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Panasonic Toughbook Continues Partnership With Hendrick Motorsports

On Tuesday, Hendrick Motorsports announced that Panasonic Toughbook will continue their partnership with the team in 2016, but will shift over to Kasey Kahne‘s team following the retirement of Jeff Gordon (Note: Gordon’s car with the Toughbook colors from last year is pictured above). Show More Summary

Menards Continues XFINITY Series Partnership With RCR

On Tuesday, Richard Childress Racing announced that Menards will continue its relationship with the team in the NASCAR XFINITY Series throughout 2016. NASCAR fans will see the well-known home improvement store on the side of the No. 2 Chevrolet driven by Paul Menard and the No. Show More Summary

NASCAR Announces Eligible Drivers for Sprint Unlimited

On Monday, NASCAR announced the eligibility criteria for this year’s Sprint Unlimited, scheduled for Feb. 13.  While winning a pole during the previous season will get you into the race, it’s not the only way into the 75-lap show.  Regardless of circumstances, 25 cars will start the 187.5-mile race. Show More Summary

2015 Reviews: Joe Gibbs Racing

Welcome to our 2015 reviews. Instead of going driver-by-driver we're going to review teams this year. We're starting from the bottom of the standings and working our way up. Only three more to go. Driver (standings in parenthesis): Kyle...Show More Summary

Here's the field for the 2016 Sprint Unlimited

NASCAR revealed the 2016 Sprint Unlimited field on Monday. Drivers eligible for the pre-Daytona 500 exhibition race run on Saturday, Feb. 13 are 2015 pole winners, all 2015 Chase drivers, former Daytona 500 pole winners and drivers who...Show More Summary

Brian Scott will drive No. 44 in 2016

The No. 9 is now the No. 44. Richard Petty Motorsports announced Monday that Brian Scott would drive the No. 44 for the team. The car was the No. 9 car in 2015 with Sam Hornish Jr. at the wheel. “After the 2015 season, we had an opportunity to make some changes and get the No. Show More Summary

Ford unveils new Sprint Cup Series car nose

The Ford cars will look a bit different in 2016. To match the production car nose, the Sprint Cup Series cars will have a different-looking nose for the upcoming season. Here's what it'll look like. “There’s no mistaking we’re here to win races and championships,” said Dave Pericak, global director, Ford Performance. Show More Summary

IMSA Holds Annual Roar Before the 24 Open Test

On Sunday, IMSA wrapped up the Roar Before the 24, a three-day open test at Daytona International Speedway for teams in both the WeatherTech SportsCar Championship and the Continental Tire SportsCar Challenge.  While 54 cars were officially...Show More Summary

2015 Reviews: Stewart-Haas Racing

Welcome to our 2015 reviews. Instead of going driver-by-driver we're going to review teams this year. We're starting from the bottom of the standings and working our way up. Only three more to go. Driver (standings in parenthesis): Kevin...Show More Summary

2015 Reviews: Hendrick Motorsports

Welcome to our 2015 reviews. Instead of going driver-by-driver we're going to review teams this year. We're starting from the bottom of the standings and working our way up. Only three more to go. Driver (standings in parenthesis): Jeff Gordon (3rd), Jimmie Johnson (10th), Dale Earnhardt Jr. Show More Summary

2015 Reviews: Furniture Row Racing

Welcome to our 2015 reviews. Instead of going driver-by-driver we're going to review teams this year. We're starting from the bottom of the standings and working our way up. The last of the single-car teams is up next. Driver (standings in parenthesis): Martin Truex Jr. Show More Summary

Eyes on XFINITY: A Chase Format in the XFINITY Series? Huh?

Rumor has it, the folks at NASCAR are contemplating changes for the NASCAR XFINITY Series. Let’s face it, can you blame the sanctioning body? After another long year with countless headlines featuring Sprint Cup Series drivers leading...Show More Summary

2015 Reviews: Team Penske

Welcome to our 2015 reviews. Instead of going driver-by-driver we're going to review teams this year. We're starting from the bottom of the standings and working our way up. Team Penske time. Drivers (standings in parenthesis): Joey Logano (6th), Brad Keselowski (7th) Highlights: Logano led the Sprint Cup Series in wins with sixth. Show More Summary

Beyond the Cockpit: Austin Theriault on His Path to Recovery

A thundering pound, a stream of lambent sparks and an aftermath littered with torn sheet metal and silent air. Like a tropical storm, Austin Theriault’s grinding crash at Las Vegas Motor Speedway in October had no shortage of drama, intensity or concern as his No. Show More Summary

Kentucky Speedway Announces Track Improvements

Kentucky Speedway will have a different look when the stars of NASCAR hit the track in July. The track will undergo numerous changes that include a repave and additional SAFER barrier around the 1.5-mile facility. Each of these changes are expected to be completed before their annual triple header race weekend in July. Show More Summary

Kentucky Speedway to repave surface before next Cup race

Another old surface bites the dust. Kentucky Speedway said Tuesday it was repaving the track. The new pavement will be in place before the speedway's July Sprint Cup Series race date and more SAFER barriers will be installed at the track. As...Show More Summary

Darian Grubb named vehicle production director at Hendrick

Former Joe Gibbs Racing and Stewart-Haas Racing crew chief Darian Grubb is returning to Hendrick Motorsports. The team announced Monday that Grubb would be the team's vehicle production director. He will oversee the team's car manufacturing. “We’re...Show More Summary

Tech Talk: Horsepower, Digital Dashboards and Vacation Time with Jason Ratcliff

The checkered flag has flown on the 2015 season. Teams are having final competition meetings of the year and laying out their plans for the 2016 season. A couple handfuls of teams are getting ready for a few days in Vegas while others...Show More Summary

New Year’s Resolutions: The Top Improvements Needed for 2016

After what could be best described as an eventful 2015, a new year is finally upon us. Gone are season reviews and days spent dwelling on the previous season. It’s time to move on, put in the work and prepare for the events to come in 2016. Show More Summary

2015 Reviews: Richard Childress Racing

Welcome to our 2015 reviews. Instead of going driver-by-driver we're going to review teams this year. We're starting from the bottom of the standings and working our way up. Let's poke some holes in RCR's season. Or something. Drivers...Show More Summary

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