Chad Knaus Gets VP Job With Hendrick MotorsportsChad Knaus will move into a management role with Hendrick Motorsports after the season, ending his crew chief career after a record-tying seven NASCAR championships.
NASCAR's Silly Season Will Change The LandscapeThere were two early warning signs that NASCAR was heading into its most unpredictable "silly season" in decades.
Byron Gets First Wins To Reach Cup Series playoffsWilliam Byron snaked his way through a smoky crash late Saturday night at Daytona International Speedway and narrowly avoided another melee a few laps later.
NASCAR's Johnson Back In His Car This WeekendSeven-time NASCAR champion Jimmie Johnson has twice tested negative for the coronavirus and will race Sunday at Kentucky Speedway.
Elliott Expects To Be In Contention Every RaceChase Elliott has been tantalizingly close to winning NASCAR races so many times it's hard for him not to be disappointed.
Hendrick Motorsports Extends Alex BowmanAlex Bowman has signed a one-year contract extension to remain with Hendrick Motorsports through 2021.
Bowman’s Virtual Victory Makes It 3 Straight For HendrickTalladega Superspeedway wasn't immune from "The Big One" or a typical overtime finish, even in virtual racing.
Bowman Gets 2nd NASCAR Win At Fontana, Burton Gets 1st Xfinity WinBowman raced to his second career NASCAR Cup Series victory Sunday, holding off Kyle and Kurt Busch at Fontana.
Johnson Ready To Move On With Life After NASCARJimmie Johnson handed out mini bottles of Patron at his retirement announcement — so perfectly on-brand for the cool Californian who stormed to a record-tying seven NASCAR championships yet somehow bored fans who found him too vanilla for their liking.
Joe Gibbs Shows NASCAR Power, But Others Find HopeMartin Truex Jr. left no doubt at the Coca-Cola 600 that Joe Gibbs Racing remains the powerhouse team.
Hendrick Vows To ReboundRick Hendrick worked too hard building NASCAR's top organization to tolerate mediocrity. If his teams had simply been average last season he might not rate it as one of the worst in team history.
Chevy Corvette Stingray Auction Helps Raise $2.2M For Karmanos Cancer InstituteThe Barbara Ann Karmanos Cancer Institute's Annual Dinner, April 20, has already raised more than $2.2 million toward its $2.5 million goal, thanks in part to the auction of the first regular retail production 2014 Chevrolet Corvette Stingray Convertible, donated by Chevrolet.