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The 2015 edition of the NASCAR Sprint Media Tour unofficially kicks off the season this week.
Lynda Petty, the wife of seven-time NASCAR premier series champion Richard Petty, has been named the recipient of the National Motorsports Press Association’s annual Spirit Award for 2014.
Jeff Gordon will add television analyst to his resume this year as part of the NASCAR on FOX new line-up.
Chip Ganassi Racing with Felix Sabates NASCAR Sprint Cup Series teammates Kyle Larson and Jamie McMurray scored their first win in the Rolex 24 at Daytona, teamming with IndyCar drivers Scott Dixon and Tony Kanaan.
Joe Weatherly’s time in NASCAR’s premier series was short, just two fulltime seasons. But what an impact the Norfolk, Virginia, native had on NASCAR racing in those brief, 24 months.
MRN announces the addition of former Miss Sprint Cup Kim Coon and the return of veteran voice Eli Gold to its Sprint Cup Series lineup for 2015, which also will feature Hall of Famer Rusty Wallace.
Jeff Gordon is at peace with his decision to step away from a full-time driving career after the 2015 season.
Jeff Gordon's decision to step away as a full-time Sprint Cup Series driver at the end of the 2015 season triggered a tidal wave of reaction from around the sport.
Jeff Gordon will compete in his 23rd and final full-time Sprint Cup Series season in 2015. He announced his decision this morning to the No. 24 Hendrick Motorsports team he has driven for since November 1992.
Ryan Blaney is looking to add to the rich history of Wood Brothers Racing when he takes over the reins of the iconic No. 21 Ford.
Ron Hornaday will make his return to the NASCAR Sprint Cup Series in 2015 with The Motorsports Group.
Doctors have medically cleared Brian Vickers to return to full-time NASCAR Sprint Cup Series competition in early March, three months after corrective heart surgery.
NASCAR, NASCAR Team Properties and Fanatics jointly announced today a 10-year agreement for the sport’s at-track merchandise business that will deliver fans an enhanced, experiential shopping environment.
Kevin Harvick and Tony Stewart will start the season with the same pit crews they had last year after the Stewart-Haas Racing swap.
Every new year has its own flavor and pre-season anticipation. Next week's annual NASCAR Media Tour will whet the appetite of fans anxiously awaiting the first on-track action in Daytona.
Wood Brothers Racing has become something of a common face in NASCAR and its rich history has been rewarded with an entry in the Guinness Book of World Records.
Monday's Goodyear tire test at Las Vegas Motor Speedway took on added importance for drivers Matt Kenseth and Brad Keselowski because of a slew of rules changes put in place this year by NASCAR.
During a 13-year premier series career, Wendell Scott likely never considered he was making NASCAR history. The Virginian’s sole concern was getting to the next race on a miniscule budget.
Fred Lorenzen’s NASCAR career was brief. But when Lorenzen did buckle into his white, No. 28 Ford, it could be argued the rest of the field was running for second place.
Fans will find some new things at NASCAR Sprint Cup tracks early in the season to enhance their experience.
Jeff Gordon and Ray Evernham's final race-winning stock car sold for $500,000 at auction on Friday night at Barrett-Jackson Scottsdale, to benefit the Jeff Gordon Children's Foundation.
Dale Earnhardt Jr. is selling two cars from his private collection on eBay Motors through Jan. 26.
Cole Whitt will expand the Front Row Motorsports racing stable to three full-time cars in 2015, piloting the No. 35 Ford with support from Speed Stick for 10 races.
Here are answers to many questions about the new way NASCAR will determine pit road penalties this season.
Joe Gibbs Racing’s newest driver Carl Edwards has never been this excited to start a Sprint Cup season, but admits it brings a lot of pressure at the same time.