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I give up on trying to follow where NASCAR charters go

When NASCAR handed out those 36 coveted charters prior to the start of the 2016 Sprint (now-Monster Energy NASCAR) Cup Series season, there was an uproar that Wood Brothers Racing, the longest-tenured team in NASCAR premier series racing, was slighted. The iconic No. 21 that had been around since the early days of the sport [...]

NASCAR Cup: Kasey Kahne considers mixed schedule for 2018

By AMANDA VINCENT Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series driver Kasey Kahne still doesn’t have concrete racing plans for 2018, but he’s considering a mixed schedule that’ll include sprint cars, IndyCar and a few NASCAR races thrown in. “Three or four days ago, I had a great plan to do sprint cars, and see if I [...]

NASCAR Cup: Kyle Larson grabs third-straight Michigan win

By AMANDA VINCENT Michigan International Speedway in Brooklyn is beginning to look like Kyle Larson’s personal Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series playground. After finishing second in the Knoxville Nationals dirt sprint car race in Knoxville, Iowa, Saturday night, Larson returned to MIS in the wee hours of Sunday morning and won the Pure Michigan 400 [...]

Kyle Larson ready for busy weekend before NASCAR Cup race at Michigan

Kyle Larson is ready for a hectic weekend befitting his status as one of racing's rising stars. Larson is set to race in Saturday's Knoxville Nationals, squeezing in the prestigious sprint car event before returning to Michigan to compete in Sunday's NASCAR Cup Series race. Chip Ganassi, Larson's...

What’s good for one Kyle apparently not good for the other

In case you haven’t heard, Kyle Larson has been on a tear the last several days. The guy nicknamed “Yung Money” and one of the hottest shoes on the Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series circuit has shown no mercy on sprint car competition in Pennsylvania Speedweek. Larson’s won six-straight winged sprint car races and counting. [...]

NASCAR points leader Kyle Larson wins third race in as many days

After winning the Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series race at Michigan, Larson dominates in sprint cars

NASCAR Cup: Jimmie Johnson in No. 48 at least three more years

By AMANDA VINCENT Hendrick Motorsports announced Friday that it has signed contract extensions with reigning and seven-time Monster Energy NASCAR Sprint Cup Series champion Jimmie Johnson and his longtime sponsor, Lowe’s. The extension with Johnson will keep him behind the wheel of the No. 48 Chevrolet through the 2020 season, and the extension with Lowe’s [...]

NASCAR releases 2017 Sprint Cup Series schedule

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

Brad Keselowski races to Sprint Cup win after Kevin Harvick is penalized on pit road

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...

NASCAR Truck: Alex Bowman gets ride for Atlanta

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 [...]

NASCAR Star Jimmie Johnson’s Need for Speed

12 months agoLifestyle / Travel : RobbReport

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

NASCAR Xfinity: Stephen Leicht returns with Obaika Racing

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 [...]

NASCAR's Top Series Is Now The MEN Cup; Let Us All Tip Our Flat Brims In Appreciation

last yearVehicles / Cars : Jalopnik

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...

NASCAR Cup: Chase Elliott tops 2016 die cast sales list

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, [...]

NASCAR awards 2016: Tony Stewart’s final win before retirement creates lasting memory

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

Report: Monster paying $20 million a year to sponsor Cup Series

Monster is succeeding Sprint as the Cup Series’ title sponsor. (Getty) Monster Energy is reportedly getting the sponsorship rights to NASCAR’s No. 1 series at a per-year rate far less than what Sprint paid. According to a report from...Show More Summary

Report: Monster paying $20 million a year to sponsor Cup Series

Monster is succeeding Sprint as the Cup Series’ title sponsor. (Getty) Monster Energy is getting the sponsorship rights to NASCAR’s No. 1 series at a per-year rate far less than what Sprint paid. According to a report from Sports Business...Show More Summary

NASCAR Cup: one crewman suspended, another reinstated

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 [...]

NASCAR 2016 awards: Jimmie Johnson’s historic 7th championship makes him the Driver of the Year

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

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