Aric Almirola grew up two hours from Daytona International Speedway, attended countless races as a kid and even “dreamed about what it would be like to have a chance to race at the highest level at this racetrack.”
Jimmie Johnson’s run at another Sprint Cup title is on and could bring him a piece of NASCAR history.
The Daytona 500 continued its recent run of interruptions with a rain delay only 38 laps into the race.
Kyle Busch made a little history at a pretty big track.
Say hello to the new guys in NASCAR. Don’t worry if you can’t remember them all just yet, because they’re coming in one booming wave.
Jimmie Johnson won his sixth NASCAR championship in eight years Sunday, staking his claims as one of the most dominant competitors in sports history.
It was a wild season finale when Austin Dillon won the NASCAR Nationwide Series championship Saturday, holding off Sam Hornish Jr.
Before anyone engraves Johnson’s name on the Sprint Cup, a little history lesson is needed. While it has been proven that Johnson can win titles, he has also shown that he can lose them.
A big first for Danica Patrick, but an even bigger second for Jimmie Johnson.
Ricky Stenhouse Jr. became the sixth driver to win consecutive championships in NASCAR’s Nationwide Series. He finished sixth Saturday in the season finale at Homestead-Miami Speedway, edging Elliott Sadler for the title.