Tensions Build Ahead Of NASCAR Title RaceAlex Bowman was the only driver celebrating after NASCAR set its championship four — and he's not even racing for the title.
Larson Surges As Others StumbleIt had been more than seven years since Joey Logano was knocked out of a race with an engine failure. The Roush Yates engines had been so reliable that an issue with the powerplant was the least of Team Penske's concerns.
Joe Gibbs Racing Finishes 1-2-3 At RichmondMartin Truex Jr. assumed the lead when Joe Gibbs Racing teammate Kyle Busch was penalized for speeding with about 50 laps to go and won the NASCAR Cup Series race at Richmond Raceway on Saturday night.
Kyle Larson Wins At Watkins GlenKyle Larson took another step toward a regular-season NASCAR Cup title. Chase Elliott lamented a race that he let getaway.
Martin Truex Jr. Dominates At DarlingtonMartin Truex Jr. got nervous in a hurry near the end of his dominating drive at Darlington Raceway.
Truex Wins Again At MartinsvilleMartin Truex Jr. admits to being surprised by his success at Martinsville Speedway.
Hamlin Not Worried About JGR's Youth MovementDenny Hamlin is NASCAR's current points leader and locked in at Joe Gibbs Racing with a contract extension inked at the start of his 17th season with the organization.
Truex Signs Extension With Joe GibbsMartin Truex Jr. has signed a multi-year agreement to stay at Joe Gibbs Racing, where the 2017 NASCAR champion has won eight races in his two years with the team.
Elliott’s Win, Harvick’s LossKevin Harvick was on cruise control all season long, the most dominant driver in NASCAR, coasting into the championship round with a comfortable cushion that left plenty of room for error.
Harvick Takes Southern 500 To Open PlayoffThere was no doubt which of his two Darlington Raceway victories this year Kevin Harvick enjoyed more.
Truex Gets First Win At MartinsvilleMartin Truex Jr. used a trip to NASCAR's shortest track to end a lengthy losing streak on the day the stock car series at long last banned the Confederate flag.
Crew Chief Cole Pearn Leaving NASCARCole Pearn, considered one of the top crew chiefs in NASCAR, is leaving the sport to spend more time with his family.
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.
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.