NASCAR Drivers Talk Format & Points

The major topic of discussion during the first official day of the NASCAR Media Tour presented by Charlotte Motor Speedway on Tuesday was NASCAR’s new race format that was announced Monday evening

Larson Pleased With Progress After Pocono Runner-Up

While Sunday's Pocono 400 at Pocono Raceway didn't end in a win for Kyle Larson and his Chip Ganassi Racing team, Larson left happy with the strides his team has made on speed.

Harvick Scores Important Pole In Arizona

Kevin Harvick lost his guaranteed spot in the Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series championship race earlier this week because of a penalty, so on Friday he began his quest to once again earn a shot to race for a championship.

Speedway Motorsports Announces Two Promotions

Speedway Motorsports’ CEO Marcus Smith has announced the promotion of two veterans within the company.

Byron Rockets To Daytona 500 Pole Position

Making just his 37th career Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series start, William Byron laid down a career highlight during qualifying for the 61st annual Daytona 500 on Sunday.

Harvick Keeps Rolling, Claims PIR Pole

Kevin Harvick hasn’t slowed down since leaving Las Vegas last weekend.

Kyle Busch Scorches Indianapolis Field

Kyle Busch’s Toyota was lights out fast and that is why the Joe Gibbs Racing driver left his competitors in the dark, winning his second-straight Combat Wounded Coalition 400 at Indianapolis Motor Speedway on Sunday.

Kyle Busch Hopes To Return By July

Injured NASCAR Sprint Cup Series driver Kyle Busch said in a press conference on Wednesday that while his timetable is uncertain, he hopes to return to racing by July after breaking his right leg in a crash during a NASCAR XFINITY Series event at Daytona Int'l Speedway on Feb. 21.
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Robert Irvine Named Coca-Cola 600 Grand Marshal

Robert Irvine, a world-famous chef, author, philanthropist and military supporter, will serve as grand marshal of the Coca-Cola 600 at Charlotte Motor Speedway.

Gordon Takes Pole, Harvick Fastest Chaser

Jeff Gordon won’t win his fifth NASCAR Sprint Cup Series championship this season, but that won’t stop him from trying to win Sunday’s season finale at Homestead-Miami Speedway.

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