Dover II (2015)
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Crew chief Cole Pearn is on probation after the No. 78 team bends the rules -- and a wheel well -- before Sunday's AAA 400.
Despite suggestions by other Sprint Cup teams to the contrary, Kevin Harvick’s race-winning No. 4 Chevrolet passed technical inspection on Tuesday at the NASCAR R&D Center.
Non-Chasers show up in the playoffs at the Monster Mile, while contenders take different approaches to Sunday's setbacks.
The Sprint Cup seasons of Jamie McMurray and Dale Earnhardt Jr. hinged on a single point.
Once again, it’s over at Dover for Jimmie Johnson.
Kyle Busch came into Dover on the wrong side of the cut line, but he got up on the wheel and avoided elimination Sunday.
Kevin Harvick has flirted with Victory Lane for the last three weeks in the Chase, but needed to make it happen Sunday in order to stay alive in the Chase.
Jimmie Johnson’s 500th career Sprint Cup start wasn’t what he expected it to be.
Martin Truex Jr. has been sent to the rear of the field prior to the start of Sunday's race at Dover after NASCAR noticed something they did not like.
After posting just his third top-five finish of the season last weekend at New Hampshire Motor Speedway, Greg Biffle is expected to run this weekend at Dover International Speedway sans his crew chief Matt Puccia.
Due to inclement weather, all on-track activity has been canceled at Dover today.
Despite a disappointing start to the Chase, Kevin Harvick and the No. 4 Stewart-Haas Racing team refuse to change their approach to the playoffs.