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NASCAR Truck Series driver Kris Wright has tested positive for COVID-19 and will miss Saturday’s race at Atlanta Motor Speedway.
NASCAR on Monday penalized driver Hailee Deegan for using a slur during a live broadcast of an iRacing event.
Suspended driver Kyle Larson will not only return to NASCAR competition in 2021, but he will do so with one of the sport’s most successful teams.
Michael Jordan’s NASCAR Cup team doesn’t even have an official name yet but its impact across the sport is already being felt far and wide. And NASCAR believes this is just the beginning of enormous possibilities.
NASCAR clearly followed through on big changes to its 2021 Cup Series schedule, including a trio of new road course venues, but more work lies ahead.
NASCAR Cup Series star Denny Hamlin confirmed Monday night he will be involved in fielding a team in 2021 along with NBA legend Michael Jordan that will feature Bubba Wallace as its driver.
Austin Dillon has become the fourth NASCAR driver who has tested positive for COVID-19 and will miss Sunday’s race on the Daytona Road Course.
NASCAR unveiled the remainder of its 2020 schedule on Thursday which keeps the 10-race Cup Series playoff schedule as-is and adds Xfinity and Truck series races.
Seven-time NASCAR Cup Series champion Jimmie Johnson will return to competition this weekend at Kentucky Speedway after being cleared by his doctors.
Penske’s Brad Keselowski solidified his chance to win a second NASCAR Cup Series championship this season but his future remains much more in doubt.
It was shaping up to be a big week for Chase Briscoe. It ended up one clouded with personal tragedy but ultimately lightened by victory.
Once again persistent rain in South Carolina is threatening to disrupt NASCAR’s continued return to live racing.
Even a more than two-month break didn’t appear to slow down Alex Bowman.
I’ve spent more than 20 years covering NASCAR races and witnessed many of the sport’s darkest moments, but never with an instruction manual.
Alex Bowman on Saturday became the latest NASCAR Cup Series free agent to lock down a contract extension, just as the 2020 season is set to resume.
Bubba Wallace, who earlier this month lost a real-world sponsor after abruptly quitting an eNASCAR race, has decided not to participate in this weekend’s event.
NASCAR races remain on hiatus as North Carolina extended its stay-at-home order due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
The second season of the eNASCAR Heat Pro League gets underway Wednesday night with several new competitors and some competition changes.
NASCAR’s desire to begin racing again next month without fans appears to have received a cool response from the North Carolina governor’s office.
NASCAR Cup Series driver Matt Tifft was transported to a local hospital Saturday morning and will sit out all track activity today.
Denny Hamlin held off Chase Elliott in double overtime to win Sunday at Kansas Speedway, which also saw Elliott squeak into the next round of the playoffs.
For the fifth consecutive season, Chase Elliott will compete in the NASCAR Xfinity Series season opener with JR Motorsports.
NASCAR officials feel “pretty good” about the testing of its new aero package but don’t plan to declare any sort of victory.
Testing in NASCAR is typically a selfish endeavor, a driver and team working to make their car the fastest it can be. Las Vegas this week is a different story.
Martin Truex Jr. may have a new home in the Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series but his ride will have a familiar look.
This Sunday’s Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series race at Texas Motor Speedway is going to get a World Wrestling Entertainment (WWE)-style opening.
Timothy Peters had no intentions of curtailing his full-time career driving in the NASCAR Camping World Truck Series but he didn’t have a say in the decision.
Scott Graves will rejoin Roush Fenway Racing next season as crew chief for new driver Ryan Newman.
At 20 years old and less than a year of experience in the NASCAR Cup Series, the prospects of working with a seven-time series champion crew chief might seem a bit intimidating for William Byron.
On this week's edition of the NASCAR Roundtable, we take on the recent rules changes announced by the series, as well as Chase Elliott's return to the prominence and how Talladega will affect the playoffs.