What an incredible weekend for Kyle Larson at Auto Club Speedway in California. He won Saturday's Xfinity race, then completed the sweep by dominating Sunday's Cup race, winning from the pole. It's his second career Cup win and first this season after three straight second-place finishes.
The Sprint Cup final four is set after the rain-delayed, then rain-shortened Quicken Loans Race for Heroes at Phoenix International Raceway. Advancing to next Sunday's season finale at Homestead are Jeff Gordon, Kevin Harvick, Kyle Busch and Martin Truex, Jr...
Make it three straight wins for Joey Logano and a sweep of the second round of this year's Chase for the Sprint Cup. Logano was just inches ahead of Dale Earnhardt, Jr. when the final caution ended the race during a green-white-checkered finish.
After a week off, Sprint Cup is back along with the Truck Series on the short track at Martinsville Speedway. We’ll get to see how much tempers have cooled down after a number of incidents involving Joey Logano.
Dale Earnhardt, Junior won his 10th straight NASCAR Most Popular Driver award on Thursday and that moves him into a tie with Bill Elliott for winning the award most consecutive times. Good for him. Nice guy. But I’ve always scratched my head over why he’s so popular. Is it because he’s a great driver? Hardly. Let’s look at the numbers.
For the first time since the Chase for the Sprint Cup championship format began it’ll start at a track other than New Hampshire. The 10-week Chase begins this Sunday with a 400-mile race at the 1.5 mile Chicagoland Speedway.
As I have stated on the air a few times recently, it's been very difficult for me to watch NASCAR racing in the past ten years. My two hero's are long gone from the sport. My number one guy Richard Petty (the most winning driver ever in NASCAR) retired some years back and my number two guy Dale Earnhardt was killed at Daytona in Feb...
It was a Daytona 500 for the record books. Trevor Bayne, who celebrated his 20th birthday just the day before became the youngest driver ever to win the sport's biggest race. And his victory came in just his second-ever Sprint Cup race...
The field is now set for Sunday’s Daytona 500 after Thursday’s qualifying Twin 150’s.
Kurt Busch went two for two at Daytona. After winning last Saturday’s Bud Shootout he won the first 150 mile race, then in the second race Jeff Burton beat teammate Clint Bowyer to the finish line to set the field for NASCAR’s biggest race.
It's a sport I had grown to love since, well, as long as I can remember. And it might be the only sport where the biggest event of the season is the first one - the Daytona 500. I'd been watching the 500 on TV every year since I was a kid and it was an incredible thrill when I got to see the Daytona 500 for the first time in person. What an event! But since the passing of Dale Earnhardt the s