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With "goal accomplished," William Byron looks for more at Dover

William Byron didn’t pick up his first NASCAR Cup Series win Sunday but he did advance in the playoffs and continues to impress his team owner.

Alex Bowman: "Pretty unacceptable" to miss next playoff round

Alex Bowman knows what needs to be done to advance to the next round of the NASCAR Cup Series playoffs and he’s making no excuses.

Stenhouse "blindsided" by firing from Roush Fenway

Ricky Stenhouse Jr. seems just as surprised as everyone else that he will not be back with Roush Fenway Racing in 2020.

Why Kubica’s amazing F1 comeback went wrong Prime

Why Kubica’s amazing F1 comeback went wrong

For Robert Kubica it's been uphill all the way in his long-awaited return to Formula 1 after a debilitating physical injury. But things are getting better and, even though it won't be at Williams, he's keen to stay in F1, he tells Stuart Codling

Daniel Hemric wants his next NASCAR move to be "a big one"

Daniel Hemric doesn’t know his next stop in NASCAR but has been “blown away” by the support he’s received over the past week.

Kevin Harvick's playoff plan: "Hammer away race by race"

Off to a strong start in the NASCAR Cup Series playoffs, don’t expect Kevin Harvick to coast to the next round.

From keeping Caterham alive to rehabilitating Renault Prime

From keeping Caterham alive to rehabilitating Renault

For five years Cyril Abiteboul has been in charge of Renault's Formula 1 presence. The hybrid era put Abiteboul at odds with his counterpart at Red Bull, and prompted Renault to return in force to prove itself again as a manufacturer. But as he explains to Stuart Codling, his career has been eventful even before this latest chapter

Truex's Las Vegas win a reminder "this is what we can do"

Martin Truex Jr. knows people have been asking where his No. 19 Joe Gibbs Racing Toyota team has been lately, even early in Sunday’s race at Las Vegas.

Bubba Wallace: "We get paid to race, not fall in line"

Bubba Wallace isn’t the first to criticize drivers in the NASCAR Cup Series who complain about hard racing from competitors but he may be among the most vocal.

Smith "very keen" to be KTM's Zarco replacement

Bradley Smith admits he is “very keen” on the possibility to return to the factory KTM MotoGP outfit for 2020 following Johann Zarco’s decision to leave the team.

Denny Hamlin is "all in on Vegas," not focused on championship

Denny Hamlin’s goal this season was to be one of the four drivers to compete for the NASCAR Cup Series title at Homestead.

Joey Logano "more confident" than the start of 2018 title run

Joey Logano feels he’s in a much better position entering this year’s NASCAR Cup Series playoffs and we all know how last season turned out for him.

DiBenedetto: Joining Wood Brothers is "unbelievable"

Matt DiBenedetto has insisted all season one of the biggest ways to gain interest from team owners in NASCAR is by earning the respect and notice from fellow competitors. 

Paul Menard still loves racing but "I love my family more"

There was not a particular moment when Paul Menard decided 2019 would be his last in the Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series but the reason behind it has been growing.

Wallace third at Indy: "What the hell? Somebody can drive"

Bubba Wallace didn’t win the Brickyard 400 or qualify for the Cup Series playoffs but still had plenty of reason to celebrate.

Ryan Newman: "Good things need to turn into great things"

Ryan Newman’s fight for a playoff spot in the NASCAR Cup Series is going down to the wire but it’s not necessarily a bad place to be.

Conor Daly’s year-long audition for a full-time IndyCar ride

Conor Daly has impressed at every IndyCar race weekend in which he’s played an active role this year, and few of his peers could claim the same. Ahead of only his seventh start of the season – spread across three different teams – Daly explains to David Malsher why he’s better prepared than ever to take advantage of a full-time opportunity in 2020.

Briscoe: "We can surprise a lot of people" in Xfinity playoffs

The “Big 3” of Christopher Bell, Cole Custer and Tyler Reddick have dominated most of the NASCAR Xfinity Series this season but Chase Briscoe would like to make it four.

Clint Bowyer predicts Indy playoff race to be "a hell of a show"

Clint Bowyer is eyeing the opportunity to grab the NASCAR playoff prize this weekend but also wants so much more.

Winning at Cup level "biggest challenge" of Erik Jones' life

Erik Jones didn’t need additional motivation to win but watching your three teammates rack up victories over the course of a season didn’t sit well with him.

Newman: "I did what I needed to do" battling DiBenedetto

Ryan Newman is standing his ground, asserting that he did not nothing wrong while battling Matt DiBenedetto in the closing laps at Bristol Motor Speedway.

Jimmie Johnson: "I can’t wait to shut-up the keyboard warriors"

Nobody wants to see Jimmie Johnson’s winless streak end more than Johnson and missing the NASCAR playoffs won’t change that desire.

Earnhardt Jr. opens up on plane crash: "I just feel very lucky"

Dale Earnhardt Jr. was filled with mixed emotions as he made his return to the race track Friday, the first time since he and his family survived a fiery plane crash earlier this month in Tennessee.

Christopher Bell's path to Xfinity championship is 'spot on'

Christopher Bell certainly had a championship-like season in 2018 but unfortunately it didn’t end that way.