Welcome to the 1/3rd mark of the 2016 Sprint Cup Series season. Since there was so much apparent confusion after Saturday night's All-Star Race, we didn't want to add to the chaos by letting our Power Rankings be affected by a non-points race. Show More Summary
For the second consecutive week, the Sprint Cup Series will compete under the lights at Charlotte Motor Speedway. This week, it’s for a Memorial Day Weekend classic as drivers battle for the illustrious Coca-Cola 600 victory. There are 40 cars entered, meaning all will make the field for Sunday. Show More Summary
Just over a week after Matt Kenseth won his first race of the NASCAR Sprint Cup Series season at Dover International Speedway, primary sponsor Dollar General has announced it will be parting ways with the 2003 Cup Series champion at the end of the 2016 season. Show More Summary
Sprint Cup: Back to the Old Tony Stewart. As they say, where there’s smoke, there’s fire – As Tony Stewart was collected in a crash in Saturday’s Sprint All-Star Race, the veteran driver making his final appearance in the non-pointsShow More Summary
This year’s NASCAR Sprint Cup All-Star Race may be a little hard to follow, especially with the caution at the end of the first segment. Fortunately, driver and grand marshal for the night Tony Stewart isn’t one to mince words about things when he’s unhappy. Read more...
The North Carolina Education Lottery 200 NASCAR Sprint Cup Series race at Charlotte Motor Speedway in Concord, N.C., was delayed from Friday night to Saturday afternoon because of rain at the race track all day and through the night Friday, but when the race finally did take the green flag, Matt Crafton picked up where he [...]
The announcement from Stewart-Haas Racing on Thursday, announcing a contract extension with 2014 NASCAR Sprint Cup Series champion Kevin Harvick that would keep Harvick behind the wheel of the No. 4 Chevrolet-turned-Ford for the next few years sure left some people looking kind of stupid, and that’s probably putting it mildly. The aftermath has left [...]
Welcome to our ninth year of staff predictions! Each week, our experts attempt to tell you who the winner of each Cup race will be. Take a look to see who your favorite writers think will win it all (or at least score some points) this...Show More Summary
By AMANDA VINCENT While the NASCAR Xfinity Series takes the weekend off, the Sprint Cup and Camping World Truck series take to their own backyards with racing at Charlotte Motor Speedway. For the Sprint Cup Series, its All-Star weekend, with the first of two May race weekends at CMS culminating in Saturday night’s running of [...]
We have reached the halfway point in the 2015 NASCAR Sprint Cup season, and while the drivers have descended upon Charlotte, we are still a week away from the Coca-Cola 600. Up first is All-Star weekend, beginning Friday night with the...Show More Summary
Another week, another announcement that a top-finishing NASCAR Sprint Cup race car did not pass post-race inspection — and another slap on the wrist for a race team. In the last two races, here’s what’s happened: most recently, the No. Show More Summary
Are you ready? This weekend marks the most recent running of the NASCAR Sprint Cup All-Star Race in its newest format. Come Saturday night, 20 drivers will take to the track at Charlotte Motor Speedway to go for broke in exchange for...Show More Summary
CHARLOTTE, N.C. (AP) — Stewart-Haas Racing has signed Kevin Harvick to a long-term contract extension, ending speculation that the 2014 Sprint Cup champion wanted to leave. The team announced the signing on Thursday, two days after Harvick sniped on social media about the gossip suggesting he was planning to exit the organization. The speculation began […]
By AMANDA VINCENT Stewart-Haas Racing and 2014 NASCAR Sprint Cup Series champion Kevin Harvick put the rumor to rest, disproving it, by announcing a long-term contract extension to keep Harvick in the SHR driver stable and behind the wheel of the No. 4 Cup entry that will change from Chevrolet to Ford in 2017. “It [...]
The NASCAR Sprint Cup All-Star Race is always a little confusing, as the format changes almost every year . We spoke with 2015 winner Denny Hamlin ahead of Saturday’s All-Star Race, and he’s okay rolling with the changes. Read more....
By AMANDA VINCENT The No. 5 Hendrick Motorsports Chevrolet team of driver Kasey Kahne in the NASCAR Sprint Cup Series has been penalized since failing post-race inspection Sunday at Dover (Del.) International Speedway following the AAA 400 Drive for Autism. The team was docked 15 car owner points, Kahne lost 15 driver points, and crew [...]
NASCAR Sprint Cup driver Kasey Kahne had 15 points deducted from his total in the driver standings for failing rear-axle measurements after Sunday's AAA 400 Drive for Autism at Dover International Speedway, per ESPN.com's Bob Pockrass. NASCAR...Show More Summary
Skim off the cream line from milk in its purest form and you get the Sprint Showdown—a shootout of the also-rans from the Sprint Cup series. This gives them a fair shot at the All-Star Race, which follows on Saturday night, and it also...Show More Summary
The Monster Mile of Dover International Speedway may have been a monster flop in television viewership, per Sports Media Watch. Sunday’s NASCAR Sprint Cup race on Fox Sports 1 earned the race’s lowest Nielsen rating in a decade. Read more...
Like Christopher Walken wanted more cowbell on “Saturday Night Live” back in 2000, I think Dover (Del.) International Speedway should’ve had more SAFER barrier over the recent AAA 400 Drive for Autistm NASCAR Sprint Cup Series race weekend that also included events for the Camping World Truck and Xfinity series. When a Friday practice crash involving [...]