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Kyle Busch won for the first time this season to extend a 16-season streak while his penalized teammate missed a chance to secure a spot in the championship in the NASCAR playoff race at Texas that finished Wednesday, three days after it started.
Harrison Burton stormed past Noah Gragson in the final turn Saturday at Texas Motor Speedway to win the Xfinity Series race and deny Gragson a spot in the championship round.
IndyCar opened the second week of March giddy to finally start its season. The coronavirus seemed so far away from the downtown streets of St. Petersburg and teams poured into the city eager to shake off six months of rust and race again.
Chase Elliott insists he has worried less about the points situation during this NASCAR season than ever before, and that might just be the right approach for those Cup drivers still with championship hopes.
Lewis Hamilton edged out Mercedes teammate Valtteri Bottas to take pole position for the Portuguese Grand Prix on Saturday.
Denny Hamlin said there was never a question about the car number for Michael Jordan's new NASCAR team in partnership with the three-time Daytona 500 champion. Determining the name and a logo were a bit more of a balance.
Scott Dixon has controlled IndyCar’s title race since the start of this disrupted start-and-stop season. Reigning champion Josef Newgarden remained undeterred and slowed Dixon's runaway rout.
Scott McLaughlin at last will make his IndyCar debut in Sunday's season finale on the streets of downtown St. Petersburg, Florida.
Picking the car number for Michael Jordan's new NASCAR team was a slam dunk: Bubba Wallace will drive the No. 23 car when the team makes its debut next season.
Jimmie Johnson will transition from NASCAR to IndyCar with Chip Ganassi Racing in a partnership that could pair two of the most dominant drivers of this generation on one team.
A GRIP ON SPORTS • It ain’t fair, I tell ya. No way it’s already September. Nope, not going to listen to that crud. Summer wasn’t summer, ya know? No way school should be starting and the nights should be growing colder. We need a do-over on June, July and August. Deserve one. Heck, even the sports world seems to agree.
DAYTONA BEACH, Fla. – Long after a fireworks extravaganza lit up Daytona International Speedway and well after William Byron and his Hendrick Motorsports team ended their celebration in victory lane, Jimmie Johnson found a moment to reflect.
A GRIP ON SPORTS • What are Saturday mornings supposed to be about? This time of year? Football, of course. Chewing over last night’s prep games. Preparing a menu of today’s college ones. And soon, anticipating Sunday’s feast of NFL contests.
NASCAR drivers do not plan to skip Saturday night’s race at Daytona International Speedway to raise awareness of social and racial injustices.
Racing at Daytona International Speedway always comes with a hefty dose of drama.
A GRIP ON SPORTS • Do you ever make your own hot sauce? Not from scratch, but by mixing a little of one sauce with a little of another, along with a dash of a third? That’s sort of where we are today.
Denny Hamlin zipped past teammate Martin Truex Jr. with less than 10 laps to go and won the NASCAR Cup Series race Saturday at Dover International Speedway.
INDIANAPOLIS – The Indianapolis 500 has been stripped almost to the bone for the 104th running of “The Greatest Spectacle in Racing.”
INDIANAPOLIS – Roger Penske won’t try to hide his disappointment that he can’t open the gates to spectators for his first Indianapolis 500 as steward of the iconic event.
Kyle Larson has been working behind the scenes to educate himself on racial issues since his firing from NASCAR for using the N-word.