Maybe the holdout non-believers will finally start having some faith in Danica Patrick. Patrick’s seventh-place finish in Sunday’s STP 500 at Martinsville Speedway tied her second-best career Sprint Cup performance (seventh at Kansas...Show More Summary
Joey Logano repeated the feat that he achieved at Martinsville last year by making it to pole position. The session was delayed by heavy rain but he managed to stay in the top ten in all of the three qualifying segments and his best lap of 19.232 seconds was enough to beat Ryan Newman to
Denny Hamlin has won five Sprint Cup races at Martinsville Speedway. That alone hardly made for an STP 500 surprise. The picture was bigger. A slumping driver did not alone this portrait paint. “This team gives me great race cars,” Hamlin said on Fox Sports 1 from Victory Lane. Show More Summary
NASCAR has been testing tires, becase there are rumors some teams may be outside of the rule book in the Cup series garage.
Denny Hamlin took the checkered flag at the STP 500 on Sunday, earning his first win of the 2015 Sprint Cup season and the fifth win of his career at Martinsville Speedway in Ridgeway, Virginia. Fox Sports 1 provided a look at Hamlin's...Show More Summary
NASCAR's future arrived at Martinsville on Sunday, and promptly got knocked back into the garage. Chase Elliott, defending Xfinity Series champion and son of Hall of Famer Bill Elliott, made his Sprint Cup debut on Sunday in the No.Show More Summary
The 2015 NASCAR Sprint Cup Series season kicked off in February at Daytona (Fla.) International Speedway. Is that also when “silly season” started? I guess not really, but it sure seems that way given the unusually high number of driver substitutions. There used to be a joke surrounding the NASCAR garage that there was something [...]
According to Fox Sports, NASCAR Sprint Cup driver Kyle Larson was taken to the hospital yesterday after fainting in an autograph session. Hoardes of people are certainly a nerve-wracking experience, but this was apparently a serious enough faint for him to miss today's race. Read more...
NASCAR driver Kyle Larson, who fainted during an autograph session Saturday, will not compete in Sunday's Sprint Cup race at Martinsville Speedway.
Information on how to follow the STP 500 from Martinsville, Va. online or via radio. The sixth race of the 2015 NASCAR Sprint Cup season features Joey Logano on the pole. NASCAR moves to Fox Sports 1 this Sunday in Virginia with the STP 500 at Martinsville Speedway. Show More Summary
Six weeks into the NASCAR season, the Sprint Cup Series is finally heading to the first short track. The STP 500 is not only one of the most arduous events of the season, but the Paperclip is also the shortest in the series. Similar to the other short tracks, Martinsville will be run twice this season. Show More Summary
Kyle Larson continues to undergo tests after fainting and will not race in the STP 500 Sunday at Martinsville. One day after fainting, Kyle Larson will miss Sunday's Sprint Cup race at Martinsville Speedway. Chip Ganassi Racing named Regan Smith to drive Larson's No. Show More Summary
Here is the start time and schedule for the STP 500 on Sunday in Martinsville, Va. Fox Sports 1 has coverage of the race. The sixth race of the NASCAR Sprint Cup season gets underway on Sunday afternoon with the STP 500 at Martinsville Speedway in Virginia. Fox Sports 1 will have coverage of the event, beginning with NASCAR Raceday at 11:30 a.m. Show More Summary
Joey Logano is second in the NASCAR Sprint Cup points race, but he will start on the pole position at the STP 500 on Sunday afternoon at Martinsville, Va. Logano won the pole on Friday with a qualifying speed of 98.461 mph, the 10th pole of his career and first at Martinsville. Show More Summary
In preparation for next season when he replaces Jeff Gordon, Chase Elliott makes his Sprint Cup Series debut Sunday. On the spectrum of debuts the anticipation falls short of Dale Earnhardt Jr.'s, whose premier series arrival came accompanied with a "Countdown to E-Day" promotion. Show More Summary
The #33 Sprint Cup Racing team faces penalties after the race in Fontana, California.
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
NASCAR's most popular driver Dale Earnhardt Jr. would do just about anything to win a Sprint Cup title, and that includes giving up his favorite hobby, barbecuing, to do it.
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