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Leavine Family Racing buys its own charter for 2017 Cup season

Leavine Family Racing confirmed Thursday that it has purchased an ownership charter which will be used to field a full-time entry in the Sprint Cup Series in 2017.

Matt Borland to get a head start on new gig with RCR

Matt Borland’s crew chief responsibilities with Richard Childress Racing will get a head start this weekend with Ty Dillon at Homestead-Miami Speedway.

Parrott joins Circle Sport-Leavine Family Racing

Veteran crew chief Todd Parrott, who has guided the #95 Chevrolet when Ty Dillon has piloted the car in six races this season, will oversee the Circle Sport-Leavine Family Racing for the rest of the year. 

NASCAR suspends Truex crew chief, penalizes several other teams

NASCAR has issued fined and docked points from several Sprint Cup teams today, including Martin Truex Jr., who left Atlanta second in the championship standings after finishing 7th.

Can-Am Duels preview: One last shot to make the Daytona 500

With the charter system locking 36 teams into the race and a reduced field size of 40 cars, that means there are just four spots up for grabs in the 58th running of the Daytona 500.

Roush cars forced to change rear gears as McDowell leads practice

Thirty-six drivers participated in the third Sprint Cup practice on Wednesday.

Derek White to make Sprint Cup debut at New Hampshire

White has teamed up with Circle Sport for the 19th Cup race of the season.

Changes are coming to Richard Childress Racing

Crew chief swap in the works for Nos. 3 and 33 Sprint Cup teams.

Not the finish Kyle Busch needed

Busch knocked out of contention at Dover by Brian Scott.

Circle Sport Racing plans appeal

Team owner Joe Falk calls penalties stemming from rear suspension pieces "too severe".

BUSTED: The No. 33 Circle Sport Chevy popped with a P4 penalty

Slugger Labbe suspended for three races and fined $50,000.

Leavine Family Racing to run six of the final seven races this year

The underdog outlet is hoping to end their 2014 season on a high note.

Familiar faces Hornish and McDowell return to action with owner points title implications

Seven races remain on the NASCAR Nationwide Series schedule and the owner points championship looks to be a two-horse race as the season unwinds.

Ty Dillon set to make his NASCAR Cup debut at Atlanta

Will join brother Austin in the field driving the number 33 Chevrolet.

Stewart-Haas Racing plans to test at New Hampshire ahead of the Chase

SHR is prepping for the Chase with plans to test at NHMS in September.

Chevy NSCS at Talladega One: Qualifying notes and quotes

Brian Scott: "This Chevy SS was really fast, and we were able to get the draft and the right suck (up) right there at the last second to get the pole."

Brian Scott earns first Sprint Cup pole at Talladega

Talladega qualifying saw a new driver earn pole position.

Edwards wins wet one in Bristol

Roush Fenway Racing added a Bristol win to Ford's big weekend.

Brian Scott captures Daytona 500 starting position after a fifth-place finish in the Daytona Duel

The 26-year-old native of Idaho chose the top line around the track and it paid off.

Cassill takes another shot at Daytona success

Landon Cassill knows the promise of Daytona International Speedway.

Media day at Charlotte Motor Speedway

NASCAR President Mike Helton dropped the green flag on the 32nd annual NASCAR Sprint Media Tour

Good news for Landon Cassill

Cassill will replace veteran Mike Wallace as the team's lead driver.

3 Champs, 1 Goal: Become the penultimate warrior

Just two NASCAR Sprint Cup Series remain to determine those who will make it in this year's Chase for the championship. Johnson, Bowyer and Kenseth are secured no matter the outcome at Atlanta.