Keselowski Races Way Into 3rd Round Of NASCAR's PlayoffsKeselowski earned an automatic berth into the third round of the playoffs with a victory Sunday at Talladega, where he considered himself lucky to finish after a sloppy day for NASCAR.
Hight Wins Funny Car At Texas MotorplexHight raced to a 3.877-second pass at 332.34 mph in his Chevrolet Camaro SS to beat reigning world champion and category points leader Ron Capps in the final.
Truex Opens NASCAR's Playoffs With Win At ChicagolandTruex backed up his regular-season dominance with a victory Sunday in NASCAR's playoff opener at Chicagoland Speedway that solidified himself as the driver to beat over the final nine races as he chases his first Cup championship.
Dale Jr. Calls Harvick's Comments 'Hurtful'Dale Earnhardt Jr. said Thursday he's proud of his accomplishments after Kevin Harvick suggested NASCAR's growth has been hindered because Earnhardt hasn't won enough.
Hendrick Motorsports, Driver Kasey Kahne Split After 6 YearsThe team said in a statement Monday that Kahne has been released from the final year of his contract, allowing him to begin pursing a Monster Energy Cup ride for 2018.
Truex Wins Fuel-Mileage Gamble At Watkins GlenTruex held off a charging Matt Kenseth on the final lap Sunday and won the NASCAR Cup race at Watkins Glen International, stretching his fuel to the triumphant end.
NASCAR Sets Restrictions On Low-Tier Races For Cup Drivers NASCAR has tightened the restrictions for 2018 on Cup drivers who want to drive in lower-tier race series.
Kyle Busch Ends Winless Season With Cup Victory At PoconoBusch used a bump-and-run on Kevin Harvick to take the lead with 16 laps left and held on to snap a 36-race losing streak and win the NASCAR Cup race at Pocono Raceway on Sunday.
Johnson Agrees To 3-Year Extension With Hendrick MotorsportsJimmie Johnson has agreed to a three-year contract extension that keeps the seven-time NASCAR Cup Series champion with Hendrick Motorsports through 2020.
Power Wins Wild IndyCar Race At Texas Under CautionPower, who led 180 of the 248 laps, was the leader when Dixon got wrecked by Takuma Sato, and finished ahead of Tony Kanaan, who other drivers and at least one owner blamed for a big crash earlier that led to a nearly 31-minute red flag.
Turmoil For IndyCar With The Pack Back At Repaved Texas Motor SpeedwayAt Texas Motor Speedway, where over the past 20 years IndyCar has had some of its fastest and most exciting finishes, drivers quickly worked in a second groove on the 1½-mile track that was repaved earlier this year.
No Break For Dixon To Let Foot Heal Since Indy CrashIdeally, Dixon could have used a week or two off after a horrific crash at the Indianapolis 500 to let his foot heal. Instead, it was straight to Detroit the following weekend for IndyCar's only doubleheader, and now Texas Motor Speedway