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There's a power shift occurring in the Sprint Cup garage. Hendrick Motorsports has long been considered NASCAR's juggernaut, but in 2013, Joe Gibbs Racing has raised the bar. With five wins this season -- three victories by JGR newcomer Matt Kenseth and two by Kyle Busch -- the company has
Kasey Kahne irate after latest Kyle Busch run-in proves costly Kasey Kahne irate after latest Kyle Busch run-in proves costly
Matt Kenseth was clearly relieved on Friday at Darlington Raceway. Matt Kenseth at ease, ready for Darlington
The driver once known as "Wonder Boy" will make his 700th consecutive Sprint Cup start this weekend at Darlington Raceway. Jeff Gordon, 41, holds the record among active athletes for most consecutive starts in U.S. professional sports at 699. Bobby Labonte, 49, is second with 698 consecutive races.
Denny Hamlin won't be holding back this weekend at the Track too Tough to Tame. After he suffered a fractured vertebra in a crash on March 24, Hamlin missed four races before starting at Talladega Superspeedway last Sunday with Brian Vickers stepping in for relief. But Hamlin, who considers
Paul Menard close to extension with Childress Cup team Paul Menard close to extension with Childress Cup team
Unlike other former NASCAR Sprint Cup champions, Kurt Busch kicked off the month of May at Indianapolis Motor Speedway attempting to pass his rookie test - for the IndyCar Series. "For me to go up there and experience the track, experience an IndyCar and go through a rookie orientation -- to have
Joe Gibbs Racing celebrated in Victory Lane on Saturday night at Darlington Raceway -- but it wasn't with the Toyota that dominated the NASCAR Sprint Cup Southern 500. After leading 265 laps, Kyle Busch cut a tire in the closing laps and was forced to nurse the No. 18 car to the end. That allowed
Though injured fans are on drivers' minds, Brad Keselowski doesn't anticipate any changes on the track in the Daytona 500.