NASCAR Sprint Cup Series

NASCAR Top-10 Power Rankings: Bristol

1. Jimmie Johnson: Johnson won the rain-delayed Food City 500 at Bristol, earning his second consecutive win this season and 82nd in his career.

NASCAR Top-10 Power Rankings: Texas

1. Kyle Larson: Larson finished second at Texas, his fourth runner-up of the season, and remains the Monster Energy Cup points leader.

NASCAR Top-10 Power Rankings: Martinsville

1. Brad Keselowski: Keselowski passed Kyle Busch with 43 laps and cruised to the win at Martinsville, earning his first win at the Virginia short track.

NASCAR Top-10 Power Rankings: California

1. Kyle Larson: Larson survived four late restarts and pulled away for the win at Fontana, finally snatching a win after three consecutive runner-up finishes.

NASCAR Top-10 Power Rankings: Las Vegas

Martin Truex, Jr.: Truex dominated at Las Vegas, capturing the first two stages and passing Brad Keselowski’s slowing Ford with two laps to go. Truex scored the maximum 60 points, and is fourth in the points standings, five out of first.

Dale Earmhardt Jr. Named Most Popular Driver for 14th Straight Year

To the surprise of absolutely nobody, Dale Earnhardt Jr. is still the most popular driver in NASCAR.

NASCAR Top-10 Power Rankings: Homestead

1. Jimmie Johnson: Johnson held off Joey Logano on an overtime restart and won at Homestead, earning his seventh Sprint Cup championship.

Late race multi-car wreck ruins title hopes for Edwards

Carl Edwards's championship hopes were dashed in a violent wreck that took out a number of cars in the closing laps of the season finale in South Florida.

Johnson makes NASCAR history with victory in Miami

Jimmie Johnson etched his name into the history books of NASCAR with a race victory and title victory in South Florida. The driver of the No. 48 Hendrick Motorsports Chevrolet took the lead from Kyle Larson on the final restart of the race in overtime to win the Ford EcoBoost 400 and his record-tying seventh Sprint Cup Series championship.

Brian France responds to decline in ratings and attendance

Brian France responded to concerns regarding continual declines in ratings and attendance saying they "could always be better," but NASCAR is "pleased with where we're at."

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