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Power Rankings: Jimmie Johnson is creeping in on 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

Jeff Gordon Comes Close to Full Circle Twenty Years after First Career Win

It was 1994, and a young up-and-comer already known widely in the motorsports world was on the verge of his first NASCAR Sprint Cup Series victory. For over a year, the performance and skill were there, but in the end Jeff Gordon was still without a win in a points paying event. Show More Summary

Danica Patrick's follow-up to career-best finish derailed by engine trouble

For an incredibly brief moment extremely early in Sunday's Coca-Cola 600, Danica Patrick was in second place. Yes, it was hard not to wonder, albeit for just as fleetingly as her time in second was, if her first points race following her seventh-place finish a Kansas two weeks ago was going to be even better. It was not. Show More Summary

Jimmie Johnson passes Matt Kenseth late, wins Coca-Cola 600

We can stop with the needless worrying about Jimmie Johnson's winning stretch in 2014. It's over. The six-time Sprint Cup Series Champion caught and passed Matt Kenseth in the final stages of Sunday night's Coca-Cola 600 and got his first win of the season. Show More Summary

Kurt Busch makes it less miles in Charlotte than in Indy after engine expires

Kurt Busch's Sprint Cup Series car engine prevented him from completing all 1,100 miles of the Indianapolis 500 and Coca-Cola 600 on Sunday. After Busch finished sixth in the Indianapolis 500, his engine erupted in a big plume of white...Show More Summary

In first 'double' attempt, Kurt Busch conquers Indy 500 with sixth-place finish

If the Coca-Cola 600 goes any better than the Indianapolis 500 did for Kurt Busch, he's going to be in territory that only his Sprint Cup Series car owner occupies. In his first attempt at running both Memorial Day weekend races in the...Show More Summary

Ryan Hunter-Reay wins Indianapolis 500 with last-lap pass; Kurt Busch finishes 6th

Second place was the most advantageous place to be in the final laps of Sunday's Indianapolis 500. After starting first on the race's final restart with six laps to go, Ryan Hunter-Reay traded the lead with Helio Castroneves four times...Show More Summary

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