DAYTONA BEACH, Fla. – The cowboy hat and dark sunglasses still are iconic trademarks, along with the toothy smile, homespun charm and a reputation for never turning his back on a race fan.
While his legacy as the sport’s greatest driver and ambassador remains larger than life in NASCAR, Richard ...
Even without the tall head restraints, roll bars and rear spoiler blocking the view, Greg Biffle refuses to look in the rearview mirror on his 2011 season. Besides, if you’re looking back, it’s hard to focus on the future.
DAYTONA BEACH, Fla. – The Chevrolet Corvette is back in the Rolex 24 Hours of Daytona. So are Audi and Ferrari.
The biggest sports car race in America continued to add sexy sports cars to the lineup, along with a new look for the premier Daytona Prototype class. The cars are sleek and fast and loo...
DOVER, Del. – Denny Hamlin’s emotions have been running at full speed lately. If he can find a way to make his race car just as fast, he could get back into contention in the Chase for the Championship.
Playoff drivers are using a variety of methods to keep their minds from playing games. Brad K...
HAMPTON, Ga. – All four of the 12 NASCAR Sprint Cup Series drivers who won’t visit the White House next Wednesday insisted they have scheduling conflicts, not political issues with President Barrack Obama.
HAMPTON, Ga. – Four races ago Brad Keselowski was in trouble to make the Chase for the Championship, while Denny Hamlin, Paul Menard, Tony Stewart, Dale Earnhardt Jr. and David Ragan were in great shape to qualify for the playoffs. A lot’s happened since.
At $12 million a year, Danica Patrick already was the third best-paid women athletes in the world, behind tennis stars Maria Sharapova ($25 million) and Carolina Wozniacki ($12.5 million). While her value is certain to expand with her move to NASCAR in 2012, she said her decision to leave the IndyCar Series wasn’t about money.
HAMPTON, Ga. – If Paul Menard, Brad Keselowski, Kyle Busch or Marcos Ambrose wins this Sunday’s AdvoCare 500 at the Atlanta Motor Speedway, they will earn a $1 million bonus, as well as $1 million to a randomly-selected race fan and a charity.
Danica Patrick’s fulltime move to NASCAR in 2012 has been expected for weeks. The reaction, however, was overwhelming, even by NASCAR’s standards. As expected, Patrick will drive the No. 7 GoDaddy.com Chevrolet for Dale Earnhardt Jr.’s JR Motorsports next year in the Nationwide Series. She also will make as many as 10 selected Sprint Cup Series starts for Stewart-Haas Racing.