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Season Review: Kyle Busch

Kyle Busch had a strong year but was once again foiled in his quest for a Sprint Cup Series championship.

Season Review: Jimmie Johnson

Jimmie Johnson finished outside the top 10 in the points for the first time since becoming a full-time Sprint Cup Series driver in 2002.

Front Row Denies Driver Change

BK Racing co-owner tweets congratulations to Cole Whitt for landing No. 34 ride but Front Row Motorsports says David Ragan remains its driver.

Driver-Crew Chief Rankings

Pete Pistone looks at some of the top driver-crew chief combinations in today’s Sprint Cup Series.

Kurt Busch Hearing Delayed

Delaware family court commissioner grants Kurt Busch's request to delay hearing on a protection from abuse petition.

Performers Selected for Cup Banquet

Jay Mohr will host the NASCAR Sprint Cup Series Awards show, which will feature performers Lady Antebellum, Aloe Blacc and others.

Season Review: Kurt Busch

Kurt Busch returned to Victory Lane but endured an up-and-down season at Stewart-Haas Racing.

'Fresh From Florida' Re-Signs with RPM

In 2015, "Fresh From Florida" will again partner with RPM and Tampa area native Aric Almirola as the primary brand ambassador via events in two NASCAR series.

Patrick to Appear in Super Bowl Ad

Danica Patrick to make her record 14th appearance in a Super Bowl ad during the 2015 game.

Season Review: AJ Allmendinger

AJ Allmendinger had a breakthrough season in 2014, scoring one win and finishing a career-best 13th in the standings in his first full year driving for JTG Daugherty Racing.

Season Review: Greg Biffle

Greg Biffle made the Chase for the NASCAR Sprint Cup, but struggled through a disappointing 2014 campaign.

Denny Darnell Passes Away

Former track general manager and public relations representative Denny Darnell passed away Saturday.

Season Review: Kasey Kahne

A victory at Atlanta Motor Speedway provided a highlight in a season that left Kasey Kahne wanting more.

Season Review: Aric Almirola

With a breakthrough victory in July at Daytona and a career-best finish of 16th in the Sprint Cup Series standings, Aric Almirola considers 2014 a "good year" for Richard Petty Motorsports.

Whither Thou Goest Young Elliott?

With a full stable of drivers, Hendrick Motorsports does not appear to have room for Chase Elliott when he's expected to move to Sprint Cup in 2016.

NASCAR Fines Stenhouse's Crew Chief

NASCAR penalizes crew chief and car chief for Ricky Stenhouse Jr. for violations discovered at Homestead-Miami Speedway.

Johnson's Foundation Announces Grants

Jimmie Johnson Foundation donates more than $500,000 to schools across the country.

Kahne Signs Extension with Hendrick Motorsports

Kasey Kahne's extension will keep him at Hendrick Motorsports through the 2018 season.

Kurt Busch Meets With Dover Police

Kurt Busch met Tuesday with Dover (Del.) Police investigating an allegation he assaulted his ex-girlfriend.

Stewart-Haas Hires Technical Director

Stewart-Haas Racing has hired Rex Stump as its technical director, effective immediately.

Whirlwind Week for Harvick

It’s been a whirlwind week for Kevin Harvick since he was crowned 2014 NASCAR Sprint Cup Series champion.

Larson's Thrilling Ride

Kyle Larson proved doubters wrong and gave fans quite a ride on the way to being the top rookie in the NASCAR Sprint Cup Series this season.

Rodden Named Kahne's Crew Chief

Hendrick Motorsports has named Kenny Francis to the new position of vehicle technical director and Keith Rodden as crew chief for Kasey Kahne.

NASCAR Suspends Crew Member

Kelly Johnson, a crew member in the NASCAR Sprint Cup Series, has been indefinitely suspended from NASCAR for violating the sanctioning body’s Substance Abuse Policy.

McCall Named McMurray's Crew Chief

Chip Ganassi Racing with Felix Sabates announced that Matt McCall has been named crew chief for Jamie McMurray and the No. 1 team, replacing Keith Rodden.