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The pits are open again, and MRN.com's Pete Pistone and Dustin Long each answer this week’s featured question in “Gas ‘N’ Go.”
Jimmie Johnson has struggled to lead laps in the last three months. As the Contender Round begins, Johnson knows he needs to be better.
Fellow drivers say they can't wait to hear the stories Clint Bowyer has in adjusting to fatherhood.
Richard Childress Racing has named Slugger Labbe to a leading role in their research and development efforts, which will be effective following the NASCAR race weekend at Charlotte Motor Speedway.
Mark Martin led a Roush Racing sweep at Kansas Speedway in October 2005 by winning his first race that season in the Banquet 400 Presented by ConAgra Foods.
Dale Earnhardt Jr. announces that Regan Smith will return to the Nationwide team for 2015.
Pete Pistone looks at the five drivers not in the Chase for the NASCAR Sprint Cup who could make an impact in the season's final seven races.
Two 1.5-mile speedways and a restrictor-plate track await The 12 Contenders for the Chase for the NASCAR Sprint Cup.
Kansas has not been kind to Kyle Busch. Forbes ranks the 400 richest Americans and there's a NASCAR connection. Dover installing a new fence.
Jeff Gordon ascends to the No. 1 spot in Pete Pistone's Power Rankings, which features a number of changes this week.
Hendrick Motorsports and Team Penske have dominated since May, but resetting the points in the Chase for the NASCAR Sprint Cup takes away an advantage.
Tony Stewart Press Conference Transcript
Tony Stewart knows that normal will never again be the same after his role in the sprint car crash that killed Kevin Ward Jr. last month.
Kasey Kahne found himself four laps down at one point but came back to earn the final transfer spot to the Contender Round in the Chase for the NASCAR Sprint Cup.
Pete Pistone shares some news, notes and observations from a weekend of racing at Dover International Speedway.
Kurt Busch saw his title hopes end Sunday at Dover with an ill-handling car that cost him a chance at advancing in the Chase for the NASCAR Sprint Cup.
Jeff Gordon scored his first victory at Dover International Speedway since 2001 when he took the checkered flag in Sunday's AAA 400, the final race in the Challenger Round for the Chase for the NASCAR Sprint Cup.
The pressure is on for Denny Hamlin and other Chase drivers with four eliminated today. Can Hendrick Motorsports bounce back? Will Danica Patrick's streak grow?
One car owner says next year's testing ban could save his team more than $1 million, but the ban also will create challenges for some drivers.
Although only 24 years old, Joey Logano has experienced much in his NASCAR Sprint Cup career that could help him in his bid for the championship.
Kevin Harvick collected his seventh pole of the season Friday at Dover International Speedway, securing the top starting spot for Sunday's AAA 400.
Jamie McMurray says rule changes for next season should not slow his team or teammate Kyle Larson.
Dale Earnhardt Jr. said he feels a "sadness" in his heart for the Ward family, while Jimmie Johnson says there's "no good" in people forming sides.
Detroit-based Quicken Loans, the nation's second-largest retail mortgage lender, will return as a sponsor of Richard Childress Racing's Sprint Cup Series efforts in 2015.
Kurt Busch hopes his 500th career Sprint Cup Series start results in advancement to the Contender Round of the 2014 Chase for the NASCAR Sprint Cup.