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NASCAR’s “Golden Boy” Fred Lorenzen

Fred Lorenzen was one of NASCAR’s first superstars. His aggressive style on the track gained him the admiration and respect of his fellow competitors. Off the track, his blonde good looks and charisma made him a favorite among fans.

Chase Elliott Meets Expectations in Second Sprint Cup Start but is Looking for More

If never being satisfied is the key to success, Chase Elliott is well on his way to becoming a competitive driver in the NASCAR Sprint Cup Series when he...

Johnson Anticipates Opportunity for Seventh Title

Jimmie Johnson captured his ninth win at Martinsville Speedway Sunday, securing his spot in the final Championship Round at Homestead-Miami Speedway on Nov. 20. It marks his 79th career victory, but more importantly, the opportunity to race for a seventh NASCAR Sprint Cup title.

NASCAR Community Embraces Five Year Old Cancer Survivor Ricky Mock

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In many ways, Ricky is like any other young boy. “He loves anything to do with racing,” his mother, Sue, told me. “He’ll spend hours racing his toys and playing out different scenarios. The only video games he’ll play are racing ones.”

Ryan Preece finishes eighth in Daytona 500 debut

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Rookie Ryan Preece wheeled his way to an eighth-place finish Sunday evening in overtime scoring a top-10 in his debut Daytona 500.

Ryan Reed’s Passion to Win Equaled by his Passion for Diabetes Awareness

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DARLINGTON, S.C. -- After a top-15 finish at Darlington Raceway, Reed is only one race away from cementing his place in the inaugural XFINITY Series Chase for the Championship.

Favorite memories of the 2011 Sprint Cup season

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The 2011 season of NASCAR started out with a bang when rookie Trevor Bayne won the Daytona 500. It ended with an electrifying duel between Tony Stewart and Carl Edwards for the championship. Sandwiched in between was one of the most competitive seasons in recent history.

Remembering Alan Kulwicki – Against All Odds

Kyle Petty remembers that day vividly saying, “I’ve been around racing a long time and I’ve lost a son. I think the saddest thing I’ve ever seen at a racetrack was Alan’s truck leaving Bristol, Tennessee. We just sat and cried.”

Rookie Kyle Larson Proves He Belongs in the Sprint Cup Series

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When it was announced last year that Kyle Larson would replace Juan Pablo Montoya in the No. 42 Chip Ganassi Racing Chevrolet in the Sprint Cup Series in 2014, my first reaction was shock. It had nothing to do with Larson’s skill.

Dale Earnhardt Jr. Puts his Trust in Doctors and his Priorities in Order

Dale Earnhardt Jr. has missed the last three NASCAR Sprint Cup Series races after suffering concussion-like symptoms. Monday he participated in The Dale Jr. Download podcast to discuss his treatment progress, future racing plans and the decision to make his health a priority.