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NASCAR Hall of Famer Bobby Allison has been named the Grand Marshal for the 2014 Watkins Glen U.S. Vintage Grand Prix, September 5-7.
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A 16-time winner of NASCAR's Most Popular Driver award and a 2015 NASCAR Hall of Fame inductee, Bill Elliott continues to receive accolades for a legendary career behind the wheel of a stock car.
It's an exciting time in any teenager's life - getting a driver's license and feeling a new sense of freedom.
Joe Gibbs believes Tony Stewart has the strength to return to racing at some point following the Aug. 9 incident which left sprint car driver Kevin Ward Jr. dead.
Richmond International Raceway announced Tuesday that they track will host a post-race party following the Federated Auto Parts 400 on September 6th.
S. Hornish Jr. - pole; B. Scott 1-32; S. Hornish Jr. 33-44; B. S. Hornish Jr. - pole; B. Scott 1-32; S. Hornish Jr. 33-44; B. Scott 45-51; T. Bayne 52-60; B. Gaughan 61-65; C. Buescher 66-90.
Up-and-coming stock car driver Daniel Suarez will drive a full NASCAR Nationwide Series schedule for Joe Gibbs Racing next season.
One day removed from the Pure Michigan 400 at Michigan International Speedway in Brooklyn, Mich., NASCAR conducted a test at MIS on Monday as part of the process to determine the 2015 rules package for Sprint Cup Series competition.
Joe Gibbs Racing announced on Tuesday that Carl Edwards will drive a fourth car for the team in the Sprint Cup Series in 2015.
NASCAR fans will have the opportunity to change lives in a village across the globe this month.
Will Power recalls his first impression of the Milwaukee Mile - "a road course with no right turns" - when he arrived for the June 2006 Champ Car race.
NASCAR Sprint Cup Series driver Kevin Harvick has had enough of the media coverage of fellow driver Tony Stewart's accident in New York that killed another racer.
Joey Logano didn't have the best car Sunday, especially on long runs, so he did his best to keep the lead on late restarts amid challenges from Jeff Gordon and others.
When he turned 37, Jeff Gordon talked numerous times about retiring and how he wouldn't be racing by the time he was 40. Fast-forward six-plus years and Gordon not only is still racing in NASCAR, he may very well be behind the wheel for another 10 more years Gordon, who earned his third win of the season on Sunday at Michigan International ... (more)
Sunday's win was Jeff Gordon's third at Michigan International Speedway, tied for 10th all-time.
Campers we spoke to Sunday have been waiting almost a week now to set up their mobile homes and hang their race flags.
Updated: Wed Aug 20, 2014 12:08 pm
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