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Playoff watch: The chase tightens with two races to go

Your browser does not support iframes. Chase Elliott’s misfortune and Matt Kenseth’s excellence means only 18 points separate the three drivers provisionally in the Cup Series playoff field with two races to go in the regular season....Show More Summary

Kyle Busch wins at Bristol, completes 3-race sweep for a second time

Your browser does not support iframes. Kyle Busch has won all three August races at Bristol for a second time in eight years. Busch passed future teammate Erik Jones for the race lead with 55 laps to go and deftly navigated lapped traffic...Show More Summary

Matt Kenseth doesn't have 2018 plans, says he's not worried

Free agent-to-be Matt Kenseth said Friday he still doesn’t have anything lined up for next year. And he’s not fretting about it. Kenseth, 45, is leaving Joe Gibbs Racing at the end of the season. The team will put Erik Jones in the No. Show More Summary

Erik Jones gets first career pole, will start first at Bristol

Jones needs a win to make NASCAR’s playoffs. (Getty) Erik Jones needs a win over the next three races to make NASCAR’s playoffs. He’s got a good starting spot Saturday night. Jones qualified first Friday for Saturday night’s race at Bristol. Show More Summary

Chris Buescher staying with JTG Daugherty Racing

Chris Buescher won the 2015 Xfinity Series title for Roush Fenway Racing. (Getty Images) Chris Buescher isn’t going back to Roush Fenway Racing anytime soon. JTG Daugherty Racing announced Friday that Buescher had signed a multi-year extension with the team. Show More Summary

Brad Keselowski ending operations of Truck Series team after 2017

Austin Cindric, driver of the #19 LTi Printing Ford, and Chase Briscoe, driver of the #29 Cooper Standard Ford, lead a pack of trucks at Kentucky Speedway on July 6, 2017 in Sparta, Kentucky. (Getty Images) 2017 will be the final season for Brad Keselowski’s Truck Series team. Show More Summary

Darlington naming Turn 3 grandstands for Earnhardts

(Getty Images) The Turn 3 grandstands at Darlington Raceway will soon bear the Earnhardt name. The track said Thursday it was renaming the grandstands as the “Earnhardt Towers” to honor both Dale Earnhardt and Dale Earnhardt Jr. In a release, the track said the grandstands will also feature graphics from the father and son’s NASCAR careers. Show More Summary

NASCAR Power Rankings: Did Larson slither past Truex at the top?

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 and we’ll try to have some fun. Show More Summary

Quick takeaways from Michigan: Kenseth's caution helped Larson's win

(Getty Images) Consider our Takeaways feature to be the home of our random and sometimes intelligent musings. Sometimes the post may have a theme. Sometimes it may just be a mess of unrelated thoughts. Make sure you tweet us your thoughts after the race or email your post-race rants via the link in the signature line below. Show More Summary

Kyle Larson's restart power move gives him third-straight Michigan win

Your browser does not support iframes. Kyle Larson stole a victory away from Martin Truex Jr. at Michigan with an aggressive restart move heading into turn 1. Larson restarted fourth behind Truex and Truex’s teammate Erik Jones. As Truex...Show More Summary

Kyle Busch: Brad Keselowski is a 'moron'

The Cup Series is going to be quite fascinating if Kyle Busch and Brad Keselowski continue to be two of the top contenders for the championship. Busch called Keselowski a “moron” on Saturday after Keselowski suggested the Toyota teams were sandbagging a bit at Michigan. Show More Summary

Brad Keselowski and Joey Logano give Penske a sweep of Michigan front row

Keselowski hasn’t won a Cup Series race at his home track. (Getty) A Team Penske car is starting on the pole at Michigan for the second-straight August race. Brad Keselowski will start first in Sunday’s race at his home state track. Alongside him will be Joey Logano, who started first at Michigan in August a year ago. Show More Summary

Harvick unsure 'anybody in the garage' agreed with Junior's assessment of driver market

Kevin Harvick used to drive for Dale Earnhardt Jr.’s Xfinity Series team. (Getty) Kevin Harvick said he was just giving his opinion when he talked about the connection between Dale Earnhardt Jr.’s popularity and NASCAR’s. Harvick told...Show More Summary

Clint Bowyer says it's a 'major problem' if NASCAR is reliant on one person

Clint Bowyer is currently the first driver outside the playoffs. (Getty) Clint Bowyer doesn’t see NASCAR tied to Dale Earnhardt Jr. Bowyer made it clear Friday that he doesn’t believe NASCAR is the product of just one driver when he was asked about fan interaction changing in the wake of Junior’s retirement at the end of the season. Show More Summary

Dale Earnhardt Jr.: Kevin Harvick's comments 'hurtful'

Harvick (R) drove for JR Motorsports in NASCAR’s lower series before Stewart-Haas Racing moved to Ford. (Getty) Dale Earnhardt Jr. said Thursday that he found Kevin Harvick’s theory about Junior’s popularity and NASCAR’s success “hurtful.” Harvick wondered on his SiriusXM show Tuesday if NASCAR had been “stunted” by Junior’s lack of success. Show More Summary

Chevrolet to run the Camaro in the Cup Series in 2018

Here’s what the new Chevy Cup car will look like in 2018. (Chevrolet) The Chevrolet Camaro is moving on up from the Xfinity Series. Chevy revealed Thursday that the Camaro would be the car model of choice for the Cup Series in 2018.Show More Summary

Is Harvick right when he says Earnhardt Jr.'s lack of success has stunted NASCAR?

Is Kevin Harvick on to something with his idea that NASCAR has been stunted by the lack of superstar-level success from the sport’s most popular driver? Harvick mused about Dale Earnhardt Jr.’s ties to NASCAR’s popularity during his SiriusXM show Tuesday night. Show More Summary

NASCAR Power Rankings: Truex goes to the top spot

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 and we’ll try to have some fun. Show More Summary

Report: William Byron 'expected' to replace Kasey Kahne in 2018

Byron won seven Camping World Truck Series races in 2016. (Getty) Hendrick Motorsports is reportedly staying in-house for another 2018 Cup Series opening. According to Sports Business Journal, William Byron is expected to be the next driver of the No. Show More Summary

Kasey Kahne's Hendrick tenure is over after 2017

Kasey Kahne is 19th in the standings. (Getty) As it turns out, a win at the Brickyard 400 and subsequent playoff berth didn’t have any impact on Kasey Kahne’s future at Hendrick Motorsports. HMS announced Monday that Kahne won’t be returning to the No. Show More Summary

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