In Season Dedicated To His Late Son, Gibbs Wins 5th NASCAR TitleJoe Gibbs won the first race, the last race and more than a dozen in between.
Gibbs Carefully Manages 3 Title ContendersJoe Gibbs is a retired Hall of Fame NFL coach with three Super Bowl titles who changed course in his early 50s to wade into NASCAR and see if he couldn't build a second career and a family business.
Logano Will Not Defend NASCAR TitleJoey Logano's promising start to the afternoon fell apart with a slow, helpless slide though the field at ISM Raceway. Now he won't have the opportunity to defend his NASCAR title at Homestead.
Hamlin Wins Must Win Race At PhoenixDenny Hamlin adamantly insisted 'it's not over" after a critical mistake last week put the Daytona 500 winner on the verge of elimination from NASCAR's championship race.
Harvick Wins 3rd Straight Texas Fall RaceKevin Harvick and the Stewart-Haas Racing team had already been preparing for NASCAR's finale. With another win at Texas, they now know they will be racing for a Cup title in two weeks.
Truex Quietly Looking Toward A 2nd NASCAR ChampionshipMartin Truex Jr. struggled on short tracks for 15 years before he finally snapped his streak of futility and swept this season at Richmond.
Logano Crew Member Suspended For Tackling HamlinNASCAR suspended a member of Joey Logano's crew Monday for this weekend's race at Texas after the tire specialist dragged Denny Hamlin to the ground in a chaotic scuffle between the rival drivers.
Truex Rout Creates Chaos In NASCAR's Playoff FieldKyle Busch is slowly coughing away his championship chances and Denny Hamlin and Joey Logano are fighting — again.
Brian France Was Right To Bring Playoffs To NASCARSpoilers, tension, a sense of urgency. Heroes, villains.
Hamlin Wins, Keselowski Falls At Chaotic NASCAR Cut-Off Race At Kansas SpeedwayDenny Hamlin was surrounded by Joe Gibbs Racing teammates at the front on the final restart, and that put Chase Elliott in the most difficult and precarious of situations.
Jones Gets First Career Win In Wild Kansas RaceBrandon Jones raced to his first career Xfinity Series victory Saturday at Kansas Speedway after a lapped car wrecked what was shaping up as an entertaining duel between playoff contenders Chase Briscoe and Christopher Bell.