Kyle Busch’s dominance through NASCAR’s first nine Cup Series races in 2018 put him in historic company with Dale Earnhardt, Bill Elliott, Darrell Waltrip, Jimmie Johnson and Richard Petty. Can he win his fourth straight at Talladega?
Former NASCAR driver Dale Earnhardt Jr. said Wednesday that his first book, "Racing To The Finish: My Story," will be released in October 2018. The first-person account is about his struggle with concussions and his choice to retire.
For drag-racing family patriarch John Force and daughters Brittany and Courtney, the danger of a wreck is always there. All three drivers race this weekend at the National Hot Rod Association's 4-Wide Nationals at zMax Dragway in Concord.
Roush Fenway Racing announced Wednesday that 2003 Cup Series champion Matt Kenseth will return to racing on a part-time basis for the remainder of 2018, splitting time with Trevor Bayne in the No. 6 car. What does his return mean for 2018 and beyond?
Matt Kenseth will reportedly return to the NASCAR Cup Series and Roush Fenway Racing part-time for the remainder of 2018. Kenseth, whose final Cup race was the 2017 finale at Homestead, will split time in the No. 6 car with Trevor Bayne.
Ricky Stenhouse Jr. is in 18th in the NASCAR Cup Series points standings after his fourth-place finish at Bristol. But Stenhouse might need a great showing at Talladega Superspeedway next weekend to help save his 2018 season.
Ford announced Tuesday that it is releasing a new Ford Mustang for use in the 2019 NASCAR Cup Series, replacing the manufacturer's current Ford Fusion. It's the third new body in NASCAR in three seasons, joining the Camry (2017) and Camaro (2018).
Seven-time NASCAR Cup Series champion Jimmie Johnson said he feels like his team is on a roll after his best finish yet this season, third place at Bristol Motor Speedway in the rain-delayed Food City 500 after starting from the rear.
NASCAR Cup Series driver Kyle Busch won his second consecutive race Monday at Bristol Motor Speedway in the rain-delayed Food City 500. But for fans who love to hate Busch, he's already atop the Cup Series standings and getting better each week.
NASCAR driver Dale Earnhardt Jr., who will return to Cup racing in Sunday's Daytona 500 after missing 18 races last season with a concussion, said his doctor told him that no two concussions are alike. He also talked about his wife's preference on