Sprint Cup Series
NASCAR fans from across the U.S. have winded their way to Fort Worth this weekend for Friday night’s O’Reilly 300 and Saturday night’s Sprint Cup race.
Rookie Kyle Larson will start from the pole position Saturday night in the NASCAR race at Richmond International Raceway after a thunderstorm arrived just in time to wash out qualifying.
Jeff Gordon is prepared to retire if he can win a fifth NASCAR championship.
Brad Keselowski estimates he’s paid between $75,000 and $100,000 in NASCAR fines in the last four years.
NASCAR Hall of Fame driver Richard Petty says Danica Patrick can only win a Sprint Cup Series race ‘if everybody else stayed home.’
Morgan Shepherd will attempt to become the oldest driver to race in the Daytona 500 when he tries to qualify later this month.
The new ‘Deterrence System’ classifies six different levels of penalties, with fines and point deductions increasing as the infractions become more severe.
Driver Carl Edwards says if NASCAR really wants to create more competition on the track and interest in the sport it needs to focus on changing the setup of the cars, not the championship format.
Matt Kenseth did his best to put on a brave face following his worst performance of the season, which just happened to come at the worst possible time in his championship battle with Jimmie Johnson.
The expected announcement Friday came about two months after Truex appeared to have made the Sprint Cup championship with Michael Waltrip Racing.
As the AAA Texas 500 weekend approaches, now is a good time to sit back and think about this track’s history. Even at 17 years old this track is still a baby compared to the long history and tradition of other tracks on the tour.
There were no surprises Tuesday when NASCAR revealed the 2014 Sprint Cup Series schedule because a date swap between Darlington and Kansas had already been announced by the respective tracks.