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Sadler expects an emotional return to Richmond

There will be a few tears shed and some hugs and kisses and handshakes and pats on the back and all that will happen before the race gets under way.

Justin Allgaier "was ready to leave" NASCAR before JRM ride

Justin Allgaier begins his quest for the 2018 NASCAR Xfinity Series championship this weekend and it was only three years ago that the 32-year-old was ready to walk away from racing entirely.

Analysis: Where the contenders stand entering NASCAR's playoffs

Kenny Bruce takes an in-depth look at the 16 drivers who will battle for the 2018 NASCAR Cup Series championship.

Hamlin: "I don’t even care about the playoffs" after Indy loss

Denny Hamlin will have to put the disappointment of coming up short at the Brickyard behind him if he and his Joe Gibbs Racing team hope to contend for the 2018 Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series championship.

Brad Keselowski heads into playoffs with "complete battery recharge"

“It makes going to the race track fun, knowing that you’ve won and you can win,” said Brad Keselowski and it’s doubtful the 2012 NASCAR champion felt he couldn’t win, only acutely aware that he hadn’t.

Matt Crafton doesn’t see himself as a championship dark horse

He doesn’t bristle but you get the idea Matt Crafton doesn’t take kindly to the term “dark horse” when asked about his title chances in this year NASCAR Camping World Truck Series playoffs.

NASCAR to trim Xfinity field, alter owner points structure for 2019

NASCAR will limit Xfinity Series field sizes to a maximum of 38 cars beginning in 2019, according to the sanctioning body.

It’s Playoff time for eight Truck title contenders

The NASCAR Camping World Truck Series playoffs get under way this weekend with the Chevrolet Silverado 250 at Canadian Tire Motorsports Park (Sunday, 2:30 p.m. ET, FS1, MRN).

Opinion: Bristol Night Race win says much about SHR, Kurt Busch

If I told you a Busch won Saturday’s annual Bass Pro Night Race at Bristol Motor Speedway you’d probably guess it was Kyle.

The Bristol Night Race turns 40

Forty years ago this month, the track billed as both the Last Great Colosseum and the World’s Fastest Half-Mile held its first race under the lights.

Throwback scheme revealed for Bill Elliott's NASCAR return

The Bill Elliott Comeback Tour is slated for only one stop, Road America in Elkhart Lake, Wis., and that’s just fine with NASCAR Hall of Fame driver and 1988 NASCAR premier series champion.

BK Racing bid could put GMS on Cup fast track

Mike Beam, president of GMS Racing, was in court Tuesday morning, hours before he helped the NASCAR organization unveil two new paint schemes at the Hall of Fame.

Christopher Bell is chasing history at Watkins Glen

Christopher Bell is going for a record-tying fourth consecutive NASCAR Xfinity Series win this weekend and folks are itching to know how soon the Joe Gibbs Racing driver will see his name over the door of a Monster Energy Cup Series car.

Harvick: I'm just racing for playoff bonus points now

Kevin Harvick and his team have been making playoff plans ever since the Stewart-Haas Racing team won for the first time in 2018, beating Kyle Busch at Las Vegas Motor Speedway in March.

Will Erik Jones' breakthrough win lead to more success this year?

Erik Jones scored his first win Saturday night in the Coke Zero Sugar 400 at Daytona International Speedway and the 22-year-old might have a few more visits to victory lane before the 2018 season is in the books.

Roger Penske: "I know our cars are getting better"

With 10 races remaining in the Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series regular season, Team Penske is looking to put all three of its cars in the championship-determining, 10-race playoff.

The ‘elaborate process’ of getting Ford’s Cup Mustang approved Prime

The ‘elaborate process’ of getting Ford’s Cup Mustang approved

Drawings, submissions, scale models, CAD files, windtunnel tests – when it comes to changing car models in NASCAR, the process doesn’t happen in a hurry.

Chase Elliott content with top-five at "one of my worst" tracks

Chase Elliott likely wasn’t dreaming of a win when arrived in Sonoma for Sunday’s Toyota/Save Mart 350 Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series race.

Kevin Harvick loses out on strategy at Sonoma

Kevin Harvick and his Stewart-Haas Racing team played their strategy perfectly during Sunday’s Toyota/Save Mart 350 at Sonoma (Calif.) Raceway.

Larson, others see unique opportunity at Sonoma

Several drivers look at Sonoma Raceway as a unique opportunity to outshine this year's dominant drivers and snatch a victory for themselves.

Kyle Larson earns Sonoma pole over Martin Truex Jr.

For the second consecutive year, Kyle Larson will start on the pole for the Toyota/Save Mart 350 at Sonoma Raceway.

NASCAR offers no comment to reports of possible sale of series

NASCAR’s ownership group is exploring options that include the sale of the sanctioning body, according to a report from the Reuters news agency.