Tony Stewart was honored for his final NASCAR Sprint Cup Series season and spoke candidly about his prior banquet experiences during Friday night’s annual awards ceremony at the Wynn Las Vegas Hotel, with a video tribute highlighting the sendoffs for the three-time champion.
Germain Racing announced Monday morning that Ty Dillon will take over full-time driving duties of the No. 13 GEICO Chevrolet in the NASCAR Sprint Cup Series, beginning with the 2017 season.
Jimmie Johnson came home to a bit of a surprise — and some extra cleanup — after winning his seventh NASCAR Sprint Cup Series championship Sunday night at Homestead-Miami Speedway.
Jimmie Johnson wrote his own page in the NASCAR Sprint Cup Series history books on Sunday night at Homestead-Miami Speedway, using a perfect restart on an overtime finish to win the Ford EcoBoost 400 and score his record-tying seventh championship.
For the fourth straight week, a non-championship contender ran the table in NASCAR Sprint Cup Series qualifying, as Kevin Harvick stormed to the top of the speed charts Friday night at Homestead-Miami Speedway.
Team leadership at Leavine Family Racing has announced that the team has secured an ownership charter in the NASCAR Sprint Cup Series.
Tommy Baldwin Racing announced that For Kids’ Sake Foundation will partner with the No. 7 Tommy Baldwin Racing team at Homestead-Miami Speedway this weekend.
BK Racing announced that Jeffrey Earnhardt will return to drive the No. 83 Starter Toyota Camry at Homestead-Miami Speedway. Earnhardt will be one of three BK Racing cars on track for the Ford EcoBoost 400 as he joins teammates David Ragan and Matt DiBenedetto for the Sprint Cup season finale.
For the first time since the elimination-style Chase Grid format was introduced ahead of the 2014 NASCAR Sprint Cup Series season, Stewart-Haas Racing will not have a driver representing them in the winner-take-all championship round at Homestead-Miami Speedway.
With the dust now settled over Phoenix International Raceway, four NASCAR Sprint Cup Series drivers have the chance to continue racing for a championship, while four others had their title runs cut prematurely on Sunday.
Joey Logano stormed to a late-race victory in Sunday’s Can-Am 500 at Phoenix Int’l Raceway, staving off elimination for the second time in a NASCAR Sprint Cup Series cutoff race and punching his ticket into the Championship 4.
As the 2016 NASCAR Sprint Cup season enters it’s penultimate race, the Can-Am 500(k), at the Phoenix International Raceway, it appears as things cordial are out the window, even for teammates.