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.

Darlington Honors Five-Time Southern 500 Winner Cale Yarborough

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DARLINGTON, S.C. -- Darlington paid tribute to the Timmonsville, South Carolina native, Cale Yarborough, Saturday morning in a special ceremony at the track. In his honor, the Darlington Raceway Sprint Cup Garage was renamed the Cale Yarborough Garage.

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.

The Top Five things I’ve learned about NASCAR Penalties

A humorous look at the ins and outs of NASCAR penalties.

Kansas Speedway Sprint Cup Preview – Milestones, Firsts and Driver Quotes

As the NASCAR Sprint Cup Series heads to Kansas Speedway, eight drivers are locked into the Chase for the Sprint Cup, provided they attempt to qualify for the remaining regular season races. Several prominent drivers are still searching for that elusive victory or the consistency needed to grab one of the eight remaining spots as the Chase approaches.

Jeffrey Earnhardt ready to put on ‘one hell of a show’ when NASCAR racing...

"We will always love their loyalty and support and when we get to go back racing there are gonna be some hungry drivers just waiting to put on one hell of a show for all the fans."

Austin Dillon’s Airborne Crash – Fluke or Cause for Concern?

As Dale Earnhardt Jr. crossed the finish line to claim his second win of the season at Daytona International Speedway, celebrating the victory was the last thing on his mind. He had just driven the last two laps of the race focused on the traffic behind him, moving around the track as needed to protect his position when he saw the wreck unfolding in his rearview mirror.

Richmond Sprint Cup Preview – Strategy, Milestones and More

It sounds simple. If you want to win a race, the best place to begin is in front. But in reality, starting from the pole doesn’t necessarily translate into winning the race…unless you’re racing at Richmond International Raceway. The statistics below tell the story.

NASCAR – The Men Behind the Curtain

The governing body of NASCAR is reminiscent of the ‘Great Oz’ with its true agenda hidden behind a curtain of mystery. Sleight of hand and misdirection create the illusion that NASCAR is a sport driven by the desires of its passionate fans.

Logano versus Kenseth – What They Said After the Race

In racing there is one objective – to win. Does that mean that winning by any means is justified? I suppose that depends on your point of view.