IndyCar Continues Quest For Safer Way To RaceEvents from this season have put safety front and center once again in the IndyCar world.
Bowyer Focused On Present, Not FutureClint Bowyer is perpetually happy whenever he comes to Kansas Speedway, feeling as if he's at home, just a short drive from where he first achieved racing stardom.
Hendrick Locks Johnson & Lowe's Through 2017Hendrick Motorsports has locked up Jimmie Johnson and sponsor Lowe's through the 2017 season. The extensions were finalized as Johnson prepared for NASCAR's playoffs.
Edwards Rallies For Southern 500 WinCarl Edwards rallied after falling two laps down because of a flat tire, then beat Brad Keselowski off pit road for the lead and held on for his first Southern 500 victory on Sunday.
IndyCar Heads To Finale After Wilson's DeathJustin Wilson died Monday night from his injuries sustained during a crash, just four years after Dan Wheldon was killed in a horrific crash during the IndyCar season finale.
NASCAR 'Gentle Giant' Buddy Baker Dies At 74Buddy Baker, who won the 1980 Daytona 500 and was known as NASCAR's 'Gentle Giant,' died on Monday after a brief battle with lung cancer. He was 74 years old.
Logano Saves Fuel To Win At Watkins GlenJoey Logano kept his foot on the gas pedal a little bit longer than usual after taking the checkered flag at Watkins Glen International, a huge cloud of smoke wafting toward victory lane.
Richard Petty Receives Argetsinger AwardRichard Petty, the winningest driver in NASCAR history, was honored Thursday night with the Cameron R. Argetsinger Award for outstanding contributions to motorsports.
Kenseth Stretches Fuel & Steals Win At PoconoOne by one, fuel woes cost the contenders. But the pain at the pump for drivers pushing toward the finish line was the break Matt Kenseth needed to coast past them all at Pocono Raceway.
Busch Keeps Cool To Get Elusive Indy WinKyle Busch outdueled Joey Logano and Kevin Harvick on each of the last three restarts, finally overcoming searing humidity to win his first Brickyard 400.
IndyCar Conduct Code Limits Driver CriticismIndyCar CEO Mark Miles has followed through on a promise to curtail criticism of the series that he believes to be damaging with the creation of a new conduct code.
Bourdais Wins At Milwaukee With Late SurgeSebastien Bourdais pulled away after a late caution for his second IndyCar victory of the season, turning aside a brief challenge from second-place finisher Helio Castroneves.