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A lot has changed in NASCAR in the 17 years since Kevin Harvick won his first career Cup race in 2001 at Atlanta Motor Speedway.
Reigning NASCAR Pinty’s Series champion shows strong Daytona run was no fluke as he scores top-20 finish in first race at challenging Atlanta Motor Speedway.
Chase Elliott couldn’t hide his disappointment following Sunday's Folds of Honor QuikTrip 500.
NASCAR officials will review the incidents with pit gun malfunctions during Sunday’s Monster Energy Cup Series race at Atlanta.
There were no glaring issues with NASCAR’s new pit guns or procedures in the season-opening Daytona 500 but Sunday was a different story.
The buzz surrounding the 2018 Monster Energy Cup Series has centered on NASCAR’s next generation.
Clint Bowyer remains without his first victory with Stewart-Haas Racing but he may have found something just as valuable in Sunday’s race – consistently fast speed.
Michael McDowell can’t believe what a difference a year makes.
When the New Year started, Hattori Racing wasn’t sure who would be driving the No. 16 AISIN Toyota Tundra.
Kevin Harvick dominated the Rinnai 250 at Atlanta Motor Speedway on Saturday.
The NASCAR Camping World Truck Series returns to action Saturday at Atlanta Motor Speedway, the second race of the 2018 season.
Saturday’s NASCAR Xfinity Series race at Atlanta Motor Speedway is the second of the 2018 season but there will be several new faces.
John Hunter Nemechek had never run a lap in an Xfinity Series car until Friday.
Furniture Row Racing tested NASCAR’s tolerances on Friday—and failed.
Ricky Stenhouse Jr. stopped the Bow-Tie Brigade at Atlanta Motor Speedway on Friday.
Reigning NASCAR Cup champion Martin Truex Jr. says this weekend’s Atlanta race will help determine how competitive he will be in 2018.
Japanese driver Akinori Ogata will compete in the Atlanta NASCAR Camping World Truck Series race for the second consecutive season.
After a post-race review, Kevin Harvick discovered that the late-race pit road speeding penalty that cost him a win last week at Atlanta could have come at any time during the race.
After a rough start to the 2017 Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series season in Daytona, Erik Jones was ready to get “settled in” for the rest of the season.
Team owner Roger Penske believes the addition of Stewart-Haas Racing to the Ford camp this season has made the manufacturer’s NASCAR contingent stronger, including his own organization.
Matt Kenseth had plenty of speed in Sunday’s race at Atlanta Motor Speedway, but he showed it in the wrong places.
Kasey Kahne wasn’t a player in the Folds of Honor QuikTrip 500 until the closing laps at Atlanta Motor Speedway.
Kevin Harvick feels a little “snake bitten” at Atlanta Motor Speedway of late. Who can blame him?
Kevin Harvick was the class of the field at Atlanta Motor Speedway — but a late race speeding penalty provided Brad Keselowski with the break he needed to win the race.
Saturday’s Xfinity Series winner Kyle Busch failed post-race inspection and his Joe Gibbs Racing No. 18 Toyota team could face penalties for an “encumbered finish.”
Christopher Bell became the first driver to sweep all three stages of a NASCAR race.
Georgia native Chase Elliott set the pace in Happy Hour at Atlanta Motor Speedway on Saturday with a lap of 188.015mph.
Starting 12th in Sunday’s Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series race may not sound exciting, but Dale Earnhardt Jr. believed he “overachieved.”
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.
NASCAR writers Lee Spencer, Jim Utter, News Manager Nick DeGroot along with NASCAR PR Manager Tim Southers will tackle questions each week. This week we're getting ready for the tripleheader at Atlanta Motor Speedway.
Coming off of Turn 2 with the race lead, Matt Crafton was just about ready to give himself the NextEra Energy Resources 250 trophy last Friday night.
Chase Elliott began his first season in the Sprint Cup Series winning the pole for the Daytona 500 but wrecking out early in the race. This weekend was just as tough, but Elliott was rewarded this time with a strong finish.
Team owner Rick Hendrick never thought he’d see the day when one of his drivers earn 76 victories — let alone two.
Matt Kenseth appeared to have a car capable of contending for the win Sunday but was oblivious to a controversy over a NASCAR penalty on a pit stop and ended up getting black-flagged.
At a track where Dale Earnhardt won nine times, Jimmie Johnson picked up his fifth win at Atlanta Motor Speedway and his 76th career Sprint Cup victory to tie the seven-time champion for seventh on the all-time win list.
This time, John Hunter Nemechek got to celebrate his victory in the NASCAR Camping World Truck Series.
There isn’t much Kyle Busch hasn’t accomplished in the NASCAR Xfinity Series, but he was able to check another item off that very short list on Saturday.
One day after Denny Hamlin nearly lost control of the No. 11 Fed Ex Toyota at Atlanta Motor Speedway in first practice, he recovered with the fastest lap in Happy Hour — 172.640 mph (29.419-sec.).
Kyle Busch's crew chief Adam Stevens explains why the pole-winning Sprint Cup car failed post-session tech in Atlanta.
The Busch brothers — both absent from Atlanta Motor Speedway last season — battled for the pole with the current Sprint Cup champ edging his elder sibling by just 0.013-second.
The NASCAR Sprint Cup Series introduced today its lower downforce 2016 aerodynamics package for the Sprint Cup cars.
Ty Dillon is honored to fill in for the injured Tony Stewart but he also plans to make the most of the opportunity this weekend to drive Stewart-Haas Racing’s No. 14 Chevrolet.