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Annett kicked off the new season by earning his first career victory at Saturday's NASCAR Racing Experience 300 at the sport's most historic track, Daytona International Speedway.
DAYTONA BEACH, Fla. – The defending NASCAR Gander Outdoors Truck Series championship team returned and won their third consecutive race, but this time they had a new man behind the wheel of their hot rod.
Joey Logano nearly found himself out of NASCAR after he failed to meet the unrealistic expectations that were thrown on him earlier in his career. Now, he is a Monster Energy Series champion.
At the conclusion of the 2015 season Cup Series season, Chevrolet was celebrating their 13th consecutive manufacturers' title.
The 2019 NASCAR Cup Series rules package that was announced last month will certainly change the racing. Whether the change will be a positive one for the sport -- we'll have to wait and see.
A North Carolina jury found former NASCAR driver Greg Biffle guilty of invading the privacy of his then-wife Nicole by secretly recording her in the bedroom and bathroom for two years, according to Charlotte-based television network WSOC-TV.
Mark Martin, a 40-time NASCAR Sprint Cup Series race winner, revealed in a tweet Friday morning that he would not be returning as the team's driver development coach for the 2015 season.
Brad Keselowski dominated most of the evening, leading 146 of the 250 laps to score his third win at Iowa Speedway, tying two-time Nationwide Series Champion, Ricky Stenhouse Jr., with three victories.
Taking time off is one of the hardest decisions to make, especially as a young man with a bright, gleaming future ahead of him in the sport. C.J. Faison is that very driver. On the other hand, not being a part of NASCAR does not mean the dream is over. The dream is only beginning for C.J. Faison.
One of the biggest announcements of the Brickyard 400 weekend was that Roush Fenway Racing driver Carl Edwards would not be returning to the stable in 2015. In my honest opinion, this was beyond unprofessional by Jack Roush, especially on the morning of the fifth and final major of the NASCAR Sprint Cup Series season.