Kevin Harvick discusses breaking his Nationwide Series winless streak, the focus he has gained in being just a driver and not an owner, his Chase chances, the crew chief swap, the Kurt Busch rumors, and fatherhood.
NASCAR K&N Pro Series East driver Kyle Larson talks about how much he races, what his time table for getting to the Sprint Cup Series is, and his biggest racing accomplishment.
Expect a barn burner among the Chase-hopeful drivers at Richmond, feel some sympathy for Truex Jr., and sift through the Silly Season answers.
Stewart poles, Truex tops, Gresham debuts, and Patrick avoids finger penalty.
Martin Truex Jr. talks to News/Talk WSB about Bristol, Atlanta, the Chase, his contract, and rivals.
Jeff Gordon compares NASCAR now to when he began 20 years ago and tells of his biggest win.
Kasey Kahne stands pat to make the Chase, but other wild card drivers keep scuffling.
A great finish trumps complaints of a slick track at the end of the Watkins Glen race.
Brothers Austin and Ty Dillon are backing up expectations with results, as their future in NASCAR materializes. Also: much more to watch for in Sprint Cup Silly Season than big name free agents and surely a memorable night to come at Gresham Motorsports Park.
Does Dale Earnhardt Jr.'s points lead really mean anything? Why Danica Patrick's 2013 plans are too early. John Wes Townley get sa shot at the big leagues and some good signs in the NASCAR economy.
A.J. Allmendinger's failed drug tests could prove fatal to his up and down Cup career.
Besides Ty Dillon, stats show the Camping World Truck Series rookie class has struggled mightily.
19-year-old Max Gresham will not be driving the No. 24 at Iowa Speedway this weekend, as he and JDM have parted ways.
Matt Kenseth's decision to leave Roush Fenway Racing blindsided Jack Roush. What changed in NASCAR that led this to happen?
The huge announcement of Matt Kenseth's departure from Roush Fenway Racing affects many and says a lot.
Kurt Busch's suspension is big news, but drivers' attitudes toward hard questions is also a big issue.
Dario Franchitti won his third-career Indianapolis 500 Sunday. But that might not have been had he taken a different course a few years ago.
After a couple of weeks off, let's talk the reason for soft racing, the Busch Time Bomb, and the NASCAR biggest up-and-coming star.
Racing or wrecking? Tony Stewart and Brad Keselowski outline a big disconnect in NASCAR.
Bill Elliott, David Stremme, Jason Bowles, and Brad Sweet talk Talladega this weekend and much more.