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Carl Edwards hoped to switch to Joe Gibbs Racing and immediately start winning races. When that didn't happen, he had to adjust his approach but said he still expects to finish the year well.
Brad Keselowski's car turned, hit the wall and collected Penske teammate Logano in the aftermath, just 18 laps into the Food City 500 that had already been delayed more than hour due to rain.
Denny Hamlin was forced by a neck spasm to leave the Food City 500 during a rain delay. Erik Jones drove the No. 11 car when the race resumed.
Daniel Suarez posted the best finish for a Mexican driver in Xfinity Series history as he finished second. Joey Logano led flag-to-flag Saturday to win.
Matt Kenseth, a three-time winner at Bristol Motor Speedway, has won the pole for Sunday's race. He will try for his first win since 2013 when he takes the track Sunday in Tennessee.
Team owner Richard Childress is disappointed NASCAR's appeals board only reduced penalties to Ryan Newman's team instead of issuing full removal, and will appeal a last time to have them removed.
Ross Kenseth will make his national series debut at Chicagoland Speedway, where he will drive for the same team, same sponsor and with the same car number used by his championship-winning father
A NASCAR appeals board on Thursday reduced the points penalty and fines but upheld suspensions to three Richard Childress Racing crewmen for bleeding air out of tires.
Will Roush Fenway Racing put a driver in the Chase? And how quickly should Erik Jones ascend to the Sprint Cup Series?
Kyle Busch is itching to get back on the track, but his recovery from crash injuries has also helped him gain perspective and maturity, Bob Pockrass writes.
Dale Earnhardt Jr. is running well -- third at Texas -- but still winless. He'll admit in the win-and-you're-in era of the Chase that can weigh on a driver's mind.
Ricky Craven discusses the season-long battle between Jimmie Johnson and Kevin Harvick, with Johnson getting the upper hand in the Duck Commander 500 from the Texas Motor Speedway.
It's been only 20 years, but the race held on April 9, 1995, at North Wilkesboro Speedway has become a time capsule for a bygone era, Ryan McGee writes.
Ricky Craven breaks down the keys to Texas success, driver grades so far and the potential fallout from tire tampering.
It's a long season, and weekends off are few. Here's how NASCAR Sprint Cup drivers spent their time away from the track.
Kevin Harvick seems to be fast everywhere he goes. What does he have that no one else does? It depends on whom you ask.
Being a substitute driver in Sprint Cup has its highs and lows, but it certainly is never boring.
Jimmie Johnson usually spends his race days dominating on the track, not fighting the car or sitting with the hood up on pit row. Was it the worst day of his Sprint Cup career?
Jeff Gordon's one mistake at Martinsville cost him dearly.
Martinsville's new red hot dogs have passed the taste test so far, Ryan McGee writes.
NASCAR has been confiscating tires for further inspection the past two weekends, and while nothing has been found amiss, rumors are flying in the Sprint Cup garage.