in a hard crash at Daytona International Speedway.