New Pairing of Johnson & Ally Financial Signals New Opportunities
In a season of change for seven-time champion Jimmie Johnson comes a new sponsor. Ally Financial- a digital bank with a focus on auto loans- will be his new sponsor. ... more
Change Will Do Knaus, Johnson Good
Few things last forever- especially race car driver and crew chief pairings. Given that, the combo of seven-time champion and crew chief Chad Knaus have defied the od... more
Elliott Didn’t Spend Long “Chasing” Second Win
Chase Elliott won't go down in history as a one-hit wonder. The son of the legendary "Awesome Bill from Dawsonville" Elliott follows his victory at Watkins Glen with ... more
Just How Lucky Was Ryan Blaney?
[caption id="attachment_688518" align="aligncenter" width="520"] during the Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series Bank of America Roval 400 at Charlotte Motor Speedway on Sept... more
Some Notable Names Among Winless Drivers
So Kurt Busch got his first win of the season last Saturday. He knocked on the door patiently, and kicked it in at Bristol. If you thought he was bound to eventually ... more
The Big 3? How About Kevin Harvick As The Big 1?
Make it seven, as in seven wins for Kevin Harvick this season. You have to go back a ways for a season where a driver hit double digits in wins. You'd have ... more
Kevin Harvick Makes History, Makes Statement
Mission accomplished. After all hoo ha about his win at Las Vegas, Kevin Harvick determined he would race with a purpose at Phoenix. While he didn't have a dominant c... more
2018 Cup Teams Preview: Hendrick Motorsports Gets Younger
For the next few days, we will offer a team-by-team, driver-by-driver preview of the 2018 season in the Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series. Who ever thought we'd see t... more
Will Chevrolet Be Shut Out Of The Final Four?
Heading into Phoenix International Raceway, three of the final four contenders have punched their tickets to the club. By virtue of wins, Kyle Busch and Kevin Harvick... more
NASCAR Consistent In Their Inconsistency
They've shot themselves in the foot so many times, it's a wonder that NASCAR hasn't needed an amputation. Once again, the National Association for Stock Car Auto Racing h... more