Matthew Willis breaks down the field for the upcoming race at Darlington Raceway. His top pick is Kevin Harvick, who won last year (and led 238 of the 374 laps).
The retro paint schemes will be flying this weekend at Darlington, but some great ones will be missing. Ryan McGee lists 11 he wants to see, but won't.
Jeff Gordon talks to Ryan McGee about the end of his 24-year Cup career. And after 92 wins, four championships and $150 million in earnings, The Kid says he still has one more line to cross.
Xfinity Series leader Chris Buescher took a fuel mileage risk at Bristol and finished 11th instead of first. But don't expect him to change his ways in pursuit of the title, Bob Pockrass writes.
Darlington Raceway will give out American flags to those who want to turn in a Confederate flag, continuing an initiative that began after nine people were killed at a church in Charleston.
Tony Stewart claims he didn't see Kevin Ward Jr. until just before hitting the 20-year-old in the fatal 2014 accident, according to Stewart's response to the Ward family's wrongful death suit.
NASCAR has fined Camping World Truck Series driver Jennifer Jo Cobb $7,500 for having a cell phone in her truck during practice Saturday at Canadian Tire Motorsport Park.
Erik Jones won the NASCAR Camping World Truck Series race Sunday at Canadian Tire Motorsport Park to take the series points lead.
Paul Menard desired a significant victory at Road America, the track where he spent many weekends as a child. He got it Saturday, winning the NASCAR Xfinity Series race at the road course.
Should Joey Logano be considered a Chase contender? Can MWR make a Cinderella push for a title? And are canopies for open-wheel race cars inevitable following the death of Justin Wilson?
Clint Bowyer is looking for a ride in the Sprint Cup Series for 2016, but that's hardly the only big question looming as silly season hits high gear.
It takes money to run a successful Truck Series team, and with a lawsuit filed by Kyle Busch Motorsports against former driver Justin Boston and his father's company, you can see just how much.
Joey Logano is showing a knack for winning big races. He's the winner of Ryan McGee's Sprint Cup Power Rankings this week as well.
Fans, teams and those who cover the sport of racing live for the thrills it provides. Justin Wilson's death is a reminder -- an all-too-frequent one -- of the risks taken to entertain us all.
The gloom-and-doom scenario for other manufacturers when Toyota entered Sprint Cup has yet to materialize. But even without winning at Bristol, the time for Ford and Chevy to worry may be now.
Joey Logano raced an amazing line on the difficult short-oval track at Bristol Motor Speedway and kept Sprint Cup defending champion Kevin Harvick too far away to make a move for the lead.
Anheuser-Busch will change the branding on the car of the defending Sprint Cup champion Kevin Harvick from Budweiser to Busch starting in 2016, it was announced.
With Michael Waltrip Racing's pending demise, much of the future is beyond Clint Bowyer's control. But he still has a chance to make the Chase -- and a sponsorship in hand for 2016.
Led by Matt Kenseth and Kyle Busch, Joe Gibbs Racing is riding a tremendous hot streak coming into Bristol. Who has the best chance to beat JGR this weekend?
Twenty years ago this month, Terry Labonte, Rusty Wallace and the late Dale Earnhardt Sr. put on a show at Bristol that remains one of the track's defining moments.
Danica Patrick got the sponsor she needs in Nature's Bakery. And despite not being able to crack the top 20, she says she hopes to be a Chase contender next year.
Tony Stewart has asked for the wrongful death lawsuit filed by the parents of Kevin Ward Jr. to be moved out of New York state court and into federal court.
Rob Kauffman said Friday he had enough of pouring his own money into Michael Waltrip Racing without seeing results and announced that MWR would cease operations after this season.
Bruton Smith, the owner and primary visionary for Speedway Motorsports Inc., has spent the past few months battling non-Hodgkin's lymphoma.
Ryan Blaney took the lead from Matt Crafton off a restart in a green-white-checkered finish and held off Kyle Busch to win the NASCAR Camping World Truck race at Bristol Motor Speedway.
In 29th place, Kyle Busch is eligible for the Chase. Find out why he might be able to strengthen his position at this week's race.
Matt Kenseth has averaged more than 90 DraftKings points in his past four races at Bristol. He's the driver with whom Matt Willis is starting his roster this weekend.
Joe Gibbs Racing is enjoying its success while keeping an eye on the Chase. Was a new rivalry born in the Xfinity Series? Kyle Busch chalks up another win in Trucks in the Monday Rundown.
Drivers' terse postrace answers showed how unhappy they were with the high-drag aero package tested at the Michigan 400. Matt Kenseth came away the winner as no one could get past him.
On Monday, Sprint car driver Kevin Swindell had a second back surgery for two fractures suffered in a crash the previous week at Knoxville Raceway.
Roger Penske has been a tremendous success on and off the track, in the car business and outside of it. That success is about people, those around him say. For Penske? It all comes down to cars.
Regan Smith bumped his way past Alex Tagliani in the Carousel a turn from the finish Saturday to win the NASCAR Xfinity Series race at Mid-Ohio Sports Car Course.
NASCAR will make a rule change for the 2015 Chase for the Sprint Cup. It just isn't the change that some thought would happen.
Michigan is a driver's track, and that gives Kevin Harvick a great shot Sunday. Also, the loss of Buddy Baker is a hard one because he was one of the most sincere people you could meet.
How would you spread around $100 to pick a champion? What do you expect from the race at Michigan? Our five experts answer these questions and more.
Kyle Busch will have to give up his starting spot on the outside of the third row Sunday as a crash in practice will send him to the rear of the field for the Pure Michigan 400.
Will the civil suit brought by the family of sprint-car driver Kevin Ward against NASCAR driver Tony Stewart go to trial or will it be settled? ESPN.com asks legal experts what might happen.
Buddy Baker was a lot of things, and almost all of them were what is good about NASCAR. Gone at 74, his stories, and his storied career, will live on.
Tony Stewart has shown signs of breaking out of his season-long slump in recent weeks, but a last-place finish at Watkins Glen is not what he or his fans were looking for, writes Ryan McGee.
Joey Logano wants to go fast. That was bad last week at Pocono when saving fuel may have netted the win. It worked Sunday at Watkins Glen when he had enough to finish and Kevin Harvick didn't.
It was another night of Empire Super Sprint racing at Canandaigua Motorsports Park on Saturday, not a memorial to the late Kevin Ward Jr. And in racing, that's business as usual.
Tony Stewart is trying to stay positive, but a civil lawsuit filed Friday by the parents of Kevin Ward Jr. -- killed a year ago in an accident with Stewart -- will make that a challenge.
Watkins Glen has an opportunity to pass in every turn, but there are really just two good ones. The challenges are unique, but the hottest driver in NASCAR -- Kyle Busch -- should be up to them.
Was Kyle Busch's fuel gamble at Pocono an acceptable risk to his bid for the Chase? And how can NASCAR prevent future pit road accidents such as Kasey Kahne's crash last week?
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