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Where are they now? Randy LaJoie reflects

The popular New England driver became a two-time NASCAR champion in his career.

Travis Carter reflects on long and successful NASCAR career

North Carolina native won pair of Cup titles as crew chief, graduated to car owner in 1990’s

Darlington Raceway dedicates Cup garage to Cale Yarborough

Cale Yarborough doesn’t have to sneak in the Darlington Raceway garage any more.

Road course 'ringers' in Cup: A thing of the past?

The use of 'ringers' in NASCAR's premier division is not a very common practice anymore.

Is BZF Keselowski’s new BFF?

Keselowski has Brian France's blessing - and that's enough.

NASCAR: State of the Sport

NASCAR Chairman and CEO provides insight to the latest topics.

Southern 500's return to Labor Day generates positive buzz

Changes to the 2015 Sprint Cup schedule favorably received by drivers, fans.

The man who never won

The following is the story of J.D. McDuffie, a racer who never stopped chasing his dreams, no matter what obstacles were thrown his way.

Earnhardt having sweep dreams at Daytona

Would love to make it two straight at Daytona

To fine, or not to fine?

Should penalties be handed out for off track activity?

Kyle Busch wants a happy birthday at Talladega

Toyota driver turns 29 Friday, and he'd like a 30th Sprint Cup trophy

Should Marcos Ambrose be penalized for punching Mears?

I may be in the minority with my friend Ryan Hyatt, but here are my thoughts on what we should do about the fight that ensued after the checkered flag flew at Richmond last weekend...

Kyle Busch: Is 'better than average' good enough?

Probably at Richmond, where he won four straight spring races

Tony Stewart: A match for the masters

Darlington (S.C.) Raceway is one of NASCAR’s oldest venues.

Kurt Busch ready for Bristol 500

Kurt Busch: high-bank circled on the calendar

Indy 500 entry a "dream come true" for Kurt Busch

Kurt Busch is excited for his opportunity to run the Indy 500.

Dale Jarrett’s NASCAR Hall of Fame credentials earned as late bloomer

Dale Jarrett will finally be making his way into the NASCAR Hall of Fame.

Bobby Allison's most vivid Daytona memories aren't from 1979

Special NASCAR writer Reid Spencer interviewed Bobby Allison after Jimmie Johnson tied the record of earning both Daytona International Speedway victories in the same year.

Bayne aiming high at Michigan

Trevor Bayne and the Motocraft/Quick Lane team have a chance this weekend to write another chapter in Ford Motor Company’s racing history.

Wood Brothers set for 1,400th series start tomorrow

Founder Glen Wood made the team’s first series start in a 1953 Lincoln at Martinsville Speedway on May 17, 1953.

Larry and A.J. Foyt talk about drivers and races with Indy 500 ahead

A.J. Foyt: "Who would have thought Franchitti last year would have come up and win the race?"

Gordon's good at Martinsville... No foolin'

Along with seven wins, Gordon also has seven poles at Martinsville.

Newman misses shift, loses engine at Las Vegas

Quicken Loans driver struggles with Ill-handling racecar.

Stewart rallies to finish 11th at Las Vegas

Mobil 1/Bass Pro Shops driver continues upward climb in point standings.

Ill-handling car hinders Patrick at Las Vegas

Danica Patrick, who is competing for Rookie of the Year honors against Ricky Stenhouse Jr., finished 15 spots behind Stenhouse,

Kenseth holds strong to score the victory in Las Vegas

Joe Gibbs Racing’s new Toyota driver Matt Kenseth was toughest in the Las Vegas 400, and on his 41st birthday, he celebrated his first win with his new team.

Wood Brothers and Bayne are ready for Las Vegas 400

Sunday’s Vegas 400 represents the first true test of the Gen-6 cars on a intermediate-length track.

Five-time champ Jimmie Johnson reaches 400 starts at Daytona

Johnson in his Hendrick Motorsport Chevrolet will make his 400th career NASCAR Sprint Cup series start in the 55th running of the Daytona 500.

Eras mesh during Hall of Fame induction ceremony

Baker, Owens, Thomas, Wallace and Wood officially enshrined Friday night in Charlotte

Bill Elliott looks back on Daytona record

The track record of 210.364 miles per hour was set on this day in 1987 by Bill Elliott in a Ford Thunderbird.

Top moments of 2012, #11: A fight in NASCAR: Nothing new right?

The 11th top moment was an easy decision by the staff at The Clint Bowyer/Jeff Gordon fight at Phoenix which, of course, included their teams!