Brad Keselowski started Saturday nightâs All-Star Race in the 12th position â but the defending Sprint Cup champion didnât survive beyond the first two laps.
Brad Keselowski is down in the wins category, but the defending Sprint Cup champion is far from out. With one-third of the season already in the record books, it's hard to believe that Keselowski, who had two victories in the first 10 races last year, has yet to win. However, he hopes that might
National Hot Rod Association Top Fuel champion Antron Brown wants to see if he can last longer than a four-second run -- in a stock car.
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Speedway Motorsports chairman O. Bruton Smith, Charlotten Motor Speedway ramp up emotions, talk over moving fall races to Las Vegas. Speedway Motorsports chairman O. Bruton Smith, Charlotten Motor Speedway ramp up emotions, talk over moving fall races to Las Vegas
Following an altercation with Brian Scott on April 26 at Richmond International Raceway, Nelson Piquet Jr. is approaching this weekend's NASCAR Nationwide Series race as a fresh start. "You have to, you know? It's a new week and a new race," said Piquet, who Friday qualified 16th for Saturday's
Kyle Busch, Joe Gibbs Racing help make a home a possibility with Habitat's help.
McMurray storms to win in Sprint Showdown McMurray storms to win in Sprint Showdown
If NASCAR wants to provide fans with the best possible racing product, it might be time to consider changing the venue for the Sprint All-Star Race. With the current format of four 20-lap segments and a 10-lap shootout, a shorter track such as Bristol Motor Speedway or Richmond International
NASCAR has had preliminary discussions with its three manufacturers to discuss the possibility of a makeover for the vehicles in the Camping World Truck Series.