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Report: NASCAR asking for $1 billion over 10 years for Cup sponsorship

NASCAR is reportedly asking the next title sponsor of the Sprint Cup Series to pay significantly more than Nextel did when it took over for Winston. Sprint, which assumed the role of Cup Series title sponsor after the Sprint-Nextel merger,...Show More Summary

2015 NASCAR Sprint Cup Stock Watch: Week 3

Two weeks into the 2015 NASCAR Sprint Cup Series season, it's time to take stock of what's happening. Looking strictly at drivers for this edition, whose stock is on the rise, whose is worthy at least of holding for the time being and...Show More Summary

Kurt Busch begins process for NASCAR reinstatement

Your browser does not support iframes. Kurt Busch has begun his attempt to return to the Sprint Cup Series. According to NBC Sports, Busch has agreed to terms set by NASCAR to be reinstated after his indefinite suspension following an accusation of domestic assault. Show More Summary

Kansas spring race to be titled 'SpongeBob SquarePants 400'

The May 9 Sprint Cup Series race at Kansas Speedway will be sponsored by Nickelodeon and titled the "SpongeBob SquarePants 400." No, it's not a joke. This isn't Warped Wednesday. Before you go crazy wondering what NASCAR has come to, it's probably a good idea to remind you this isn't the first time a NASCAR race has borne the SpongeBob name. Show More Summary

Fantasy NASCAR Picks for Kobalt Tools 400 at Las Vegas

The NASCAR Sprint Cup Series will travel to Las Vegas this week for the Kobalt Tools 400. Las Vegas Motor Speedway is considered a cookie-cutter race track, but it is much different than other 1.5-mile tracks. It is a fast and very aero -sensitive track. Show More Summary

NASCAR's newest race is the SpongeBob SquarePants 400

Your new favorite sporting event. May 9 Sprint Cup Series race at Kansas Speedway is the "SpongeBob SquarePants 400." (This is real, I'm not being sarcastic) #NASCAR — Jeff Gluck (@jeff_gluck) March 2, 2015 More wacky names, sponsorships and tie-ins for NASCAR races, please. If we don't get a Paul Blart 500 in the next few years, I don't know what I'll do.

Kurt Busch begins process for NASCAR reinstatement

Kurt Busch has begun his attempt to return to the Sprint Cup Series. According to NBC Sports, Busch has agreed to terms set by NASCAR to be reinstated after his indefinite suspension following an accusation of domestic assault. Now,Show More Summary

NASCAR Track Worker Can’t Stand Up On His Own Two Feet (Video)

The NASCAR track workers at Sunday’s Sprint Cup Series Race in Atlanta weren’t all that busy, having to deal with just two crashes all afternoon.  But they also had to battle a one-hour delay at the start due to morning showers and 43 degree temperatures throughout the course of the race. Those nasty wether conditions seemed to […]

Atlanta Win Serves Notice That Jimmie Johnson and Chad Knaus Are on the Prowl

NASCAR rolled out its new rules--rules that weren't in place for the Daytona 500--at Atlanta Motor Speedway. From testing on Thursday, to qualifying on Friday, to the running of the Sprint Cup Series' second race, the Folds of Honor QuikTrip 500, the weekend tested all the teams' capacity to adapt to new conditions. Show More Summary

NASCAR driver Travis Kvapil forced to drop out of race after Sprint Cup car stolen from hotel parking lot

Consider this a lesson learned: Never leave your Sprint Cup Series race car in a hotel parking lot. If you do, it might get stolen. That’s apparently what happened to NASCAR driver Travis Kvapil who tweeted out the unfortunate news Friday morning. Wow. Anyone near Atlanta find my stolen Cup car let me know! Unreal […]

Jeff Gordon returns to the scene: Atlanta Motor Speedway

Jeff Gordon’s career comes full circle, so-to-speak, on Sunday. Sure, he still has most of the 2015 season left before he rides off into the sunset, but this weekend, the NASCAR Sprint Cup Series circuit heads to Atlanta Motor Speedway for race two of the 2015 season. AMS is where it all started for Gordon, [...]

NASCAR Truck Series at Atlanta 2015: Full Schedule, Standings and Preview

The NASCAR Sprint Cup and Xfinity Series usually steal the majority of headlines coming into a race weekend, but the Camping World Truck Series is making waves heading into the 2015 edition of the Atlanta Motor Speedway event. The Xfinity...Show More Summary

The Biggest NASCAR Storylines to Watch Ahead of Sprint Cup Series at Atlanta

With the Daytona 500 behind us but while Joey Logano ’s Coca-Cola is still sticky on Victory Lane, it’s time to look ahead to Atlanta as the circuit heads north for the Folds of Honor QuikTrip 500. No matter what Logano does for theShow More Summary

Fantasy NASCAR Picks for Quick Trips Folds of Honor 500 at Atlanta

The NASCAR Sprint Cup Series will travel to Hampton, Georgia this week for the Quick Trips Folds of Honor 500. The Atlanta Motor Speedway is a rough, worn-out race track. The tires wear out quickly at Atlanta, forcing drivers to move...Show More Summary

Daytona 500 Schedule 2015: TV Coverage, Preview for Great American Race

NASCAR never cared about saving the best for last, instead opening the Sprint Cup Series season with its main attraction. Every driver hopes to start strong by claiming the Daytona 500, racing's most prestigious event. After winning the 200-lap frenzy last year, Dale Earnhardt Jr. Show More Summary

Daytona 500 Odds 2015: Betting Info and Predictions for 57th Great American Race

A new NASCAR season kicks off Sunday, as the prestigious Daytona 500 marks the return of the Sprint Cup Series. This is no ordinary event, as the spectacle known as the Great American Race provides drivers with the opportunity to start...Show More Summary

Nationwide and Camping World Truck Series Roundup

It may feel like all of the excitement is focussing around Sprint Cup in the NASCAR world at the moment with the Chase taking place and so much excitement around the races with drivers under a lot of pressure. However, we should not forget that the season is coming to a close for the World

2015 Sprint Cup Series Preview: Stewart-Haas Racing

A look at the four car team of Stewart-Haas Racing who will try to repeat as NASCAR Sprint Cup Series Champions

NASCAR's new pit road officiating system looks to increase accuracy

DAYTONA BEACH, Fla. – Sunday's Daytona 500 will be the first Sprint Cup Series points race for NASCAR's new pit road officiating system. Instead of having officials positioned on pit road watching stops as they happen, pit stops are now monitored with a bank of 45 or more cameras looking at pit road from across the track. Show More Summary

Kyle Busch, Captian of S.S. Interstate Batteries No. 18?

The #18 Interstate Batteries car cruised around Texas Motor Speedway Friday, but it wasn’t on the 1.5-mile track. The newly decaled NASCAR Sprint Cup Series stock car took its original spot back into the middle of the Texas Motor Speedway Lake beside the Indy car and NASCAR truck. Before sending it off on its voyage,

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