NASCAR's most popular driver Dale Earnhardt Jr. would do just about anything to win a Sprint Cup title, and that includes giving up his favorite hobby, barbecuing, to do it.
The NASCAR Sprint Cup Series has had a fast, five-race start that swung west for action and benefitted frequent achievers Kevin Harvick and Brad Keselowski. This week, leaders and optimistic teams take their efforts back east to theShow More Summary
The biggest storyline heading into Martinsville ’s paperclip track is the Sprint Cup debut of Chase Elliott. He’ll be driving the No. 25 car. What better way to wipe the Xfinity off of him than by putting him in Martinsville ’s bullring? Aside from that good news, there was Tony Stewart mouthing off to Martin Truex Jr. Show More Summary
You only need to lead one lap to win a race. Brad Keselowski proved once again that it's true in the NASCAR Sprint Cup Series just as it is in any racing series when he made a last-lap pass of both Kurt Busch and Kevin Harvick to win the Auto Club 400 at Auto Club Speedway in Fontana, Calif. Show More Summary
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 1962 Virginia 500. Need to know how...Show More Summary
The West Coast swing finished with a bang as Brad Keselowski clinched his first win of the season at a track where he barely ever finished inside the top 20. Now, the Sprint Cup circuit heads back east for the first short-track race of the year. It's a drastic change just seven days apart. Show More Summary
The NASCAR Sprint Cup Series will travel to Martinsville, Virginia, this week for the STP 500. Martinsville is one of the best race tracks on the schedule because it is similar to the tracks most of the drivers grew up racing on. The story last week at Auto Club Speedway was the drivers' ability to save their tires. Show More Summary
Kevin Harvick has already done extremely well as the Sprint Cup series this season either coming first or being a runner up in every race so far. However, it seems that he is keen not just to dominate in one of the series this year having earned his second win in the Xfinity Series on
After Sunday’s Auto Club 400, there may be a warrant issued forBrad Keselowski. After all, the driver of the No. 2 Team Penske Ford committed his own version of “Grand Theft Auto” at Auto Club Speedway – he stole an entire race. Benefitting from a four-tire call on the last lap of regulation and two opportune cautions that extended the event nine laps beyond its scheduled [...]
Toyota drivers are still looking for their first NASCAR Sprint Cup Series win since last May, but they showed marked improvement Sunday from the season's first four races.
Martin Truex Jr.'s number 78 Chevy had a bit of a run-in with Tony Stewart's number 14 Chevy during today's NASCAR Sprint Cup Auto Club 400. So, Stewart let Truex know in the pits after the race—rather heatedly. (At least no one threw any punches or grabbed onto any firesuits this time.) Read more...
Brad Keselowski picked up his first win of the season and 17th win of his career on Sunday in shocking fashion, passing pole-winner Kurt Busch on the final lap of the Auto Club 400 after a wild end to the race saw two attempts at a green-white-checkered...Show More Summary
Brad Keselowski won the NASCAR Sprint Cup Series race in a wild finish Sunday at Auto Club Speedway in Fontana.
NASCAR concludes its trip west Sunday with the Auto Club 400 at Auto Club Speedway in Fontana, California, and we'll bring you all the live action. It's certainly been an interesting start to the season for 2004 Sprint Cup champion Kurt...Show More Summary
The fifth race of the NASCAR Sprint Cup series takes place on Sunday in Fontana, Calif., with the final race of the "West Coast Swing" at the Auto Club 400. Kevin Harvick, the 2015 points leader and winner of the last two races, is the focus of this race, as well as the pre-race coverage. Show More Summary
It could be another tough season for NASCAR Sprint Cup drivers David Gilliland and Cole Whitt, but this weekend the teammates at least are enjoying coming home again.
One week removed from his return from a three-race suspension, Kurt Buschrewarded the unwavering support from Stewart-Haas Racing team co-owner Gene Haas by putting his No. 41 Chevrolet on the pole for Sunday’s Auto Club 400. “It’s amazing...Show More Summary
Drive, win, burnout and repeat. That's been the schedule for Kevin Harvick over the last two weeks during NASCAR 's West Coast tour. In the final leg, the Sprint Cup heads to a track where Harvick has enjoyed plenty of success—go figure. Just...Show More Summary
Kurt Busch won the pole position Friday for the NASCAR Sprint Cup race at Auto Club Speedway in Fontana, his second race since being reinstated after a suspension.
Despite downsizing to just one NASCAR weekend, Auto Club Speedway has thrived. It’s a model Kevin Harvick thinks other tracks should utilize. If Kevin Harvick had his way, the majority of tracks would follow the lead of Auto Club Speedway...Show More Summary