The most notable change sees Talladega no longer placed as a Chase elimination race. Talladega Superspeedway will no longer host the Round 2 elimination race of the Chase for the Sprint Cup, instead exchanging places with Kansas Speedway...Show More Summary
Kevin Harvick ruined a dominating performance by going too fast on pit road Sunday, allowing Brad Keselowski to steal a NASCAR Monster Energy Cup victory at Atlanta Motor Speedway. Harvick seemed poised to win at Atlanta for the first time since his initial Cup victory in 2001, just three races...
By AMANDA VINCENT Alex Bowman, the driver who turned heads in the second half of the 2016 NASCAR Sprint Cup Series season as a substitute driver for Dale Earnhardt Jr. has been called upon to drive GMS Racing’s No. 24 Chevrolet in Saturday’s Active Pest Control 200 NASCAR Camping World Truck Series at Atlanta Motor [...]
Kurt Busch survived a rough-and-tumble race to capture the Daytona 500 Sunday. It is the 2004 Sprint Cup Series champion’s first victory in the Great American Race at Daytona International Raceway. The race featured nine cautions and 36 lead changes. Much like the earlier races this week including...
Johnson won his seventh NASCAR Sprint Cup Series championship at Homestead-Miami Speedway in November The newly crowned seven-time Sprint Cup Series champion reflects on life in the fast lane… David Hochman
By AMANDA VINCENT Stephen Leicht will return to the NASCAR national-level stage in 2017, driving the No. 77 Obaika Racing Chevrolet in the Xfinity Series. The race team tweeted the news on Tuesday. “Former Sprint Cup Rookie of the Year, Stephen Leicht, will drive the No. 77 Obaika Vroom Brands Chevrolet. Welcome to the team [...]
Two-time Sprint Cup Series runner-up Carl Edwards will not race in 2017. The Joe Gibbs Racing’s No. 19 car driver is set to retire and pursue other interests outside of racing, according to multiple reports. Fox Sports was the first to report the news Tuesday morning, noting neither Edwards nor anyone at Joe Gibbs Racing would […]
Finally, we know what NASCAR’s top-level series will be called next year. The series formerly known as Sprint Cup is now the MEN Cup. That’s right: the Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series. We’re going to call it MEN Cup for short for all the dude-bros out there wanting to get their oval racing fix. Read more...
By AMANDA VINCENT Dale Earnhardt Jr. was recently crowned the NASCAR Sprint Cup Series Most Popular Driver for the 14th-consecutive year, but none of his paint schemes of 2016 were the top seller when it comes to dice casts in 2016. That distinction, instead, went to 2016 Sprint Cup Rookie of the Year Chase Elliott, [...]
The best races, the worst races, the unforgettable and surreal from the 2016 NASCAR season. Continuing our multi-part review of the recently completed 2016 NASCAR season, SB Nation recaps the best and worst Sprint Cup races, along with...Show More Summary
By AMANDA VINCENT On Tuesday, NASCAR released what was probably its final penalty report of the year. The report listed one indefinite suspension and a reinstatement. Ryan D. Hess, who worked with BK Racing in the Sprint Cup Series in 2016, was indefinitely suspended for a violation of NASCAR’s substance abuse policy. Hess also was [...]
Dale Earnhardt Jr. missed 18 races in 2016. (Getty) Dale Earnhardt Jr.’s return to the Sprint Cup Series in 2017 is all but official. Hendrick Motorsports announced Thursday that Junior had been medically cleared to compete next season. Show More Summary
Handing out awards for the top Sprint Cup driver, crew chief and rookie from the past year. Continuing our multi-part review of the recently completed 2016 NASCAR season, SB Nation spotlights the best driver, crew chief, and rookie of...Show More Summary
PAST PERFORMANCE IS NO GUARANTEE OF FUTURE RESULTS: ? Sting: Obama Isn’t Doing Enough To Fight Climate Change. — CNSnews.com, September 22, 2014. ? Sting to headline NASCAR Sprint Cup Series Awards in Las Vegas. — NASCAR.com, November 10, 2016. As the Professor is wont to say, I’ll believe global warming is a crisis, when […]
Dodge would presumably compete in the Sprint Cup series.
Monster Energy sponsored Kurt Busch in 2016. (Getty) Monster Energy is NASCAR’s replacement for Sprint. NASCAR made the new sponsor announcement official Thursday in Las Vegas as the Sprint Cup will be replaced with Monster Energy. Sprint’s deal to sponsor NASCAR’s top series expired after the 2016 season. Show More Summary
Jeff Gordon drove in eight races in 2016 after he retired followed the 2015 season. (Getty) Jeff Gordon will make his second Rolex 24 start in January. The four-time Sprint Cup Series champion will drive for Wayne Taylor Racing in the season-opening IMSA sports-car race at Daytona International Speedway Jan. Show More Summary
Dale Earnhardt Jr. didn’t compete in the final 18 races of the 2016 season. (Getty) Dale Earnhardt Jr. admitted Tuesday that he wondered if he’d ever be able to rejoin the Sprint Cup Series as he dealt with the symptoms of a mid-summer concussion. Show More Summary
Greg Biffle finished second in the 2005 Chase to Tony Stewart. (Getty) The Greg Biffle era at Roush Fenway Racing won’t be continuing in 2017. Biffle, 46, wouldn’t be returning to the team for a 16th season in the Sprint Cup Series....Show More Summary
Your browser does not support iframes. HOMESTEAD, Fla. — Tony Stewart wanted to make sure he and his team had fun on Sunday at Homestead-Miami Speedway in the final race of his 18-year Sprint Cup Series career. It was a tough task after Stewart fell two laps down thanks to an ill-handling race car. Show More Summary