Sep 06, 2010 01:24 EDT
Tony Stewart pulls away for his 1st Cup win of the year, beating Edwards at Atlanta. Ten drivers have locked up spots in the Chase for the Sprint Cup championship.
Sep 04, 2010 19:24 EDT
Denny Hamlin takes pole for Atlanta Cup race, Ryan Newman on outside of front row. Denny Hamlin started chasing the championship during qualifying Saturday at Atlanta Motor Speedway.
Aug 30, 2010 19:34 EDT
How old is old enough? Crash death of 13-year-old motorcycle racer raises question. They sail solo around the world, climb the highest mountains and race around ovals at breakneck speeds.
Aug 30, 2010 18:15 EDT
Safety first: Teenager's death has sanctioning body taking another look at safety. The U.S Grand Prix Racers Union said Monday that it plans to review its safety measures after the death of a 13-year-old motorcycle rider.
Aug 26, 2010 04:00 EDT
As "Crocodile Dundee", Paul Hogan wrestled crocs and faced down knife-brandishing New York muggers.
Aug 20, 2010 19:54 EDT
Jimmie Johnson looks to end slump after pole-winning run at Bristol. Jimmie Johnson crossed winning at Bristol Motor Speedway off his to-do list in March. Now he'll try to make it two in a row by starting from the pole in Saturday night's race.
Aug 17, 2010 22:59 EDT
Let's race 2 for IndyCar Series at Texas, where Saturday night's all right for NASCAR Cup race. IndyCar drivers will race twice in one day next year at Texas Motor Speedway, where the 2011 racing schedule also includes the track's first Saturday night NASCAR Sprint Cup Series race.
Aug 15, 2010 16:41 EDT
Kevin Harvick makes late pass on Denny Hamlin, holds on to win Sprint Cup race at Michigan. Kevin Harvick passed Denny Hamlin with 11 laps to go Sunday, then held on to win the NASCAR Sprint Cup series race at Michigan International Speedway.
Aug 09, 2010 02:58 EDT
Juan Pablo Montoya wins race-long battle with Marcos Ambrose, wins at Watkins Glen. It's all quiet now in Juan Pablo Montoya's corner at Earnhardt Ganassi Racing. No shouting or cursing. A near-perfect race has the No. 42 team feeling pretty darn good for a change.
Aug 08, 2010 19:33 EDT
Mark Martin is back in 12th, Clint Bowyer out with 4 races until the Sprint Cup Chase. There are four races left before the Chase for the Sprint Cup title, and the road race on Sunday at Watkins Glen shuffled the standings.
Aug 08, 2010 17:55 EDT
Juan Pablo Montoya wins race-long battle with Marcos Ambrose, wins at Watkins Glen. Juan Pablo Montoya finally had a race without a mistake, and he proved invincible.
Aug 08, 2010 16:41 EDT
Juan Pablo Montoya wins race-long battle with Marcos Ambrose, wins at Watkins Glen. Juan Pablo Montoya erased 113 races of futility Sunday, winning a duel with Marcos Ambrose and the Sprint Cup race at Watkins Glen International.
Aug 03, 2010 17:49 EDT
Anderson officials hoping Colts' return provides big boost for hurting city. At 83, Carl Erskine is making the biggest comeback of his life.
Aug 02, 2010 03:40 EDT
Win for Jack: Biffle snaps 64-race drought and wins for injured owner Roush at Pocono Raceway. Always wearing his trademark Panama hat, Jack Roush is as much a fixture in the garage during race weekend as the drivers and crew members.
Aug 01, 2010 21:34 EDT
Win for Jack: Biffle snaps 64-race drought and wins for injured owner Roush at Pocono Raceway. As he closed in on the finish line, Greg Biffle knew the only person worthy of dedicating this victory to at Pocono Raceway.
Aug 01, 2010 19:21 EDT
Biffle snaps 64-race winless streak and wins for injured owner Jack Roush at Pocono Raceway. Greg Biffle won it for Jack Roush.
Jul 30, 2010 18:43 EDT
Familiar position: Stewart takes pole at Pocono; Montoya, Hamlin next. Tony Stewart unbuttoned the top button on his racing suit and let out a sigh.
Jul 30, 2010 00:13 EDT
NASCAR's Stewart fails to finish in return to North Dakota dirt track. NASCAR star Tony Stewart made his return to North Dakota ? and failed to cross the finish line.
Jul 28, 2010 17:18 EDT
Tony Stewart says NASCAR's decision to fine teams for public criticism of the sport is OK. Count two-time NASCAR Cup champion Tony Stewart among those who think NASCAR's decision to clamp down on public criticism of the sport is OK.
Jul 26, 2010 21:00 EDT
NASCAR protecting the brand by curbing critical comments through fines. Concerns about a half-empty race track dogged NASCAR long before Sunday's race at Indianapolis Motor Speedway, where the sanctioning body's top officials didn't want to discuss attendance or any other ailments plaguing the nation's No. 1 racing series.