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The organizing body for multiple racing series including the Sprint Cup (formerly known as the Nextel Cup and Winston Cup) featuring the Daytona 500 as well as the two smaller racing series, the Nationwide Series (formerly known as the Busch Grand Nationals) and the Camping World Truck Series (formerly known as the Craftsman Truck Series. The biggest names in NASCAR racing include Jeff Gordon, Jimmie Johnson, Tony Stewart, Dale Earnhardt, Dale Earnhardt Jr., Mark Martin, Bill Elliott, Michael Waltrip, Darrell Waltrip, Kurt Busch, Kyle Busch, Kevin Harvick, Matt Kenseth, Richard Petty, Lee Petty, Cale Yarborough, David Pearson, Bobby Allison, Rusty Wallace, Ned Jarrett, Dale Jarrett, Junior J... Show more »
The organizing body for multiple racing series including the Sprint Cup (formerly known as the Nextel Cup and Winston Cup) featuring the Daytona 500 as well as the two smaller racing series, the Nationwide Series (formerly known as the Busch Grand Nationals) and the Camping World Truck Series (formerly known as the Craftsman Truck Series. The biggest names in NASCAR racing include Jeff Gordon, Jimmie Johnson, Tony Stewart, Dale Earnhardt, Dale Earnhardt Jr., Mark Martin, Bill Elliott, Michael Waltrip, Darrell Waltrip, Kurt Busch, Kyle Busch, Kevin Harvick, Matt Kenseth, Richard Petty, Lee Petty, Cale Yarborough, David Pearson, Bobby Allison, Rusty Wallace, Ned Jarrett, Dale Jarrett, Junior Johnson, Fireball Roberts, Fred Lorenzen, Ricky Rudd, Terry Labonte, Jeff Burton, Bobby Labonte, Benny Parsons, Davey Allison, Buddy Baker, Geoffrey Bodine, Neil Bonnett, Carl Edwards, Marvin Panch, Greg Biffle, Denny Hamlin, Ernie Irvan and Ryan Newman. « Show less

Top NASCAR Articles

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  • Torrey Smith: 'We need to bring multiple championships back to Baltimore'

    Torrey Smith: 'We need to bring multiple championships back to Baltimore'
    Hunkering down over a bowl of cereal with students from Chase Elementary in Middle River, Ravens wide receiver Torrey Smith reminded the youngsters about the importance of drinking milk and remaining active. The former University of Maryland star is...
  • Weed, snow, 'Phil Spector' getting eyeballs

    Weed, snow, 'Phil Spector' getting eyeballs
    This morning, Baltimore young'uns with their eyes all aglow are hoping for a snow day. Republican Senator Rand Paul, meanwhile is charitably hoping that if the glow happens to come from the burning of an illicit substance, the kids' lives won't be...
  • Eastern Shore racecar driver, 16, wins NASCAR local award

    Eastern Shore racecar driver, 16, wins NASCAR local award
    Tyler Hughes always liked to go fast. At age 3, he was powering a little go-kart around an asphalt track in a neighbor's backyard on the Eastern Shore. At 5 years old, he was whipping quarter-midget racecars around dirt tracks in Maryland and...
  • Since when are drivers who obey the law the dangerous ones?

    And now comes a whole new problem: drivers who obey the speed limits cause accidents! That habit, according to the writer from Perry Hall ("Raise the speed limit by 10 mph, then make it stick," Dec. 12), forces other people to change lanes trying to get...
  • William F. Luebberman, firefighter

    William F. Luebberman, firefighter
    William F. Luebberman, a retired Baltimore County firefighter, died Saturday of cancer at Carroll Hospice's Dove House in Westminster. The longtime Sykesville resident was 66. The son of a surveyor and an educator, William Frank Luebberman was born in...
  • Ravens have turned their return game into an art form

    Ravens have turned their return game into an art form
    To hear Jerry Rosburg describe it, it was just like listening to Beethoven tickle the ivories or watching Monet flick the final brushstrokes as the paint was drying on canvas. When Jacoby Jones fielded a punt in the first quarter of last Sunday's 13-...
  • Will sports miss military flyovers?

    Less loud and fun Matt Murschel Orlando Sentinel Military flyovers are just as much a part of major sporting events in America as beer and hot dogs. It's seems like a long-standing tradition and that's what makes sporting events, well, an event. It's...
  • Rebel Wilson "exposed," Turbo Tax day fail and the NRA's Sprint Cup sponsorship turns deadly for one NASCAR fan

    Rebel Wilson "exposed," Turbo Tax day fail and the NRA's Sprint Cup sponsorship turns deadly for one NASCAR fan
    Rebel Wilson shines, confuses and titillates while hosting last night's 2013 MTV Movie Awards as tax-paying procrastinators struggled to submit their returns on a temporarily floundering TurboTax online. In gun control news, a sadly ironic turn of...
  • Baseball, basketball, other sports put spring in the season [Commentary]

    I'm sure many of you will disagree, but this time of the year is among the best during our calendar year. The weather is slowly getting warmer most days, baseball is back, March Madness comes to its conclusion in April and NASCAR is early in its season,...
  • Allow me to introduce myself

    Allow me to introduce myself
    What’s the point of a music critic? In my case, I’m sure of what it isn’t: it’s not to obnoxiously claim “FIRST!” on an obscure basement act nor is it to boorishly write off work because it’s “just not for...
  • Wednesday morning talkers: Palin's "skwirmishes," Maryland booze, and a house that looks like Hitler

    On weekday mornings, I'll post the most controversial, shocking and (of course) ridiculous stories for your reading pleasure. That way, when you walk into work, you'll be the master of witty conversation. National • President's speech important,...
  • Organizers hope IndyCar race mingles sport, spectacle in Baltimore

    Organizers hope IndyCar race mingles sport, spectacle in Baltimore
    Pratt Street has a rich history in Baltimore lore. It's old enough that the street has been identified on city maps dating back as far as 1801. But in August of 2011, it will experience something it hasn't seen in its previous 200 years: Cars driving 185...