Jeff Gordon’s New Paint Scheme Will Take A While To Get Used To

Jeff Gordon lost DuPont as his primary sponsor for the 2011 season and now has AARP's The Drive To End Hunger as a sponsor.

Top Moments Of 2010!

The 2010 NASCAR Sprint Cup Series season is in the books and now it is time to hand out some awards.

NASCAR Media names Johnson’s fifth championship as top story of 2010

To no surprise, Jimmie Johnson extending his consecutive title record to five was voted as the top story of 2010 by the NASCAR media corps this week.

Fourth Turn, A Fan’s Perspective …. Post Season Withdrawal

The fan’s grow restless it’s been 3 weeks since the engines fired. The minds of NASCAR fans are searching for a way to fill the void. The chat rooms and message boards are running qualifying lap speeds and still the matrixing has begun.

A Look at New Things in Jeff Gordon’s Life

Jeff Gordon unveiled his new paint scheme for the No. 24 AARP Drive To End Hunger car during a media tour in Manhattan on Monday.

Marcos Ambrose Named King Of Crashing In 2010, Kenseth And Jr Win Least Amount

After an 18th place points finish in 2009, Marcos Ambrose was actually considered to make the Chase this season.

Scott Speed’s Release Was No Surprise

Scott Speed had long been viewed as the odd man out at Red Bull Racing in 2011 and Speed confirmed this week on his Twitter page that he and Red Bull Racing have severed ties.

Who To Watch For In 2010 Top 12 Rankings

Carl Edwards: Has to be the obvious pick after winning the final two races of the season after not winning for over 70 races.

Biggest Surprises And Disappointments

Kevin Harvick, 19th in points in 2009 with 9 Top 10 finishes to most points earned over entire season with 26 Top 10's.

NASCAR’s Final Chapter of 2010: Horseshoes, Hand Grenades and Hope

The Daytona 500 may still be months away, but fans, media and the drivers themselves are already gearing up for the 2011 season. After the wild ride that we took in 2010, how could next year possibly compare?