David Ragan's whirlwind season in the NASCAR Sprint Cup Series has taken another turn as it was announced Tuesday that the veteran will drive the Michael Waltrip Racing No. 55 car for the remainder of the 2015 campaign. With Brian Vickers...Show More Summary
Just when this whole 2015 driver substitute situation in the NASCAR Sprint Cup Series couldn’t get any more convoluted, Michael Waltrip threw yet another monkey wrench into the whole situation. For a refresher, in case you need one, and I know that I’ve sure needed a reminder at times, here it goes: - Brett Moffitt/Michael [...]
By AMANDA VINCENT Michael Waltrip Racing announced on Tuesday morning that David Ragan will drive the organization’s No. 55 Toyota in the NASCAR Sprint Cup Series for the remainder of the 2015 season, beginning with the race at Kansas Speedway in Kansas City on May 9. Team co-owner Michael Waltrip will race the car Sunday [...]
The NASCAR Sprint Cup Series will travel to Talladega, Alabama, this week for the Geico 500. Talladega is the hardest track to predict a winner. Any driver who starts the race has a realistic chance of going to Victory Lane. All it takes is one wreck to take out half of the field. Show More Summary
In his first career Sprint Cup start last month at Martinsville, it was pretty clear that the normally cool and collected Chase Elliott was a wee bit nervous. Well, as cool, collected and wee bit nervous as a 19-year-old can be. After...Show More Summary
Now that Kurt Busch has finally closed one deal—winning a Sprint Cup race and securing a spot in the Chase for the Sprint Cup, all eyes will be watching to see if he can close the other deal. It’s the one that has dogged him all his career. Show More Summary
The rest of the competition got a leg up on Kurt Busch to start the 2015 Sprint Cup season after NASCAR suspended the 2004 points champion for the first three races of the year. On Sunday, Busch made up for lost time. He led 291 laps of the Toyota Owners 400 en route to a checkered flag, which cements his place in the Chase for the Sprint Cup title. Show More Summary
Some of the commentators covering Kurt Busch’s phenomenal driving as of late have uncomfortably tried to frame it as a Cinderella-style comeback. Mike Joy cranked that awkwardness up to 11 today, declaring Busch’s Sprint Cup Toyota Owners 400 win as going “from suspension to redemption.” Read more...
By AMANDA VINCENT After rain delayed the Toyota Owners 400 NASCAR Sprint Cup Series race at Richmond (Va.) International Speedway from Saturday night to Sunday afternoon, Kurt Busch turned in a career performance, leading a career-high 291 laps before driving into victory lane to celebrate his first win of 2015. “It’s an incredible feeling,” Busch [...]
Joey Logano currently ranks second in the NASCAR Sprint Cup Series points leaderboard, but he'll start first on Sunday, in pole position for the Toyota Owners 400 from Richmond International Raceway in Virginia. Logano captured the pole...Show More Summary
As expected - rain won the day and washed out Saturday night's Toyota Owners 400 Sprint Cup race at Richmond International Raceway. NASCAR postponed the race until 1 p.m. EDT on Sunday. Will they race or will rain be a problem once again? The...Show More Summary
The ninth race of the 2015 NASCAR Sprint Cup season will get underway in Richmond, just a day after originally planned. After rain forced postponement of the Toyota Owners 400 on Saturday night, the race will be run on Sunday afternoon...Show More Summary
Mother Nature has not been kind to NASCAR lately. After last weekend’s wild rain-fueled ride, this weekend has been delayed entirely to the next day. Miss today’s Sprint Cup action? You missed exactly nothing. The entire race has been postponed to 1:00 PM ET Sunday on Fox. Read more...
The Mirai will lead the 43-car field on a parade lap before the green flag at the Toyota Owners 400, part of NASCAR's main Sprint Cup series.
BY AMANDA VINCENT Joey Logano claimed his third pole of the 2015 NASCAR Sprint Cup season, so far, on Friday, after posting a 21.248-second/127.071 mph lap during the final round of qualifying at Richmond (Va.) International Speedway for Saturday’s Toyota Owners 400. “It was surprising to say the least,” Logano said. “That is [...]
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Forecast has not changed and it is looking more and more likely that Saturday night's Sprint Cup race will be a washout. With rain in the forecast for Sunday, can get NASCAR get the Toyota Owners 400 in before the weekend is over? IShow More Summary
The NASCAR Sprint Cup Series makes its initial visit of the 2015 season to Richmond International Raceway on Saturday night. The Toyota Owners 400 marks the ninth race of the campaign and first of two at the track, which the teams will...Show More Summary
Dan Bilzarian is new face of NASCAR... well, at least for one race... 'cause the billionaire playboy's grill will be on the front hood of a car competing in Saturday's Sprint Cup Race... TMZ Sports has learned. So, how the hell did he make…
The NASCAR Sprint Cup Series makes a stop this week at Richmond International Raceway for the Toyota Owners 400. The Saturday night showcase is the first of two races at the track this season. Joey Logano is the defending champion of the venue's spring race. Nobody has been able to touch Kevin Harvick so far in 2015. Show More Summary