Hard as it may seem to believe, there are a number of NASCAR drivers who already have established large fanbases and yet they’re still underappreciated. Reigning Sprint Cup champion Kevin Harvick was that way for several years. He was...Show More Summary
It's that time of year again. Dale Earnhardt Jr. will be just one of many NASCAR Sprint Cup drivers to sport a new paint scheme in the coming season, but his change will be among the most drastic. Sponsors come and go in NASCAR, andShow More Summary
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 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
Since 2008, NASCAR's top drivers have chased the Sprint Cup, the trophy given to the winner of the championship. But starting in 2017, that is going to change. Sprint has announced that it will end its partnership with NASCAR when their current deal expires at the end of the 2016 season. Show More Summary
Cellular phone leader Sprint announced on Tuesday that it will be ending its relationship with NASCAR when their contract expires in 2016. Steve Gaffney, vice president for marketing, explained that Sprint is “proud of our association...Show More Summary
The Comunicano Daily Changes. Lots and lots of changes in mobile. T-Mobile rolls a stash of data. Doctors make video house calls. Sprint drops their sponsorship of Nascar. Those stories and more are all just below...So now onto the news.. Show More Summary
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
Sprint will not return as the primary sponsor of NASCAR's top series upon the conclusion of its current contract at the end of the 2016 season. "We are proud of our association with NASCAR's top series but have made the decision notShow More Summary
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
Sprint Corp. said Tuesday it will end its title sposorship of NASCAR's premier series after 2016.
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...
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
Sprint today announced that it no longer will be the title sponsor of NASCAR's premier racing circuit at the the conclusion of the 2016 season. Sprint cited "a need to focus more directly on its core business priorities" in a press release today. Show More Summary
The modification grants Danica Patrick a spot in the non-points race. Often perception is everything, even if the desired effect isn't always intended. That certainly applies to NASCAR expanding the field of the Sprint Unlimited held...Show More Summary
In unfortunate news that neatly coincides with Grinch Season, Sprint Cup driver Brian Vickers' body is rejecting an artificial patch meant to repair a hole found in his heart in 2010. He underwent surgery on Saturday to repair the hole again, and the recovery time will cut into the start of the 2015 season. Read more...
Tony Stewart has been one of NASCAR ’s most successful drivers over the course of his career, but his 2014 season, at least behind the wheel, was an absolute disaster. The 43-year-old three-time Sprint Cup champion failed to win a race for the first time since moving up from the Busch Series in 1999. Show More Summary
Right off the bat, let's be honest here: This is a very subjective list. But in the wake of Dale Earnhardt Jr. recently winning his 12th consecutive Most Popular Driver award, as voted on by NASCAR fans, what a great time to exploreShow More Summary
Most of the talk and speculation surrounding the new rules for the NASCAR Sprint Cup Series cars for 2015 have the cars running and handling more like the cars of the NASCAR Nationwide/Xfinity Series. The cars in that series will not undergo any changes for the upcoming season. Anytime there are changes to the race [...]
NASACR Sprint Cup champions, they come and go. Heck, there have been four different champs just in the past four years! But Dale Earnhardt Jr.’s status as the undisputed fan favorite — that’s eternal. Earnhardt won his record 12th straight award for Most Popular Driver Friday during NASCAR’s season-ending ceremony. The award is voted on by fans, […]