"Five-time" became the first four-time winner of NASCAR's annual All-Star race, breaking a tie with the late Dale Earnhardt and teammate Jeff Gordon on Saturday night.
John Blankenship held out to win Saturday in Arkansas. The Bad Boy 98 win was huge, as it netted him $20,000. John Blankenship earned $20,000 for the biggest victory of his dirt late model racing career Saturday at Batesville Motor Speedway.
He was supposed to be a player for the million dollar payout starting in the sixth row in the Miller Lite Ford for Roger Penske with a highly publicized mosaic paint scheme on his No.2 "Blue Deuce" for the Sprint All Star Race.
Lee Spencer is the senior NASCAR writer for FOXSports.com. She has provided award-winning coverage of auto racing over the last 15 years.
NASCAR driver Jimmie Johnson brings his No. 48 Chevrolet to the finish line in first place during the NASCAR Sprint Cup Series Daytona 500 race at the Daytona International Speedway in Daytona Beach, Florida February 24, 2013.
Indiana native Ed Carpenter, the only owner/driver competing in the IZOD IndyCar Series, came out of Saturday afternoon's Fast Nine with the pole for the 97th running of the Indianapolis 500, beating five Andretti Autosport teams and three Penske Racing teams for the $100,000 and 15-point bonus.
Busch overcame a costly penalty to snap a seven-race drought on the Truck Series by winning Friday night at Charlotte Motor Speedway.
By PaddockTalk.com Staff Writers The NASCAR Sprint Cup series has completed the final practice session at Charlotte Motor Speedway in preparation for the NASCAR Sprint All-Star Race .
Hunched a bit from a childhood fall, Dick Trickle would hold a cigarette in one hand and a coffee in the other.
By Reid Spencer, NASCAR Wire Service CONCORD, N.C.-Needless to say, Carl Edwards loved the new qualifying format for Saturday night's Sprint All-Star Race.
Jeb Burton and Ty Dillion will start on the front row of tonight's Camping World Truck Series 11th Annual North Carolina Education Lottery 200 at Charlotte Motor Speedway with speeds of 181.372 and 180.294, respectively.
That was the story a year ago at Charlotte Motor Speedway for Brad Keselowski. Bidding to become the 24th competitor to win in all three of NASCAR's national series, Keselowski lost the lead to Justin Lofton on the North Carolina Education Lottery 200's final restart and finished second.
Brad Keselowski minced no words about the loss of Dick Trickle, who died Thursday from an apparent self-inflicted gunshot wound at a cemetary at the age of 71.
Former NASCAR racer Dick Trickle, 71, died from a reported self-inflicted gunshot wound shortly after noon on Thursday, May 16, in Boger, N.C. The long-time Lincoln County resident was found next to his pick-up truck near a cemetery.