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Twitter reaction to Jeff Gordon's announcement

After Jeff Gordon surprised many with his announcement that 2015 would be his final Sprint Cup Series season, many in NASCAR took to Twitter to express their appreciation for the four-time champion's career and impact on the sport. Here's...Show More Summary

Jeff Gordon says 2015 will be his last full-time season in NASCAR [w/video]

Jeff Gordon has confirmed that this will be his last NASCAR Sprint Cup series. Gordon made the official announcement to his team at the No. 24 Hendrick Motorsports headquarters Thursday. However, Gordon is refraining from using the word...Show More Summary

Jeff Gordon Discusses Future Racing Plans for Post-2015 NASCAR Season

The 2015 season will be Jeff Gordon's 23rd as a full-time NASCAR Sprint Cup Series driver. Much to the surprise of racing fans, though, it will also be his last. According to Pete Pistone of MRN Radio, the 43-year-old star intends to...Show More Summary

2015 will be Jeff Gordon's final full-time NASCAR season

Jeff Gordon has one more shot for a fifth Sprint Cup Series championship. The four-time Sprint Cup Series champion announced Thursday that 2015 will be his final full-time season in the Cup Series. “As a race car driver, much of what...Show More Summary

NASCAR Sprint Cup Series nears amid changes such as Carl Edwards' move

With NASCAR's season only a month away, a few drivers are still adjusting to new teams and several crew chiefs are adjusting to new drivers.

NASCAR Sprint Cup Series: Ranking the Top 10 Teams for 2015

The 2015 NASCAR Sprint Cup season is only a month away. As fans begin to get ready for what should be an exciting season, it is never too early to look at which teams are the teams to beat. It is easy to say that the teams that dominated last season will be the same teams to dominate in 2015. Show More Summary

Star Drivers from Other Motorsports We'd Love to See in the NASCAR Sprint Cup

While it may seem simple enough, a driver making a transition from one motorsports series to another is oftentimes very difficult. And that difficulty is most apparent when drivers from other motorsports series attempt to switch to the...Show More Summary

The Biggest Concern for Each NASCAR Sprint Cup Series Team in 2015

Anyone check the calendar lately? We're under 40 days away from the green flag at the Daytona 500! Time sure does fly. It seems like just hours ago that Kevin Harvick was lifting his first Sprint Cup championship at Homestead in November. The...Show More Summary

Trevor Bayne 2015 NASCAR Sprint Cup ROY-eligible?

There have been some news-making driver moves during the NASCAR Sprint Cup Series “silly season” for 2015, the most notable of those being Carl Edwards’ move to Joe Gibbs Racing from Roush Fenway Racing to drive a fourth car at JGR. That move prompted RFR owner Jack Roush to move Trevor Bayne up to full-time [...]

Ranking the Most Polarizing Drivers in the NASCAR Sprint Cup Series

There are several drivers in NASCAR who almost immediately draw negative reactions from some fans. Those reactions oftentimes stem from either on-track incidents those drivers have had with others—and oftentimes more than one incident...Show More Summary

Richard Childress Racing loses lawsuit vs. Jamie McMurray’s new crew chief

The NASCAR team was suing for breach of contract and misappropriation of trade secrets. The attempt by Richard Childress Racing to prevent a former engineer from taking a NASCAR Sprint Cup Series crew chief position with Chip Ganassi...Show More Summary

5 Things Jimmie Johnson Must Do to Regain His Championship Form in 2015

Jimmie Johnson is a six-time NASCAR Sprint Cup Series champion, and he’s held to a wildly different standard than all other drivers. In what other world is four trips to Victory Lane, a berth in the Chase and title contention until the final four races of the season considered a failure? Welcome to life as the driver of the No. Show More Summary

The 6 Best Stock Car Drivers Not in the NASCAR Sprint Cup Series in 2015

There are several drivers who belong in NASCAR’s Sprint Cup Series but aren’t there for one reason or other. Typically, it’s either opportunity or sponsorship—or lack thereof—that keeps them in NASCAR’s lower-ranked series, namely the...Show More Summary

The Biggest Crashes from the 2014 NASCAR Sprint Cup Series

Though owners, crew chiefs and drivers don’t want to be involved in crashes, wrecks are inevitable. Sparks fly, fires blaze and sometimes drivers spar. They’re scary and inevitable. Daytona famously waits for The Big One. And in 2014, there was no shortage of bone-crunching crashes. Show More Summary

Michael Waltrip, Jeff Burton obvious choices to fill-in for Brian Vickers

As previously announced, Brian Vickers, driver of the No. 55 Michael Waltrip Racing Toyota in the NASCAR Sprint Cup Series, is expected to miss the beginning of the 2015 Sprint Cup season as he recovers from recent heart surgery. Meanwhile, MWR will be looking for a replacement driver, if the organization hasn’t found one already. [...]

The 10 Most Defining Moments from NASCAR in 2014

The 2014 NASCAR season—including all three major series, Sprint Cup, Nationwide and Camping World Trucks—was one that covered a range of emotions, from drama to excitement, hugs to punches and cheering to crying. There was the highest...Show More Summary

Loss of Sprint sponsorship unlikely to impact NASCAR

Though in need of a new Cup Series sponsor, NASCAR has every reason to be selective. Considering recent events, Sprint dissolving its entitlement sponsorship of NASCAR's Cup Series after the 2016 season wasn't unexpected nor all that surprising. Show More Summary

What Sprint Ending Its Sponsorship of the Cup Series Means for NASCAR

Tuesday’s announcement that Sprint will be ending its entitlement sponsorship of NASCAR’s marquee racing series caught many of us off guard. After the 2016 season, the telecommunications company will have been the sport's title sponsor...Show More Summary

We're Not Sure What To Call The Sprint Cup After 2016

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Nationwi—err, Xfinity isn't the only NASCAR series that will have a new name. Sprint announced today that it will end its entitlement Cup sponsorship after 2016. Read more...

Sprint ending NASCAR Cup Series sponsorship

NASCAR will need a new sponsor for its Cup Series after the 2016 season. Sprint is ending its sponsorship of NASCAR's premier division after the 2016 season, the company announced Tuesday. The decision comes with Sprint in the midst of a leadership transition and experiencing a downtrend in sales. Show More Summary

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