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NASCAR mailbag: Should Indianapolis still host a Sprint Cup Series race?

The lack of fans at the Brickyard 400, Tony Stewart’s future, and the suspension of Kevin Harvick’s crew chief are among the topics in this week’s mailbag. He may have stormed to a commanding Brickyard 400 victory, but the attention wasn't on Kyle Busch Sunday. Show More Summary

NASCAR announces start times, TV coverage for 2017 season

The majority of races are moving to a later start time next year. In an attempt to obtain higher television ratings, NASCAR is shifting the start times for several Sprint Cup races in 2017 from early afternoon to mid-afternoon. Just two races will retain a traditional 1 p.m. Show More Summary

NASCAR pushes back numerous race start times in 2017

NASCAR wants you to watch more often (Getty). If you like your racing later in the day, you’re going to be happy to see the 2017 NASCAR schedule. NASCAR released the start times of Sprint Cup Series races on Wednesday and many races, including the Daytona 500, will start an hour or so later than they do in 2016. Show More Summary

Rodney Childers suspended for Pocono

By AMANDA VINCENT Rodney Childers, crew chief for the No. 4 Stewart-Haas Racing Chevrolet team of Kevin Harvick in the NASCAR Sprint Cup Series, has been suspended by NASCAR for Sunday’s race at Pocono Raceway in Long Pond, Pa., as a result of a lug nut being missing or improperly installed at the end of [...]

Paul Menard gets new crew chief

By AMANDA VINCENT Paul Menard, driver of the No. 27 Richard Childress Racing Chevrolet in the NASCAR Sprint Cup Series will have a new crew chief atop his pit box for Sunday’s race at Pocono Raceway in Long Pond, Pa. Danny Stockman is the new crew chief on the No. 27 team, effectively immediately, according [...]

Stewart-Haas Racing expands to Xfinity Series

By AMANDA VINCENT NASCAR Sprint Cup Series team Stewart-Haas Racing, co-owned by three-time Sprint Cup championship driver Tony Stewart and Gene Haas, announced on Monday plans to expand its competitive efforts to the NASCAR Xfinity Series in 2017. “In order to maintain the competitiveness that has earned SHR two championships since our debut in 2009, [...]

Earnhardt Jr. heading to docs 'soon' for update to help determine Watkins Glen status

Dale Earnhardt Jr. will miss his third race of the season at Pocono (Getty). Dale Earnhardt Jr. will soon find out about his potential status for the Aug. 7 Sprint Cup race at Watkins Glen. Earnhardt Jr. has missed the last two Cup races...Show More Summary

Is Kyle Busch's Virtuosity Sapping the Life out of NASCAR?

Kyle Busch has done it all; at Indianapolis Motor Speedway, anyway. The reigning Sprint Cup champion started on the pole and dominated both the Combat Wounded Coalition 400, the featured event, and Saturday's Xfinity Series race, the Lilly Diabetes 250. Show More Summary

Kyle Busch makes history at Indianapolis

By AMANDA VINCENT Kyle Busch continued his weekend dominance of Indianapolis Motor Speedway on Sunday, leading all but 21 laps of the Combat Wounded Coalition 400 at the Brickyard (Brickyard 400) NASCAR Sprint Cup Series race at Indianapolis Motor Speedway en route to his fourth win of the season. “This Skittles Camry was awesome,” Busch [...]

Jimmie Johnson’s name misspelled on pit stall at Brickyard 400

Jimmy Johnson is a former football coach; Jimmie Johnson is a champion NASCAR driver. With six Sprint Cup championships on his résumé, Jimmie Johnson is a fairly recognizable figure within NASCAR and is one of the sport's star drivers. Show More Summary

Danica Patrick: It's 'miserable' running in 20th place

Danica Patrick is 24th in the points standings in 2016 (Getty). Danica Patrick wants to be running better in the Sprint Cup Series. And she knows that progress will come in steps rather than all at once. Patrick is currently 24th in the standings through the first 19 races of 2016. Show More Summary

Brickyard 400 live stream: Time, TV schedule and how to watch NASCAR at Indianapolis Motor Speedway online

Jeff Gordon is back, but Indianapolis will mark his first Sprint Cup race in a car not numbered 24. Through an assortment of sponsors and varying paint schemes in a career spanning 23 years, it was a constant in each of Jeff Gordon's 798 Cup Series starts that never did he compete in a race without the No. Show More Summary

Kyle Busch wins Xfinity Series race and Sprint Cup pole at Indianapolis

Kyle Busch led all but one lap Saturday to win the NASACAR Xfinity Series race at Indianapolis for the second consecutive year.  The 2015 Sprint Cup champion beat Kevin Harvick by 0.415 seconds in the race that went 61 laps instead of the 60 scheduled. Paul Menard was third, 1.338 seconds back. ...

Kyle Busch claims Brickyard pole

By AMANDA VINCENT Kyle Busch claimed his second NASCAR Sprint Cup Series pole of 2016 but his first at Indianapolis Motor Speedway on Saturday by turning in a 48l.745-second/184.634 mph lap in the third of three rounds of qualifying for Sunday’s Combat Wounded Coalition 400 at the Brickyard, more commonly known as the Brickyard 400. [...]

NASCAR at Indianapolis 2016: Start Time, Ticket Info, Lineup, TV Schedule, More

Jeff Gordon returns to the NASCAR Sprint Cup Series Sunday at the Brickyard 400 in Indianapolis, branded as the Combat Wounded Coalition 400. Call it perfect timing for the event at Indianapolis Motor Speedway, as Gordon will hop into a car in place of the injured Dale Earnhardt Jr. Show More Summary

Jeff Gordon has spent week doing 'everything I possibly can' to prep for Indy

Jeff Gordon returns to the Cup Series this weekend (Getty). INDIANAPOLIS – Jeff Gordon said he’s been cramming like a college student for a final over the last few days to prepare for his return to the Sprint Cup Series. “I’m going to...Show More Summary

NASCAR schedule, weather outlook for Indianapolis Motor Speedway

By AMANDA VINCENT The NASCAR Sprint Cup and Xfinity series head to the historic Indianapolis Motor Speedway for the Brickyard 400 race weekend. Actually, the Sprint Cup Series race that will close out the Indy race weekend on Sunday officially carries the moniker of The Combat Wounded Coalition 400 at the Brickyard. Still, most fans [...]

Tony Stewart inducted into USAC Hall of Fame

By AMANDA VINCENT Three-time NASCAR Sprint Cup Series championship driver and Stewart-Haas Racing co-owner Tony Stewart will be inducted into the USAC Hall of Fame on Thursday night in a ceremony at Lucas Oil Raceway in Brownsburg, Ind., near Indianapolis. Stewart is one of only six USAC “Triple Crown” champions. He became the first driver to [...]

Michael Annett gets new crew chief

By AMANDA VINCENT Michael Annett, driver of the No. 46 HScott Motorsports Chevrolet in the NASCAR Sprint Cup Series, will have a new crew chief, beginning with Sunday’s race at Indianapolis Motor Speedway. According to a release from the race team, detailing personnel changes, Mike Hillman Sr. will replace Jay Guy atop the No. 46 [...]

Jeff Gordon to replace Dale Earnhardt Jr. at Indianapolis and Pocono

  Jeff Gordon is making his return to the Sprint Cup Series on Sunday at Indianapolis Motor Speedway. Hendrick Motorsports announced Wednesday the four-time Sprint Cup Series champion would take the place of Dale Earnhardt Jr. in the No. Show More Summary

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