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Tony Stewart purchases sprint car series

Tony Stewart may not be in a sprint car for a long time, but the three-time Sprint Cup champion now has his own sprint car series. The All Star Circuit of Champions Sprint Car Series announced Wednesday that Stewart had purchased the...Show More Summary

Annett moves to HScott Motorsports; Yeley to drive No. 83 for BK Racing

Michael Annett has a new team in 2015. HScott Motorsports announced today that Annett would be a teammate to Justin Allgaier in 2015. Allgaier drove the No. 51 for the team in 2014, its first season of Sprint Cup Series competition.Show More Summary

Tony Stewart says last two years are fueling desire in 2015

Tony Stewart reiterated that he's not done being successful in the Sprint Cup Series. At the end of the season, a porous season by his standards independent of missing three races in August, Stewart said he wasn't done winning. During...Show More Summary

Are JGR and MWR on the same page?

The 2014 NASCAR Sprint Cup Series season saw, overall, at least somewhat lackluster performances from Toyota teams Joe Gibbs Racing and Michael Waltrip Racing. Sure, JGR put all three of its drivers in the 2014 Chase for the Sprint Cup and Hamlin was one of the final four heading into the season finale at Homestead-Miami [...]

Media Tour Day 1: All-Star Race a preview of 2016?

As the media tour for the Sprint Cup Series kicked off Monday, NASCAR delivered its "State of the Sport" address. The sanctioning body said there would be no changes to the Chase, flared sideskirts would be outlawed and that the 2016...Show More Summary

NASCAR says teams can't flare sideskirts in 2015

Sprint Cup Series cars won't have flared sideskirts in 2015. During NASCAR's "State of the Sport" presentation on Monday, the sanctioning body said that teams that manipulate the sideskirts on cars during pit stops would be asked to undo the changes. Show More Summary

Ganassi's No. 02 with Dixon, Kanaan, Larson and McMurray wins Rolex 24

Chip Ganassi's IndyCar and Sprint Cup Series drivers are pretty good at sports car racing. The No. 02 team of IndyCar drivers Scott Dixon and Tony Kanaan and Sprint Cup Series drivers Kyle Larson and Jamie McMurray won the Rolex 24 sports car race at Daytona Sunday afternoon, beating the No. Show More Summary

Jeff Gordon says he reached decision to step away during 2014 season

Jeff Gordon said he made the decision to make 2015 his last season driving full-time in the Sprint Cup Series midway through the 2014 season. He was leaning in the direction of stepping away at the beginning of the season and said as the season progressed, his inclinations were confirmed. Show More Summary

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

Cold Hard Fact for Thursday, January 22, 2015

Fact: BREAKING: Jeff Gordon says that 2015 will be his final full season in Sprint Cup Series. He's 3rd all-time in wins. Bleacher Report will be bringing sports fans the most interesting and engaging Cold Hard Fact of the day, presented by Coors Light. Source: SportsCenter Read more Motorsports news on BleacherReport.com

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

Brian Vickers cleared to return for third race of season

Brian Vickers' absence from the Sprint Cup Series in 2015 doesn't look like it'll be too lengthy. Michael Waltrip Racing announced Wednesday that Vickers has been cleared to return at Las Vegas for the race on March 8. It's the third...Show More Summary

TMG announces Ron Hornaday will drive the No. 30 car in 2015

A new team to the Sprint Cup Series has a familiar driver. The Motorsports Group announced Wednesday that Ron Hornaday would drive the No. 30 in the Cup Series in 2015. TMG is moving up to planned full-time Cup competition after running...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.

Sportsbook installs Jimmie Johnson as 2015 title favorite

Jimmie Johnson is a favorite for the 2015 Sprint Cup Series trophy. We'll wait to continue this post until you pick yourself up off the floor after being utterly flabbergasted. According to the Bovada sportsbook, Johnson is a 5/1 favorite for the title. Show More Summary

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

2014 Driver Reviews: No. 1 Kevin Harvick

After doing exit interviews for Sprint Cup Series drivers in 2013, we're turning the tables. We want the drivers to sell themselves. So here are the resumés for all full-time Sprint Cup Series drivers in 2014. Then, at the end, we'll...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

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