A grand jury in New York decided not to bring charges against NASCAR driver Tony Stewart for his involvement in the death of 20-year-old driver Kevin Ward Jr. during a dirt track race in August.
Keep up with all the action from Monday’s NASCAR race at Texas.
Dale Earnhardt Jr. had gone winless four of the last five years, but No. 88 captured the Daytona 500 on Sunday after a long rain delay.
The Formula One champion is in critical condition and in a coma following a skiing accident Sunday.
NBC, NBC Sports Network to share 20 Sprint Cup races.
Joey Logano has a win but it doesn’t count for NASCAR’s playoffs. (Getty) For the purposes of reality, Joey Logano has a race win in 2017. He drove away from teammate Brad Keselowski after a late restart at Richmond and took the checkered flag. Show More Summary
Jimmie Johnson’s contract extension with Hendrick Motorsports is official. The team announced the seven-time champion had signed a three-year contract extension through the 2020 season. Johnson’s current deal was set to expire at the end of 2017. Show More Summary
Follow along with our coverage of the 57th running of the Daytona 500.
Cody Ware has failed to finish in each of his three starts in 2017. (Getty) Cody Ware has parked his No. 51 car early in the last two Cup Series races. He said he did that because of back issues. Ware posted about the back problems to his Facebook page because “leaks” were happening he said he decided to say something. Show More Summary
Ryan Blaney got the 99th win for the Wood Brothers. (Getty) Welcome to Power Rankings. As always, Power Rankings are far from a scientific formula. In fact, it’s the perfect blend of analytics and bias against your favorite driver. Direct all your complaints to us at firstname.lastname@example.org and we’ll try to have some fun. Show More Summary
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Jamie McMurray’s scorched car in the garage. (Getty) Jimmie Johnson and Jamie McMurray both crashed after having brake problems entering turn 1 within seconds of each other on lap 96 Sunday at Pocono. Johnson was ahead of McMurray and suffered a massive brake failure as he dove into the corner at over 200 MPH. Show More Summary
(Getty Images) Ryan Blaney avoided Kyle Busch’s persistent blocking and kept Kevin Harvick at bay over the final few laps to win the first Cup race of his career Sunday at Pocono. Busch, the race leader at the time, stayed out on the race’s final caution flag while most everyone else — including Blaney — headed to pit road for fresh tires. Show More Summary
Dale Earnhardt Jr. finished 38th on Sunday. (Getty) Dale Earnhardt Jr.’s relationship with the shifter in his car isn’t a very good one at the moment. Friday, Earnhardt Jr. blew the engine in his No. 88 car after he accidentally shifted into second gear instead of fourth gear. Show More Summary
Danica Patrick is 31st in the points standings. (Getty) Danica Patrick had a discussion with some fans at Pocono who booed her as she was walking back from pit road at Pocono on Friday. A man appeared to walk into a pass-through to get Patrick’s autograph as she walked from pit road to the garage. Show More Summary
Who won? Christopher Bell (4) or Chase Briscoe? (FS1) Did Chase Briscoe win Friday night’s Camping World Truck Series race at Texas Motor Speedway? Or did NASCAR make the right call in awarding Christopher Bell the victory? The two drivers...Show More Summary
Kyle Busch started first last week at Dover. (Getty) Kyle Busch scored his second-straight pole award Friday. And he’s hoping Sunday’s race at Pocono goes a little better than last week’s race at Dover. Busch posted the fastest lap of the third round of qualifying Friday afternoon. Show More Summary
Kurt Busch is 16th in the points standings despite winning the Daytona 500. (Getty) Kurt Busch’s 2017 got off to a raucous start with a last-lap pass for the win in the Daytona 500. The races after that weren’t nearly as good. AfterShow More Summary
NASCAR isn’t taking intent into consideration when it comes to penalizing Kyle Busch’s team for a wheel falling off at Dover on Sunday. The sanctioning body announced Wednesday that Busch’s crew chief Adam Stevens, tire carrier Kenneth Barber and tire changer Jacob Seminara had been suspended four races. Show More Summary
Wendell Scott is the only black driver to win a race in NASCAR’s Cup Series. Sunday, Darrell Wallace Jr. will become the first black driver to compete in a Cup race since Bill Lester drove in two races in 2006. While Wallace, who has...Show More Summary