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  • Media Tour
    NBC claims 'collective effort' on inconsistent NASCAR start times for 2015
    NASCAR released the start times for its three top touring series Tuesday. Unlike years past however, races this year will start at times that seem inconsistent in comparison; especially in the second half of the season when NBC Sports returns...
  • Kyle Busch wants to see more cooperation between Toyota team partners
    Kyle Busch wants to see more cooperation between Toyota team partners
    Kyle Busch is not only frustrated at being confused with his brother Kurt’s domestic troubles with ex-girlfriend Patricia Driscoll, he has openly admitted to wishing that Toyota partners Joe Gibbs Racing and Michael Waltrip Racing would...
  • Brian Vickers, driver of the #55 Aaron's Dream Machine Toyota, talks to Michael Waltrip, driver of the #66 MyAFibStory.com Toyota, during an interview with Miss Coors Light, Rachel Rupert, in 2014 at Talladega
    Michael Waltrip and Brett Moffitt to sub for Brian Vickers at Daytona, Atlanta
    Michael Waltrip will substitute for the recovering Brian Vickers and drive the No. 55 Toyota in the 2015 Daytona 500, where he will attempt to win his third Great American Race, and Brett Moffitt, who made his NASCAR Sprint Cup debut in 2014, will...
  • Carl Edwards
    Carl Edwards ready to be the best driver he can be
    Carl Edwards took a big leap of faith at the end of last season. The 35-year-old Columbia Missouri native decided to leave the only team he has raced for since coming into NASCAR in 2004, Roush-Fenway Racing. Edwards signed with Joe Gibbs Racing...
  • Joe Weatherly - 2015 NASCAR Hall of Fame inductee
    NASCAR 101: 2015 NASCAR Hall of Fame inductees
    The NASCAR Hall of Fame inducts five new members on Friday, January 30th, including three past champions, a trailblazer for diversity and one of NASCAR’s first true “superstars.”Bill Elliott – the 1988 Cup Series champion...
  • Kenzie Ruston - 2014
    NASCAR announces 2015 D4D class
    NASCAR’s Drive for Diversity Program, which has played a pivotal role in the careers of 2014 Sprint Cup Rookie of the Year Kyle Larson and Xfinity Series drivers Darrell Wallace Jr. and Daniel Suarez, unveiled its 2015 class of six drivers...
  • Brian France
    No big news during NASCAR’s state of the sport address
    Unlike year’s past, there were no big news announcements during NASCAR’s “state of the sport” address Monday. The first event on the week long NASCAR Media Tour, NASCAR Chairman Brian France has used the event in previous...
  • Hornish
    Richard Petty Motorsports 2015: New Blood Bringing New Hope
    When the 2014 season ended, Richard Petty Motorsports found itself again in a way of transition. The team has seen drivers come and go, and even downsized from a four-car operation down to only two teams.After the checkered flag waved at Homestead...
  • A first time winner
    A young driver to watch
    On a recent trip to Asheville, NC (my hometown) we were visiting old friends and they had several Christmas gifts for us. There was one that they asked us to open last since it was a special surprise. When we finally got around to opening it, the...
  • Despite tearful retirement announcement Gordon maybe back part-time in future
    Despite tearful retirement announcement Gordon maybe back part-time in future
    With tears running down his face, 4-time NASCAR champ Jeff Gordon announced that this will be his last season behind the wheel as a full-time driver. Gordon, 43 has spent his entire 23-year career driving the No. 24 Chevy SS car for Hendricks...
  • Jeff Gordon
    Jeff Gordon to retire: 2015 will be last season for the '24' driver
    The announcement finally came that Jeff Gordon is to retire at the end of the 2015 racing season. While the news isn't unexpected, his long-time fans are disappointed. Gordon has been a staple in the NASCAR arena for several years. He has won...
  • NASCAR: Jeff Gordon, 'emotional' but 'right time' for last season in 2015
    NASCAR: Jeff Gordon, 'emotional' but 'right time' for last season in 2015
    Saying it was an "emotional" day but the "right time," four-time NASCAR Champion racer Jeff Gordon, driver of the #24 Chevrolet, announced on Thursday, January 22, that 2015 would be his last season as a full-time competitor in...
  • Jeff Gordon
    Jeff Gordon: This is the right time
    NASCAR champion Jeff Gordon made the surprising announcement Thursday that he will step away as a full time NASCAR driver at the end of the 2015 season. Talk of the four-time Sprint Cup champion leaving the top tier NASCAR Sprint Cup series has...
  • Jeff Gordon speaks during the 2014 NASCAR Sprint Cup Series Awards at Wynn Las Vegas on December 5, 2014 in Las Vegas, Nevada.
    Jeff Gordon announces 2015 will be his last NASCAR season
    Jeff Gordon, driver of the #24 Chevrolet, made the announcement today in Concord, N.C., that 2015 will be his final full-time Sprint Cup Series season. Gordon made the announcement to the crew of the #24 Hendrick Motorsports team this morning, a...
  • Jeff Gordon
    NASCAR champion Jeff Gordon announces retirement from full time racing
    Four time NASCAR champion Jeff Gordon made the stunning announcement Thursday that the 2015 NASCAR Sprint Cup season will be his final year of full-time competition. This year will mark his 2rd season, and has he announced Thursday morning, his...