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With the return of Brian Vickers uncertain, Michael Waltrip Racing has decided to replace him for the remainder of the season with David Ragan beginning with the May 8-9 race weekend at Kansas.
Denny Hamlin led almost from start to finish Friday night and won the NASCAR Xfinity Series race at Richmond International Raceway.
NASCAR says three pit road crew members were taken to a hospital after a fire broke out on pit road Friday night during the Xfinity Series race at Richmond International Raceway.
NASCAR has issued another warning to teams about the consequences of repeatedly failing inspections at the race track.
NASCAR chairman Brian France is not sure if Kyle Busch will be granted a waiver to be part of the championship chase when he returns from injury, but said Thursday the sanctioning body would like
President Barack Obama says NASCAR's winning team is kind of like his relationship with Vice President Joe Biden.
Steve Byrnes, a popular Fox broadcaster who reported on NASCAR for the last 30 years, has died of cancer at age 56.
Four years after losing his ride at a top Sprint Cup Series team, David Ragan wants to make the most of his opportunity to show what he can do as a full-season replacement for Brian Vickers.
Many crew chiefs don't want a driver to give them a lot of suggestions about how to improve the car. Tony Gibson does, and he's happy to be paired with Kurt Busch because of it.
The past six months of Kurt Busch's life have been tumultuous as he faced a domestic violence charge. With that now behind him, his dominant victory Sunday was one of his proudest moments.
Working as a NASCAR jack man is more than just a pit stop in the athletic career of Asa Watson, one of several former NFL players who took a left turn from the gridiron to the garage.
Now that Matt Kenseth has all but locked up a place in the Chase, what are his chances of contending? The Turn 4 panel debates NASCAR's big questions ahead of this weekend's action at Richmond.
Ryan McGee remembers his friend and former colleague Steve Byrnes, who died on April 21 after a long fight with cancer.
The lack of a race car driver in the ESPN.com Top 20 doesn't surprise Ryan McGee. But it reminds him of the time he discussed similar rankings with Dale Earnhardt Sr. And that's a top-20 story.
Ex-Sprint Cup Series director John Darby won't spend a lot of time talking about the details of his departure from NASCAR.
It's hard to describe just how wild and weird things got at Bristol Motor Speedway on Sunday. Frogs, wrecks, moths and a winner breaking a 51-race winning streak. You know, the usual.
Will Roush Fenway Racing put a driver in the Chase? And how quickly should Erik Jones ascend to the Sprint Cup Series?
Kyle Busch is itching to get back on the track, but his recovery from crash injuries has also helped him gain perspective and maturity, Bob Pockrass writes.
Dale Earnhardt Jr. is running well -- third at Texas -- but still winless. He'll admit in the win-and-you're-in era of the Chase that can weigh on a driver's mind.
He dominated at times, but victory didn't appear inevitable for Jimmie Johnson and crew chief Chad Knaus on Saturday night. Then they worked their old Texas magic again.
It's been only 20 years, but the race held on April 9, 1995, at North Wilkesboro Speedway has become a time capsule for a bygone era, Ryan McGee writes.