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Fans injured at Volusia Speedway when sprint car flips over fence (Video)

Three fans were taken to the hospital Sunday night after a sprint car flipped over a fence on the exit of turn 2 at Volusia Speedway Park near Daytona Beach in De Leon Springs, Florida. The incident happened during a World of Outlaws session. Show More Summary

Are Team Penske's Joey Logano and Brad Keselowski the early Daytona 500 favorites?

DAYTONA BEACH, Florida — Teams haven’t done anything other than qualifying runs with their Daytona 500 cars and yet it may be easy find a couple of favorites for Sunday’s race. “I would definitely point towards to the Fords and Penske,” Kevin Harvick said. Show More Summary

Danica Patrick believes she's suffered multiple concussions in her racing career

DAYTONA BEACH, Florida — Danica Patrick said she could relate to Dale Earnhardt Jr. when he said he’d suffered numerous concussions throughout his time as a driver. “I’ve had concussions,” Patrick said. “Every time you crash you have a concussion on a varying degree, I’m sure. Show More Summary

Bold idea: NASCAR should have made the first stages of races shorter

The stage lengths for the Daytona 500 are 60, 60 and 80 laps. When NASCAR released the lengths of stages for all of its Cup Series races last week, it was clear the lengths of the first two segments were designed to avoid fuel mileage racing within the segments. Show More Summary

Bold idea: NASCAR should have made the first stages of races shorter

When NASCAR released the lengths of stages for all of its Cup Series races last week, it was clear the lengths of the first two segments were designed to avoid fuel mileage racing within the segments. It’s not the most thrilling of visuals...Show More Summary

If Dale Earnhardt Jr. wins a Cup Series title, he's retiring at the banquet

Dale Earnhardt Jr. isn’t putting a date on any retirement plans. Though a Cup Series championship could hasten his departure from the driver’s seat. In a wide-ranging interview on the Dan Patrick Show Tuesday, the 42-year-old Earnhardt Jr. Show More Summary

If Dale Earnhardt Jr. wins a Cup Series title, he's retiring at the banquet

Dale Earnhardt Jr. will start on the front row for Sunday’s Daytona 500. (Getty) Dale Earnhardt Jr. isn’t putting a date on any retirement plans. Though a Cup Series championship could hasten his departure from the driver’s seat. In a wide-ranging interview on the Dan Patrick Show Tuesday, the 42-year-old Earnhardt Jr. Show More Summary

People injured at Volusia Speedway when sprint car flips over fence (Video)

UPDATE: 2 p.m. ET Per a statement from DirtCar Nationals, one of the injured people was Justin Allgaier’s sprint car crew chief Kelly Kovski. Kovski is listed in stable condition at Halifax Health and Allgaier will not compete in any DirtCar Nationals events the rest of the season. Show More Summary

Chase Elliott and Dale Earnhardt Jr. to start on front row for Daytona 500

It’s the third-straight year the No. 24 car has qualified first for the 500. (Getty) Chase Elliott is a repeat Daytona 500 pole winner. And he’ll be joined on the front row for the Feb. 26 race by his teammate Dale Earnhardt Jr. Right after Earnhardt Jr. Show More Summary

Takeaways from the Clash: Concussion testing isn't really mandatory

Welcome to the 2017 season and welcome back to our post-race takeaways column. Per usual, we’ll have some random thoughts to espouse after Cup Series races and this column will be the landing spot for them. Let’s go through what we learned during Sunday’s Clash. Show More Summary

Joey Logano wins Clash as Hamlin and Keselowski make contact on final lap

Your browser does not support iframes. Joey Logano benefited from contact between Denny Hamlin and Brad Keselowski on the final lap to go from third to first and win the Advance Auto Parts Clash exhibition race at Daytona. Logano and...Show More Summary

Preseason exhibition Clash race postponed to Sunday

Alex Bowman will drive the No. 88 in the Clash for Dale Earnhardt Jr. (Getty) The unofficial first race of the 2017 Cup Series season has been delayed. Rain forced the postponement of Saturday night’s Advance Auto Parts Clash to Sunday. Show More Summary

2017 Preview: Jimmie Johnson leads our projected final four of drivers

Your browser does not support iframes. You could probably figure out from the rest of our countdown as to who the top four drivers would be in our 2017 projections. Now it’s time to list those drivers in a projected order. And there’s a gr-eight chance the defending champion is No. Show More Summary

Nature's Bakery says it won't be bullied by Stewart-Haas, plans to file counterclaims to suit

Nature’s Bakery said Stewart-Haas Racing’s lawsuit against the snack company is a threat of “scorched earth litigation” and that it plans to defend itself from the race team in counterclaims. SHR filed a suit against Nature’s BakeryShow More Summary

All drivers who crash out of NASCAR races must take immediate concussion exam

Dale Earnhardt Jr. missed 18 races in 2016 after a concussion. (Getty) NASCAR will administer on-site concussion tests for all drivers who are no longer able to compete in a race because of crash damage. The sanctioning body announced...Show More Summary

Kurt Busch's former agent sues for over $1 million in alleged nonpayments

Busch made it to the third round of the Chase — now playoffs — in 2016. (Getty) A former agent for Kurt Busch believes the driver owes $1.4 million in payments. In a suit was filed this month, per USA Today and MLive.com, by Sports Management Network. Show More Summary

Nature's Bakery says it won't be bullied by Stewart-Haas, plans to file counterclaims to suit

You’ll notice there’s no Nature’s Bakery logo on Patrick’s firesuit. (Getty) Nature’s Bakery said Stewart-Haas Racing’s lawsuit against the snack company is a threat of “scorched earth litigation” and that it plans to defend itself from the race team in counterclaims. Show More Summary

2017 preview: Drivers Nos. 5-8 in our projected standings

Your browser does not support iframes. Welcome to part three of our preview series. After checking out these four drivers, it’s pretty obvious who our final four is going to be, right? We’ll reveal our projected champion Friday. Matt Kenseth is the only active driver without a non-Chase title. Show More Summary

Here are the stage lengths for every Cup Series race in 2017

NASCAR races will be divided up into three segments in 2017. (Getty) We now know the length of the three stages for all of NASCAR’s races in 2017. As part of new rules implemented for the season, every race is broken up into three pieces. Show More Summary

2017 Preview: Drivers Nos. 9-12 in our projected standings

Kyle Larson got his first career win in 2016. (Getty) Welcome to part three of our NASCAR preview series. After guessing who we think misses the playoffs, we looked at who we think will finish in the bottom four of the playoffs Tuesday. Show More Summary

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