Piquet focused on Talladega run
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
NASCAR may be set to update trucks
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.
Long-time owner ending NASCAR run?
NASCAR Sprint Cup team owner James Finch has a letter of intent that takes effect on July 15 for the sale of Phoenix Racing.
Duchardt gets new title at Hendrick
Hendrick Motorsports promotes Doug Duchardt to executive vice president and general manager.
Newman wins pole for Brickyard 400
Ryan Newman won his 50th NASCAR Sprint Cup pole with a record-breaking lap of 187.531 mph at Indianapolis Motor Speedway on Saturday.
Penske, Keselowski past comments
Roger Penske says he has not reprimanded driver Brad Keselowski for comments he made about rival teams this week.
NASCAR: No roof flap penalties
On Wednesday, NASCAR decided not to issue penalties to the 31 teams in the Sprint Cup and Nationwide Series garages that had altered spacers confiscated from the roof flap assembly package in their cars at Daytona last weekend.
Hornish still Penske's team player
Hornish 'not happy' with just a consideration from Penske to drive No. 22 Dodge.
France updates 2013 Cup car packages
NASCAR Chairman Brian France addresses the 2013 Cup car as sanctioning body showcases new look.
Allmendinger, team running well
AJ Allmendinger will continue his role at Phoenix Racing this weekend at Martinsville Speedway. Allmendinger finished second in the Martinsville NASCAR Sprint Cup race in the spring. He has driven the car the last two weeks while Regan Smith, who was originally expected to take over driving duties