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NASCAR Speedweeks at Daytona schedule

As in years past, the 2016 NASCAR season will kick off with Speedweeks at Daytona (Fla.) International Speedway. All three NASCAR national series — Sprint Cup, Xfinity and Camping World Truck — will be in action at Daytona, as will the ARCA Racing Series. The first NASCAR-related on-track activity will be Feb. 12, with practice [...]

2016 NASCAR Sprint Cup Season: By the Numbers

Have the analytics people infiltrated the NASCAR ranks? Maybe someone performs some serious homework for the major garages, toying in inefficiencies like the Oakland Athletics and Cleveland Browns (parting ways with Johnny Football doesn’t...Show More Summary

Jarrett: Team expecting Tony Stewart out likely 3 months or more

Former Sprint Cup Series champion and NBC analyst Dale Jarrett said Thursday that Stewart-Haas Racing believes Tony Stewart will likely be sidelined from racing at least three months and could be out as many as six months. Jarrett made the comments while discussing Stewart's back injury on NASCAR America. Show More Summary

Stewart will miss start of Sprint Cup season with fractured vertebra

Stewart-Haas Racing has revealed details regarding Tony Stewart's back injury and have confirmed that he will miss out on what was supposed to be his final Daytona 500. Continue reading Stewart will miss start of Sprint Cup season with...Show More Summary

How Tony Stewart has gone 0-17 in the Daytona 500

If Tony Stewart never drives in another Daytona 500, he's the only driver to finish his career with three or more Sprint Cup Series titles and no Daytona 500 victories. 2016 was set to be Stewart's last shot at an elusive Daytona 500 win. Show More Summary

Tony Stewart to miss beginning of final Sprint Cup season

By AMANDA VINCENT Three-time NASCAR Sprint Cup champion Tony Stewart sustained a burst fracture of the L1 vertebra in an all-terrain vehicle accident on the West Coast on Sunday, according to an announcement from Stewart-Haas Racing on Thursday. As a result of his injury, Stewart is expected to miss the start of the 2016 Sprint [...]

Furniture Row Racing on Different Track for Super Bowl

The Denver-based Furniture Row Racing team is in a precarious position among the teams it competes against in the NASCAR Sprint Cup Series.

Cole Whitt joins Premium Motorsports

By AMANDA VINCENT Cole Whitt will drive the No. 98 Ford for Premium Motorsports in the NASCAR Sprint Cup Series competition in 2016, according to an announcement from the race team on Tuesday. “Jay and the crew at Premium Motorsports impressed me with their vision for the future and commitment to making the No. 98 [...]

NASCAR drivers wish Tony Stewart a speedy recovery from back injury

With just 11 days until the Sprint Unlimited race kicks off the new NASCAR season in Daytona, three-time Sprint Cup champion Tony Stewart (...)

NASCAR Tracks Where We'll Most Likely See a 1st-Time Winner in 2016

There’s an old saying in NASCAR that the first win is always the hardest. Once a driver visits Sprint Cup Victory Lane for the first time, typically the second time is not as difficult — in many cases, it doesn ’t take as long to attain...Show More Summary

Ryan Ellis to Compete at Daytona for FDNY Racing, Working on Sprint Cup Series Plans

FDNY Racing will be back for its 17th season in the NASCAR Camping World Truck Series. Ryan Ellis, who has driven for the Jim Rosenblum-owned team since 2014, will return to the seat of the No. 28 Chevrolet for the season-opener at Daytona in February. Show More Summary

Michael McDowell’s crew chief named

By AMANDA VINCENT Circle Sport-Leavine Family Racing, the new NASCAR Sprint Cup Series team formed by the merger of Circle Sport Racing and Leavine Family Racing, announced on Thursday that it has hired Dave Winston to serve as crew chief for the No. 95 Chevrolet in 2016 races in which Michael McDowell will be in [...]

NASCAR Sprint Cup Drivers in Need of the Biggest Turnarounds in 2016

Say what you want about guys like Kevin Harvick, Kyle Busch, Joey Logano, Jimmie Johnson and the like, but it’s a fairly safe assumption they’re going to be in the Sprint Cup championship mix every season. But as the 2016 Sprint Cup season quickly approaches, there are several drivers who are at the opposite end of the spectrum. Show More Summary

David Ragan joins BK Racing

By AMANDA VINCENT David Ragan has joined BK Racing to drive the No. 23 Toyota full-time in NASCAR Sprint Cup Series competition in 2016. He’ll be a teammate to Matt DiBenedetto, who remains with BK Racing to drive the No. 83 Toyota. “It’s a big relief to have the opportunity to go race full-time in [...]

During Olympics, USA Network will air NASCAR races

NBC Sports Group has announced its NASCAR schedule for the 2016 Sprint Cup and Xfinity Cup seasons and there are a couple of changes from last year. Since this is an Olympic year, NBC, NBCSN and CNBC will be utilized for various events,...Show More Summary

David Ragan driving for BK Racing in 2016

David Ragan has found a Sprint Cup ride for the upcoming season. Ragan told an Atlanta's Fox 5 that he would drive for BK Racing in 2016. Matt DiBenedetto, who drove for the team in 2015, will be the driver of the No. 83. EXCLUSIVE:Show More Summary

Kurt Busch, Kyle Larson Discuss Possible Indianapolis 500 Runs

By Zach Catanzareti & Joseph Wolkin Each spring, the question lingers in both the NASCAR Sprint Cup Series and IndyCar Series garages: Who, if any, will attempt the double? The double, of course, refers to the two-races-in-one-day spectacle...Show More Summary

Tony Stewart would like Brian France to be more hands on as a CEO

Tony Stewart wants to see Brian France around the Sprint Cup circuit a whole lot more. Stewart, who is competing in his final Sprint Cup Series season in 2016, said on SiriusXM Speedway on Thursday afternoon that he would like to have...Show More Summary

Regan Smith Signed to Drive Tommy Baldwin Racing’s No. 7

Tommy Baldwin announced Thursday on SiriusXM NASCAR Radio that veteran Regan Smith will take over driving duties for his No. 7 Sprint Cup team for the 2016 season Earlier, Tommy Baldwin Racing announced Thursday morning that Alex Bowman,...Show More Summary

Smith Adds Veteran Presence to Tommy Baldwin Racing

Tommy Baldwin announced Thursday on SiriusXM NASCAR Radio that veteran Regan Smith will take over driving duties for its No. 7 Sprint Cup team for the 2016 season The team announced that 23-year-old Alex Bowman, who drove the car inShow More Summary

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