CONCORD, N.C. – Front Row Motorsports announced Tuesday that the organization will field three full-time entries in the 2010 NASCAR Sprint Cup season.
CONCORD, N.C. – The 2010 NASCAR Sprint Cup rookie class is the antithesis of the usual suspects. There are no big-time teams here.
As the Cup season hits the homestretch this weekend, there’s an all-star cast of drivers who have yet to earn themselves a crumb.
Jimmie Johnson, Rick Hendrick and Lowe’s announcing a contract extension shouldn’t be a big surprise to anyone.
One week after wrecking in Texas, points leader Jimmie Johnson set out to prove the No. 48 team deserves a record-setting fourth straight title.
If last weekend’s race at Talladega was disappointing for fans and drivers, this weekend’s Dickies 500 was full of excitement from the drop of the green flag.
Entering this weekend’s race at Talladega Superspeedway, everyone knew Sunday’s (Nov. 2) AMP Energy 500 would be one of the wildest races of 2009.
In the end it was Virginia-native Denny Hamlin who was able to hold off Johnson on a green/white/checkered finish to score his third win of 2009.
Few observers thought the unsponsored, single-car team of TRG Motorsports would make it through an entire season – least of all owner Kevin Buckler.
CONCORD, N.C. – Richard Childress visited the media center at Lowe’s Motor Speedway Saturday to field questions about his nomination to the NASCAR Hall of Fame.
CONCORD, N.C. – We’ve heard this story before, but Jimmie Johnson was the dominant car for the last time cars will be on track before the race this weekend.
CONCORD, N.C. – In a continuation of the first practice and qualifying from yesterday, Jimmie Johnson was the fastest driver in the second practice this weekend for the NASCAR Banking 500. Johnson laid down a lap of 28.852 seconds on his very first lap on the track, which correlates to a 187.162-mph lap. Johnson has …