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Record Weekend
Record Weekend
Over the past few years we've seen Kyle Busch become one of NASCAR's great all-time racers and by the time he calls it quits he may be up in the class of Richard Petty, David Pearson, Dale Earnhardt, Jimmie Johnson and Jeff Gordon. Over the weekend he became the first driver in NASCAR history to sweep both the pole and the race in Xfinity and Sprint Cup races on the same weekend.  And Sunday's win
One More To Go
One More To Go
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...
Harvick Dominates
Harvick Dominates
What a start to the season for Kevin Harvick.  The defending Cup champion has opened with three straight top-2 finishes including a win in Sunday's Kobalt 400 at Las Vegas Motor Speedway.  If you look back to the last three races of last season Harvick has six consecutive top-2 finishes, duplicating the feat of Jeff Gordon in 1996.
Gordon Wins Pole
Gordon Wins Pole
In the biggest race of the season during what he says is his final full-time year in Sprint Cup racing, Jeff Gordon will have the pole for next Sunday's Daytona 500.  And alongside him in the front row will be teammate Jimmie Johnson.  It gives Hendrick Motorsports their fourth front row for the Great American Race.
Record Fifth Victory
Record Fifth Victory
An incredible day for Jeff Gordon at Indianapolis Motor Speedway and an incredible career achievement.  Twenty years after winning for the first time at the famed racetrack, Gordon won his fifth to break a tie with Jimmie Johnson for most Cup wins at the Brickyard. He finished nearly two and a half seconds ahead of Kyle Busch for his 90th career victory and second this season to clinch a spot in t
Career Win 89
Career Win 89
Jeff Gordon's 89th career Cup victory at Kansas Speedway Saturday night makes him the 9th driver in 11 races this season to end up in victory lane.  It's his third victory at Kansas and he becomes the first winner of a night-time race at the track.  He not only holds on to his series points lead, but now he has a victory to go along with it.
Logano Takes Texas
Logano Takes Texas
Seven races and seven different winners so far in the Sprint Cup season.  Joey Logano looked like he'd easily win the rain-delayed Duck Commander 500 at Texas Motor Speedway until Kurt Busch shredded a tire on the second-last lap forcing the seventh caution of the day.  It set up a green-white-checkered finish and big decision for all of the leaders.  Some took on two tires, some took four.  Read
Jeff Gordon Pranks Man In Wildest (And Scariest) Ride Of His Life — Part 2 [VIDEO]
Jeff Gordon Pranks Man In Wildest (And Scariest) Ride Of His Life — Part 2 [VIDEO]
Racing champion Jeff Gordon once did a "little commercial" with Pepsi and gave one guy the scare of his life. Gordon and Co. went to a used car dealership, where he pretended that he wanted to test drive a car. Thing was...he was in disguise, so the car salesman had no clue that it was him, and Gordon took that guy on the craziest (and scariest) ride of his life.
Sprint Cup Drivers Watching Point Standings Carefully
Sprint Cup Drivers Watching Point Standings Carefully
The Sprint Cup Series enters the second half of its 26-race regular season with the first of two visits to Pocono Raceway this Sunday. So now drivers will be keeping a close eye on the standings as the start of the Chase for the Sprint Cup Championship gets closer. The top 10 drivers in the points standings get in along with two more wild cards based on wins from among drivers ranked 11th through
Wild Ride!
Wild Ride!
Ever get that car salesman that says just about anything to get you to buy a vehicle? Well, Jeff Gordon is just like his buddy Brad Paisley and always has one up his sleeve.

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