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  • SHR Transition Going Smoothly

    Stewart Haas Racing’s move from Chevrolet to Ford is going well according to team co-owner Tony Stewart.

  • Stewart to Return to Sprint Cars in Florida

    Tony Stewart confirmed today at a press conference at the Ford Performance Center in Concord, N.C. that he will begin his racing season on the dirt in Ocala, Fla. racing with his Arctic Cat All-star Circuit of Champions at the Bubba Raceway Park.

  • Gaunt Brothers Racing to Compete in Cup Series

    Gaunt Brothers Racing, owned by Triad Racing Technologies president Marty Gaunt, will return to NASCAR competition in 2017.

  • Class of 2017: Benny Parsons

    Stock-car racing's 'nice guy champion,' Emmy-winning broadcaster Benny Parsons enters the NASCAR Hall of Fame.

  • Credit One Bank to Sponsor Larson

    Credit One Bank is expanding its relationship with Chip Ganassi Racing by partnering with Kyle Larson and the No. 42 team during the Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series season.

  • Darlington to Celebrate 1985-89 Era

    Another historic celebration of the sport is in store for Darlington Raceway. The track is pleased to announce “Year 3” of its award-winning throwback campaign for the Bojangles’ Southern 500 race weekend on Sept. 1-3, 2017.

  • Advance Auto Parts to Sponsor 'The Clash'

    The Advance Auto Parts Clash will open the 2017 NASCAR season under the lights on the evening of Feb. 18, featuring an elite field of Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series drivers in a 75-lap sprint.

  • Opinion: Comeback Candidates

    Five drivers - including Kasey Kahne - have the opportunity to put the disappointment of last year in the rear-view mirror with strong 2017 performances.

  • Bill Moss Passes Away

    William (Bill) W. Moss, whose engineering and construction company (Moss-Thornton Company) was instrumental in assisting William H.G. France in the creation of Talladega Superspeedway in 1969, passed away this past Saturday.

  • Steven Tyler Performs at Busch's Wedding Reception

    Aerosmith frontman Steven Tyler plays Kurt and Ashley Busch's post-wedding reception

  • FedEx Unveils New Paint Scheme

    Denny Hamlin's No. 11 FedEx Toyota will have a new look in 2017.

  • Video: Wood Brothers Racing Shop Tour

    Wood Brothers Racing is now in a new race shop after moving their headquarters from Harrisburg, N.C. to Mooresville in the off-season.

  • Auto-Owners Expands with FRR

    Furniture Row Racing announced that Auto-Owners Insurance has agreed to a multiyear primary sponsorship for Martin Truex Jr.’s No. 78 Toyota in the Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series.

  • Class of 2017: Mark Martin

    To the surprise of no one, Mark Martin continued to win races at the highest level well past an age when most competitors have hung up their helmets.

  • NASCAR Rule Book Updates

    NASCAR issued updates to the Rule Book this week that pertain to vehicle and driver safety specifications.

  • Rogers Ready for Season with Suarez

    Crew chief Dave Rogers is looking forward to working with Daniel Suarez this season in the Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series.

  • Class of 2017: Raymond Parks

    As one of early stock car racing’s most successful car owners, it is appropriate that Raymond Parks captured the first two championships offered by the fledgling National Association for Stock Car Auto Racing, an organization Parks helped form in 1947.

  • Fellow Drivers Applaud Edwards' Decision

    While wrapping up a Goodyear Tire test in Las Vegas this week, NASCAR drivers are supportive of Carl Edwards' decision to retire.

  • Sadler Joins TBR for Daytona 500

    Tommy Baldwin Racing announced that the team will compete in the 59th running of the Daytona 500 with Elliott Sadler behind the wheel of the No. 7 Golden Corral Chevrolet.

  • Opinion: Edwards Left His Mark

    Carl Edwards made a decision to step away from racing that makes a lot of sense while asking many questions.

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