After the following two Sprint Cup Series races – at Phoenix and Auto Club – NASCAR has taken tires for review. On Friday, crew chiefs Alan Gustafson and Chad Knaus said they were told by the sanctioning body that any tampering with tires would be met with stiff penalties. “I don’t want to say warned," Gustafson, Jeff Gordon's crew chief, said. Show More Summary
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
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
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.
Brad Keselowski won the NASCAR Sprint Cup Series race in a wild finish Sunday at Auto Club Speedway in Fontana.
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
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
Jeff Gordon said Friday he doesn't yet know whether he'll drive in selected races after this year, his last full season in NASCAR's Sprint Cup Series.
Drivers Kevin Harvick, Jimmie Johnson, Kasey Kahne and Matt Kenseth have a history of winning and staying in the top 10 of the NASCAR Sprint Cup Series. NSCS drivers Martin Truex Jr. and A. J. Allmendinger race every event like the regular...Show More Summary
The last race on the West Coast swing goes to Fontana for the Auto Club 400, where Kevin Harvick looks to make a clean sweep in California Gold Rush style. The bad news for other drivers is that Harvick has won at Fontana. The good news is that he’s only won once. Show More Summary
Kevin Harvick is on an historical run in the NASCAR Sprint Cup Series
As the fifth race of the 2015 NASCAR Sprint Cup Series season beckons, so does another stock watch of the drivers circling their way through the long, grinding schedule. No one is hotter than Kevin Harvick, who has won two Cup points races in a row and has finished first or second in a remarkable string of seven such races dating back to last season. Show More Summary
The NASCAR Sprint Cup Series will travel to Fontana, California, this week for the Auto Club 400. The race Sunday will complete the West Coast swing for the Sprint Cup Series. Kevin Harvick won the races at Las Vegas and Phoenix, and he will be looking to sweep the races out West with a win at Auto Club. Tires will be the other story this week. Show More Summary
Kevin Harvick extended his remarkable run in the Arizona desert with a dominant win Sunday in the NASCAR Sprint Cup Series race at Phoenix International Raceway.
Kevin Harvick finds himself in the same position he was in for most of last season. In the modern era (1972-present) only Cale Yarborough, Darrell Waltrip and Jimmie Johnson followed winning their first Cup Series championship by taking the title the following year. Show More Summary
The Xfinity Series season continues to roll along with the Sprint Cup into Phoenix. Heading into the fourth race of the year, the last two events have been dominated by—you guessed it—Sprint Cup regulars. Following Kevin Harvick's victory in Atlanta, Austin Dillon thoroughly annihilated the field in Las Vegas. Show More Summary
So far it’s been a fairly quiet week in the run up to the CampingWorld.com 500 in Phoenix. Storylines aren ’t exactly boiling over the pot, but there are some simmering the stock, as it were. Nobody is happier than Kevin Harvick. HeShow More Summary