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  • NASCAR TV Drama Series in Development

    Roma Downey and Mark Burnett have joined forces in a deal with NASCAR to develop a scripted television drama based on the legendary racing world. The series will weave exciting dramatic stories within the backdrop of this beloved sports franchise.

  • Special Day for Busch Brothers

    The Toyota/Save Mart 350 was special for the Busch brothers on Sunday as Kyle led Kurt to the checkered flag in their first one-two finish in the Sprint Cup Series.

  • Notebook: First Top Five for Bowyer

    Clint Bowyer scores his first top five of the season, a late caution spoils Jimmie Johnson's strategy and Jeff Gordon finishes 16th in final Sonoma run.

  • Issue Spoils Allmendinger's Run

    A fuel system problem thwarted AJ Allmendinger's chance to win consecutive Sprint Cup road course races.

  • Kyle Busch Shines at Sonoma

    Kyle Busch checked off one box in his quest to make the Chase for the Sprint Cup when he won Sunday's Toyota/Save Mart 350 at Sonoma Raceway.

  • Truex: 'He Turned Me on Purpose'

    Contact from David Ragan in Sunday's Toyota/Save Mart 350 at Sonoma Raceway sent Martin Truex Jr. into the tire barrier and to his worst finish of the season.

  • Sonoma Story Lines

    The first Sprint Cup Series road course race of the season is set with the running of today's Toyota/Save Mart 350, which has produced 10 different winners in the last 10 races.

  • France Issues Statement on Confederate Flag

    NASCAR Chairman and CEO Brian France issued a statement on confederate flag.

  • Allmendinger Scores Sonoma Pole

    AJ Allmendinger gave JTG Daugherty Racing its first Sprint Cup pole when he took the top spot in qualifying for Sunday's Toyota/Save Mart 350 at Sonoma Raceway.

  • Dale Jr. Talks about Germany Trip

    Dale Earnhardt Jr. talked to the media on Friday at Sonoma Raceway about his trip to Germany, including his proposal and engagement to Amy Reimann, his drive on the Autobahn and much more.

  • Allmendinger Back in Winning Car

    AJ Allmendinger is looking for his second consecutive NASCAR Sprint Cup Road Course victory and will attempt the feat driving the same car he piloted to Victory Lane last season at Watkins Glen International.

  • Busch Ready for Road Course

    Kyle Busch faces perhaps his biggest challenge in his comeback from injury Sunday at Sonoma Raceway.

  • U.S. Marine to be Honored at Brickyard 400

    During a special reveal event at the Texas Rangers game, Jeff Kyle was announced as the winner of Crown Royal "Your Hero's Name Here" program, which awards naming rights to the NASCAR Sprint Cup Series race at the Indianapolis Motor Speedway to a deserving hero.

  • MRN.com Weekend Preview

    The first road-course race of the year for the Sprint Cup Series is set at Sonoma Raceway to headline a weekend that includes the NASCAR K&N Pro Series West, Whelen Modified Tour, All Star Circuit of Champions and World of Outlaws Sprint Car Series.

  • Driver Handicaps: Sonoma

    MRN.com's detailed notes and statistics to help you set your fantasy racing lineup for Sunday's Toyota/Save Mart 350 at Sonoma Raceway.

  • Cargill to Return with Stenhouse

    Roush Fenway Racing has announced that long-standing partner Cargill Beef will return to the No. 17 team with driver Ricky Stenhouse Jr. in 2015.

  • Experience Key for Patrick

    Danica Patrick hopes her extensive road racing background will be beneficial to a good run in Sunday’s Toyota/Save Mart 350 at Sonoma Raceway.

  • Gas 'N' Go: Road Course in the Chase?

    The pits are open again, and MRN's Pete Pistone and Alex Hayden each answer this week’s featured question in “Gas ‘N’ Go.”

  • 1991 Banquet 300: Allison Wins in Wild Finish

    Davey Allison captured his only road-course win in a controversial finish to the 1991 Banquet Frozen Foods 300 in Sonoma, Calif.

  • MRN TaleSpin with guest "Iron Man" Jack Ingram

    "Iron Man" Jack Ingram joins Alex Hayden, Barney Hall and Jim "Chopper" Phillips to tell stories from NASCAR history.

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