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Clint Bowyer: 'Something just didn't feel right' after 2014 Daytona DNF

Clint Bowyer's 2014 Speedweeks was memorable. However, it was not successful. During his Gatorade Duel qualifying race for the Daytona 500, Bowyer's car went flipping at the end of the race. Though he drove it to the finish line, his car was a bit beat up and his starting spot in the Daytona 500 suffered. In the 500, Bowyer's car quit. Show More Summary

How the final seasons of Jeff Gordon's career compare to other NASCAR greats

As Jeff Gordon prepares for his final full-time Sprint Cup Series season in 2015, he's got the chance to be an outlier among NASCAR's greats. If he wins the 2015 title, Gordon, 44 at the end of the season, has the opportunity to endShow More Summary

Brendan Gaughan to drive No. 62 starting at Atlanta

Brendan Gaughan will be the primary driver for the No. 62 Premium Motorsports car in 2015. The team announced that Gaughan would take over as driver at Atlanta, the second race of the season. The No. 62 will be driven by Brian Scott in the Daytona 500. Show More Summary

David Gilliland won't run Sprint Unlimited, Ricky Stenhouse Jr. is in

The Sprint Unlimited field is set and David Gilliland isn't a part of it. Gilliland was eligible for the event because of his pole win at Daytona in July of 2014. However, the team told NBC Sports that it didn't have sponsorship for the event and is therefore not participating. Show More Summary

Jeb Burton to drive for BK Racing in 2015

Jeb Burton has a Sprint Cup Series ride. The 22-year-old son of Ward Burton will drive the No. 26 for BK Racing in 2015. "We are very lucky to have a great, young talented driver like Jeb Burton in one of our NASCAR Sprint Cup cars," BK Racing co-owner Anthony Marlowe told Motorsport.com. Show More Summary

Attorney for Kurt Busch's ex: Busch 'has a domestic violence problem'

After an attorney for Kurt Busch accused his ex-girlfriend of perjury, you knew that Patricia Driscoll's attorney would level a similarly charged allegation against Busch. In closing arguments in a hearing regarding a request for a no-contact...Show More Summary

Kurt Busch's lawyers accuse Patricia Driscoll of perjury

Kurt Busch's lawyers aren't mincing words in their final statements in the hearing for Patricia Driscoll's request for a no-contact order against the Sprint Cup Series driver. Driscoll is requesting the order after accusing Busch of assault in his motorhome in September. Show More Summary

Fan sues Charlotte and Fox Sports after 2013 cable cam incident

A fan who was in attendance at the 2013 Coca-Cola 600 is suing Charlotte Motor Speedway and Fox after a cable holding the camera mounted above the track broke. When the drive cable snapped, the cable landed in the grandstands and was hit by cars on the track, including Kyle Busch's. Show More Summary

Fan sues Charlotte and Fox Sports after cable cam incident in 2013

A fan who was in attendance at the 2013 Coca-Cola 600 is suing Charlotte Motor Speedway and Fox after a cable holding the camera mounted above the track broke. When the drive cable snapped, the cable landed in the grandstands and was hit by cars on the track, including Kyle Busch's. Show More Summary

AJ Allmendinger won't run Sprint Unlimited

The Sprint Unlimited is going to be missing a Chase driver. JTG-Daugherty won't field a car for AJ Allmendinger in the season-opening exhibition race on February 14. The reason? The dreaded s-word. “It was nowhere on our radar until they changed the rules on it,’’ JTG-Daugherty co-owner Tad Geschickter told NBC Sports. Show More Summary

Media Tour Day 4: Gordon doesn't want to be distracted by commemorations

When he announced his intentions to step away from the No. 24 car at the end of 2015, Jeff Gordon mentioned that he didn't want the entire season to become a retirement tour. Heck, Gordon has even refrained from calling his departure...Show More Summary

Tony Stewart is now the owner of a sprint car series

Tony Stewart may not be in a sprint car for a long time, but the three-time Sprint Cup champion now has his own sprint car series. The All Star Circuit of Champions Sprint Car Series announced Wednesday that Stewart had purchased the...Show More Summary

Chase Elliott to take over for Jeff Gordon in No. 24 car in 2016

Unsurprisingly, Chase Elliott is Jeff Gordon's replacement in Hendrick Motorsports' No. 24 car. The team made the news official on Thursday, and said the 2014 Xfinity Series champion would drive the car in 2016 after Jeff Gordon steps...Show More Summary

Media Tour Day 3: Roush vows to improve in 2015

Greg Biffle and Carl Edwards made the Chase for Roush Fenway Racing in 2014. Edwards won two races. However, you weren't going out on much of a limb if you thought that the Roush cars wouldn't be championship threats before the Chase began. And you would have been right. Show More Summary

This NBC NASCAR commercial is fantastic (Video)

If you're a regular reader of From the Marbles, you know we're not too big on hyperbole. And we promise we're being hyperbolic when we wonder if this is the best NASCAR television commercial of our (shortish) lifetime. It's certainly...Show More Summary

Media Tour Day 2: Danica Patrick has a year left on her contract

Danica Patrick's contract with Stewart-Haas Racing goes for just one more season. Is Stewart-Haas looking to move on at the end of 2015? SHR co-owner Gene Haas said the team wants her back and Patrick said Tuesday she doesn't want to drive for anyone else. "Absolutely, we would love to see Danica come back," Haas said via USA Today. Show More Summary

Annett moves to HScott Motorsports; Yeley to drive No. 83 for BK Racing

Michael Annett has a new team in 2015. HScott Motorsports announced today that Annett would be a teammate to Justin Allgaier in 2015. Allgaier drove the No. 51 for the team in 2014, its first season of Sprint Cup Series competition.Show More Summary

Tony Stewart says last two years are fueling desire in 2015

Tony Stewart reiterated that he's not done being successful in the Sprint Cup Series. At the end of the season, a porous season by his standards independent of missing three races in August, Stewart said he wasn't done winning. During...Show More Summary

Media Tour Day 1: All-Star Race a preview of 2016?

As the media tour for the Sprint Cup Series kicked off Monday, NASCAR delivered its "State of the Sport" address. The sanctioning body said there would be no changes to the Chase, flared sideskirts would be outlawed and that the 2016...Show More Summary

NASCAR says teams can't flare sideskirts in 2015

Sprint Cup Series cars won't have flared sideskirts in 2015. During NASCAR's "State of the Sport" presentation on Monday, the sanctioning body said that teams that manipulate the sideskirts on cars during pit stops would be asked to undo the changes. Show More Summary

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