Don’t pay attention to the lack of wins with just Dale Earnhardt Jr.’s season-opening Daytona 500 victory in the ledger. Instead, see three of the Hendrick superstars are in the top five in points.
NASCAR added Jeff Gordon to the Chase for the Sprint Cup championship field Friday, a stunning and unprecedented step in the fallout from at least two attempts to manipulate the results at the season-ending race at Richmond last weekend.
Johnson became the first four-time winner of NASCAR’s annual All-Star race, breaking a tie with the late Dale Earnhardt and teammate Jeff Gordon on Saturday night.
Four-Time NASCAR champion Jeff Gordon has been fined $100,000 and docked 25 points for intentionally wrecking Clint Bowyer at Phoenix International Raceway.
The NASCAR Sprint Cup points leader is joining with his Hendrick Motorsports team and primary sponsor Lowe’s to donate to disaster relief and rebuilding efforts.
Dale Earnhardt Jr. has a concussion and will sit out the next two Sprint Cup races at Charlotte and Kansas.
Starting next week, NASCAR is limiting the amount of movement of the bushings located in the rear suspension to a quarter of an inch.
Greg Biffle regained the lead when he charged under Jimmie Johnson with 30 laps left Saturday night, then pulled away to end his 49-race winless streak while giving owner Jack Roush another NASCAR Sprint Cup victory in Texas.
NASCAR has confiscated part of Jimmie Johnson’s Daytona 500 car because of illegal modifications.
Hendrick Motorsports made sweeping changes to its organization Tuesday, shuffling its lineup for every team except five-time defending champion Jimmie Johnson.