Chase for the NASCAR Sprint Cup

Martinsville in The Rear-View: Gordon’s Victory, McMurray’s Runner-up and More

It's time to put a nice little bow on everything that happened yesterday at the Virginia paperclip. Let's start with the race winner Jeffrey Michael Gordon. The driver of the No. 24 Hendrick Motorsports Chevrolet scored his 93rd career win after taking the lead from A. J. Allmendinger with 21 laps to go and also held off a final two lap charge by Jamie McMurray to take the checkered flag.

Martinsville Recap of Saturday’s Events

Dale Earnhardt Jr. was the fastest in the second practice session with a time of 19.522 and a speed of 96.998 mph. Martin Truex Jr. was second with a time of 19.546 and a speed of 96.879 mph.

Martinsville Recap of Friday’s Events

Joey Logano was the fastest in the first practice session with a time of 19.161 and a speed of 98.826 mph. Jeff Gordon was second with a time of 19.251 and a speed of 98.364 mph.

Goody’s Headache Relief Shot 500 Preview

One driver could grab the "Golden Ticket" to Homestead Sunday at NASCAR's last original track. This week, the NASCAR Sprint Cup Series rolls into Ridgeway,...

The White Zone: Scaling back to 1 GWC attempt was a stupid idea (Take 2)

Now I know y'all heard me make this rant just two days ago, but if NASCAR can do two takes of "one attempt," then so can I. Now I do wish I had waited until today to start talking on the matter because I have more evidence to support my claim.

CampingWorld.com 500 at Talladega Preview

This week, the NASCAR Sprint Cup Series rolls into the Alabama roulette wheel that is known simply as Talladega Superspeedway for the 32nd race of the season, the fifth of the Chase and the final race of the Contender Round.

The Chairman Calls Logano’s Move ‘Smart’

Monday, NASCAR Chairman and CEO Brian France joined Dave Moody on Sirius XM Speedway to comment on the late race incident between Matt Kenseth and Joey Logano.

Kansas in the Rear-View

Under clear blue Kansas skies, Brad Keselowski led the field to the green flag at 2:34 p.m. Drama hit the No. 4 car of Kevin Harvick early when he cued up his radio to say that there was a vibration in the car and, "it's going to blow up."

Thanks to Logano, Nobody is Safe at Talladega

Joey Logano took the other Talladega golden ticket after scoring the victory in America's heartland.

Starting Lineup for Hollywood Casino 400 at Kansas

Keselowski won the Coors Light Pole Award with a fast lap of 27.621 seconds (195.503 mph) in the final round of qualifying. It's his second pole of the season and his first at Kansas Speedway.

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