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Does the Sprint Cup Series deserve a passing grade given the lack of passing this season? And is the Coca-Cola 600 still one of the season's marquee events?
Jeff Gordon will take on a full-time analyst job with Fox in 2016, when he will join Mike Joy and Darrell Waltrip in the three-man booth.
Matt Kenseth ran a lap of 194.252 to win qualifying and earn his second pole of the season for Sunday night's Coca-Cola 600 at Charlotte Motor Speedway.
In the wake of James Hinchcliffe's major wreck, NASCAR drivers are wondering whether the series should reconsider its policy of not having its own safety team.
Terry Labonte and speedway mogul Bruton Smith will headline the 2016 NASCAR Hall of Fame class, where they will be joined by former drivers Curtis Turner, Bobby Isaac and Jerry Cook.
Brad Keselowski announced Wednesday morning the birth of his daughter on Twitter with the words "Dad status" and various symbols.
NASCAR will issue a warning but won't penalize the Hendrick Motorsports team of Jimmie Johnson for pulling out a side skirt body panel Saturday night during the Sprint All-Star Race.
Danica Patrick finished ninth in the Sprint Showdown Friday but earned the last spot for the 2015 Sprint All-Star Race by winning the fan vote for the second time in the last three years.
Kyle Busch can make the Chase despite missing 11 races due to injury. He needs a victory. He needs consistency. He tries to put it all together this Sunday in the season's longest race.
Documents show that Patricia Driscoll, in effect, used the Armed Forces Foundation as a bank to lend money for or pay various personal expenses, including bills for a private company she owns.
Bruton Smith once said being in the NASCAR Hall of Fame "just doesn't mean anything to me." It does now as Jerry Cook, Bobby Isaac, Terry Labonte and Curtis Turner join him in the Class of 2016.
Danica Patrick, who has more followers on Twitter than any other NASCAR driver, says her social media strategy is to keep it simple and be authentic, Bob Pockrass writes
Denny Hamlin's win in the All-Star race was a first for Joe Gibbs Racing. It was also a lift as team president J.D. Gibbs -- in attendance -- continues treatment for symptoms of brain damage.
Denny Hamlin has won a lot of races in his career, so calling Saturday night's All-Star race victory "my biggest win for sure" tells you just how much it meant to him.
Kyle Busch knew his recovery from a broken leg and foot at Daytona in February would take months. Those around him said he made sure he would be back as soon as possible.
The 2015 racing package was supposed to make things, well, racier. Corner speeds are way up, even if passing is not. And that has drivers concerned about safety heading into All-Star weekend.
Is it fair for NASCAR to require Kyle Busch to win a race and make the top 30 to get into the Chase? And which drivers will earn their way into the All-Star Race in the Sprint Showdowns? The Turn 4 panelists debate.
Kasey Kahne and Keith Rodden have both experienced signature moments at the Sprint All-Star Race. This year, they're returning as a team, with Rodden as Kahne's crew chief.
Decisions from the driver's seat -- and pit box -- separate contenders from the pack. Jimmie Johnson won Saturday for the third time this season. But don't count Martin Truex Jr. out yet.
Ricky Craven breaks down what Dale Earnhardt Jr. did right at Talladega, who's most likely to get it right in Kansas and how much pressure drivers are under, especially those without a 2015 win.
Is Martin Truex Jr. having a better season than Ryan Newman did in 2014? And what does the future hold for Trevor Bayne and Danica Patrick? The Turn 4 panel debates the issues.
Over two weeks in Alabama, Ryan McGee saw how IndyCar and NASCAR can happily coexist 35 miles apart, and even help each other. Will we see more cooperation between the longtime rivals?