Carl Edwards1979-08-15 (age 41)
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Carl Edwards says he has no plans to return to the NASCAR Cup Series over a year after leaving Joe Gibbs Racing.
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The seeds of change were planted last fall when Dale Earnhardt Jr. was forced to miss much of the second half of the Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series due to a concussion.
Former NASCAR driver Carl Edwards will receive a sportsmanship award for his conduct during the Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series’ 2016 season finale.
Cue up the yacht rock radio, Carl Edwards has checked out.
Reviewing the race at Texas Motor Speedway and topics prior heading into the first off weekend of the season for the NASCAR series.
Carl Edwards stunned the NASCAR community when he announced an unscheduled sabbatical last January.
Coming off of the 2016 Xfinity championship, rookie Daniel Suarez didn’t get the debut he was hoping for in last Sunday’s Daytona 500.
Carl Edwards returned to Atlanta Motor Speedway on Friday as a spectator but he did bring his helmet and driver suit … just in case.
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Daniel Suarez believes this week’s two-day test at Phoenix International Raceway was a vital step in his move to the Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series this season.
It’s still taking some adjustment for Carl Edwards to see what used to be his No. 19 Joe Gibbs Racing Toyota racing around the track without him in the driver’s seat.
Former NASCAR Cup champion Kyle Busch has admitted he was as surprised as everyone else about the sudden retirement of Joe Gibbs Racing teammate Carl Edwards, but believes the team can be as successful as ever in 2017 without him.
Carl Edwards feels he scored a moral victory in the NASCAR Sprint Cup title decider at Homestead last November, despite the accident that took him out of his final shot at the title.
While he refused to use the word “retirement,” Carl Edwards confirmed on Wednesday that is stepping away from fulltime competition in NASCAR to spend more time on other issues that are important to him.
Carl Edwards’ expected departure from Joe Gibbs Racing took plenty of people by surprise — even his teammate Matt Kenseth.
The Sprint Cup Championship complexion changed with 10 laps remaining in Sunday’s EcoBoost400.
Martin Truex Jr. picked up the pace in the final Happy Hour of 2016 with a lap of 174.289mph.
He didn’t have quite the speed to make the Championship 4, but Kevin Harvick found it Friday to win the pole for Sunday’s Sprint Cup Series season finale at Homestead-Miami Speedway.
Three non-Chase drivers topped the speed chart in first practice at Homestead-Miami Speedway on Friday.
Joe Gibbs Racing has a 50-50 shot at winning the 2016 Sprint Cup Championship.
Seven Sprint Cup Chase contenders in the Round of 8 received penalties from infractions at Texas Motor Speedway.
Carl Edwards went from the Chase cellar to the Championship Round with Sunday’s win in the AAA Texas 500.
Despite some consternation among Joe Gibbs Racing teammates as they battled each other for second place last weekend at Martinsville, Va., Carl Edwards, Matt Kenseth and Kyle Busch insisted Friday all members of the organization are on the same page.
Teamwork has been critical to Joe Gibbs Racing's remarkable 2016 season, but as the title hunt heats up is the dynamic changing?
Carl Edwards may be in a precarious points position after Sunday’s Sprint Cup race at Martinsville (Va.) Speedway but it hasn’t affected his optimism.
Denny Hamlin said Friday that his Joe Gibbs Racing teammates would have been the “dumbest group in history” if they had raced in the middle of the pack last Sunday at Talladega and risked getting caught up in a wreck.
Now that the Round of 8 of the Chase for the Sprint Cup is set, who has the best shot at moving on to the final four with a win at Martinsville Speedway?
On the surface the pressure seems only likely to rise as the race to this season’s Sprint Cup Series championship draws to a close.
Joe Gibbs Racing’s plan to have its top three drivers in the Chase standings ride around in the back of the pack most of the race at Talladega was probably a smart one, but it certainly wasn’t aesthetically pleasing.
Carl Edwards has a dream of winning his first Sprint Cup Series championship this season and in NASCAR’s current Chase format that means he has to perform well at Homestead-Miami Speedway.
Carl Edwards again failed to register a victory at his home circuit at Kansas Speedway, and believes the tough battle with his Joe Gibbs Toyota teammate Kyle Busch aided Kevin Harvick’s victory.
Is Toyota on the cusp of winning its second consecutive NASCAR Sprint Cup Series championship?
NASCAR simply will not tolerate rule violators during the Chase.
If the domination exhibited by Denny Hamlin and Martin Truex Jr. at Richmond International Raceway is any indication, the answer is no.
Ryan Newman’s points deficit to make the Chase grew larger Wednesday after NASCAR announced penalties stemming from Sunday night’s Sprint Cup race at Darlington (S.C.) Raceway.
The Southern 500 weekend at Darlington Raceway provides the perfect stage for teams and fans to celebrate NASCAR’s roots.
Carl Edwards saved his best qualifying run – but his fastest one – for last.
Martin Truex Jr. has shown he has one of the fastest cars at Watkins Glen, but he will start Sunday's race from 14th.
Carl Edwards swept the poles on road courses for 2016.
The Toyotas were tops again in practice at New Hampshire Motor Speedway.
Many of Dale Earnhardt Jr.’s fellow NASCAR competitors were just as surprised as everyone else when they learned the sport’s most popular driver was sitting out this weekend’s race at New Hampshire with concussion-like symptoms.
Last year’s Quaker State 400 was the turning point for the Sprint Cup Series.
Carl Edwards set the quick pace in the first practice for Saturday’s Quaker State 400 at Kansas Speedway on Thursday.