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Is Chris Buescher starting over or picking up where he left off at Roush Fenway Racing this season?
General Motors announced Thursday it will build a new 75,000-square-foot technical center in the Charlotte area to enhance the performance of its Chevrolet NASCAR and other GM racing teams.
It wasn’t quite the moment when stock cars first took to the track at Indianapolis Motor Speedway, but Wednesday’s Xfinity Series test on the IMS road course still raised eyebrows.
Kevin Harvick enjoyed his first opportunity to drive a NASCAR modified car and said he wouldn’t go through the process if he didn’t want to one day run a race.
Daniel Suarez will be able to continue his career in the NASCAR Cup Series.
Much work remains on NASCAR’s Next Generation car but following his first test in the car, Erik Jones can already see significant changes.
NASCAR’s so-called ‘Next Gen’ prototype chassis hit the track once again this week at Homestead-Miami Speedway, with Toyota driver Erik Jones in the driving seat for a two-day test.
NASCAR on Tuesday unveiled changes to its aero rules for short tracks and road courses in an effort to improve the quality of competition.
Justin Haley will have the opportunity to win his second consecutive NASCAR Cup Series race at Daytona International Speedway.
Kevin Harvick will test a NASCAR modified car at Martinsville (Va.) Speedway later this month, Motorsport.com has learned.
Kyle Larson hasn’t driven the updated Chevrolet Camaro ZL1 1LE in the NASCAR Cup Series yet but he got an up-close look at it on Thursday.
Ross Chastain’s future with Chip Ganassi Racing will finally start to come to fruition this season.
Veteran engineer Ryan Sparks will take over as crew chief for NASCAR Cup Series driver Corey LaJoie this season.
Bubba Wallace is getting a new crew chief in the NASCAR Cup Series this season but it’s one with whom he has plenty of experience.
Team Penske has decided to swap around its crew chief roster for the 2020 NASCAR Cup Series season.
Motorsport.com's countdown of the biggest stories in racing in 2019 continues with another that did not take place on the race track – the horrific plane crash involving former NASCAR driver-turned-analyst Dale Earnhardt Jr. and his family.
Motorsport.com continues its annual countdown of the biggest stories in racing with the future of NASCAR depending on the success of the Next Gen (aka Gen-7) car.
Kicking off the Top 10 of our countdown of the biggest stories in motorsport is seven-time NASCAR Cup Series champion Jimmie Johnson’s decision to make the 2020 season his last as a fulltime competitor.
First published in Autosport magazine in its "Race of my Life" series, this is the account of the 1960 Daytona 500 that the legendary Robert Glenn Johnson Jr kindly gave to me when I met him in 2010. He was Grand Marshal for the 500 that year, and his car took a ceremonial lap ahead of the race (pictured). Rest in peace, Junior.
NASCAR fans have gotten brief glimpses at the latest iteration of race car which will be used in the Cup Series in 2021 but much work remains and the car is only one component of the changes to come.
Felix Sabates has decided to bring his more than 30-year career as an owner in motorsports to an end next season.
John Hunter Nemechek will move fulltime to the NASCAR Cup Series in 2020, joining veteran Michael McDowell at Front Row Motorsports.