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Addington fined, Wolfe on probation for Vegas infractions

NASCAR announced Tuesday evening that two crew chiefs were disciplined after Sunday's race at Las Vegas. Steve Addington, the crew chief for Justin Allgaier, was fined $25,000. Allgaier's car was too light in post-race inspection. Weight to make the car hit minimum weight came off during the race and was found on the track. Show More Summary

Power Rankings: Kevin Harvick swoops in for the top spot

Our Power Rankings are far from a scientific formula. In fact, it's the perfect blend of analytics and bias against your favorite driver. And you think we dislike your favorite driver, so it makes sense, right? Direct all your complaints to us at 1. Show More Summary

Repeated contact sends Kasey Kahne into the wall, Carl Edwards sliding

Your browser does not support iframes. Carl Edwards pushed Kasey Kahne into the wall off of turn four. Kahne was not happy and returned the favor a lap later. And while Kahne's car sustained damage on both sides from the impact, Edwards ended up with the worse end of the deal. Let's rewind to how the conflict started. Show More Summary

Kevin Harvick wins at Las Vegas

Your browser does not support iframes. A year after after seeing a great car at Las Vegas go for naught because of a broken hub, Kevin Harvick's fast car was aptly rewarded on Sunday. The defending Sprint Cup Series champion controlled...Show More Summary

Eldora Speedway website hacked with ISIS message

The website for Eldora Speedway was hacked Saturday with a message referencing ISIS, the extremist group in Iraq and Syria. If you're as confused about that, don't worry, Tony Stewart, the track's owner, was too. "Seriously?" Stewart said to USA Today when he was told about the hacking. Show More Summary

Jeff Gordon wins Las Vegas pole

Jeff Gordon will start first in what could be his final race at Las Vegas Motor Speedway. Gordon turned a lap of 194.68 MPH to win his second pole in the first three races of the 2015 season. When you count his pole run at HomesteadShow More Summary

Brian Vickers back in the Sprint Cup Series at Las Vegas

Brian Vickers will make his 2015 Sprint Cup debut at Las Vegas on Sunday. Vickers missed the first two races of the season after offseason heart surgery to address a complication from a patch that was inserted in his heart in 2010. And...Show More Summary

Brad Keselowski to run 2 awesome retro paint schemes in 2015

No other Sprint Cup Series team is going to run a collection of cars in 2015 better than the No. 2 team. We've already expressed our love for Brad Keselowski's regular all-white scheme and on Thursday night in Las Vegas, Team Penske revealed two cars that Keselowski would run later in the season. One is a replica of the black and gold No. Show More Summary

NASCAR: Kurt Busch still suspended despite lack of charges

Your browser does not support iframes. NASCAR said Thursday afternoon that Kurt Busch is still indefinitely suspended despite the Delaware Department of Justice announcing that it wouldn't press criminal charges against the driver regarding...Show More Summary

Jimmie Johnson Wins at Atlanta Sprint Cup Race

The race at Atlanta Motor Speedway on Sunday saw six time champion Jimmie Johnson pulling away after a restart 13 laps before the end of the race and winning it. He started near the back of the race having failed to get a qualifying run. This means that he had a lot of work to

Kurt Busch won't be criminally charged after domestic assault accusations

Suspended Sprint Cup driver Kurt Busch will not be facing charges from the September incident with ex-girlfriend Patricia Driscoll. The Delware Department of Justice announced Thursday there was insufficient evidence to charge Busch with a crime. Show More Summary

NASCAR adjusts practice and qualifying schedules for next three races

NASCAR has made tweaks to the practice and qualifying schedules at Las Vegas, Phoenix and Auto Club Speedway in the goal of avoiding the mess that happened before qualifying at Atlanta Motor Speedway. The first practice at the three tracks has been shortened by 10 minutes. Show More Summary

Brett Moffitt to drive No. 34 for Front Row in next 3 races

Brett Moffitt has a ride for NASCAR's western swing. The Michael Waltrip Racing driver will pilot the No. 34 for Front Row Motorsports for the next three races. The No. 34 is open because its original driver, David Ragan, is filling in for Kyle Busch at Joe Gibbs Racing. Show More Summary

Random Recap: The 2010 Shelby American

Welcome to Random Recaps, our new weekly feature at From The Marbles. In this space, we'll recap a race from the past at the track the where Sprint Cup Series is racing next. This week's race is the 2010 Shelby American. Need to know...Show More Summary

Sprint Cup Qualifying Disrupted by Inspection Problems

With the first race of the season already under their belts, drivers are now looking forward to Sunday’s race at the Atlanta Motor Speedway. Logano was the winner of the Coors Light Pole Award last week and so all of the other drivers will now be feeling the pressure to show what they have achieved

Power Rankings: We can't drop Logano after a top five

1. Joey Logano (LW: 1): There's no way to drop Joey after finishing fourth. Yeah, three of his closest pursuers in Power Rankings all finished ahead of him, but after he got the pole and ran in the top five for most of the day, there's no point in dropping him from the top spot. Show More Summary

Report: NASCAR asking for $1 billion over 10 years for Cup sponsorship

NASCAR is reportedly asking the next title sponsor of the Sprint Cup Series to pay significantly more than Nextel did when it took over for Winston. Sprint, which assumed the role of Cup Series title sponsor after the Sprint-Nextel merger,...Show More Summary

Kurt Busch begins process for NASCAR reinstatement

Your browser does not support iframes. Kurt Busch has begun his attempt to return to the Sprint Cup Series. According to NBC Sports, Busch has agreed to terms set by NASCAR to be reinstated after his indefinite suspension following an accusation of domestic assault. Show More Summary

Kansas spring race to be titled 'SpongeBob SquarePants 400'

The May 9 Sprint Cup Series race at Kansas Speedway will be sponsored by Nickelodeon and titled the "SpongeBob SquarePants 400." No, it's not a joke. This isn't Warped Wednesday. Before you go crazy wondering what NASCAR has come to, it's probably a good idea to remind you this isn't the first time a NASCAR race has borne the SpongeBob name. Show More Summary

Kurt Busch begins process for NASCAR reinstatement

Kurt Busch has begun his attempt to return to the Sprint Cup Series. According to NBC Sports, Busch has agreed to terms set by NASCAR to be reinstated after his indefinite suspension following an accusation of domestic assault. Now,Show More Summary

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