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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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  • Grand prix: Maybe Baltimore's not the right place for car racing

    Baltimore and/or Maryland has very limited experience when it comes to automobile racing as compared to all our surrounding states. Look at the Formula One project that hopes to get underway next year in Austin, Texas. Or you may want to look to the...
  • Huge sums for stadiums, crumbs for racing?

    It seems strange that the city and state can build a new baseball, football and basketball stadiums, propose dollars for horse racing and yet fail to support auto racing. Compared to the millions that were spent for stadiums, the amount owed for the...
  • Face it: Bet goes bad for Kenseth

    The best story from testing at Daytona involves a beard and a bet. Matt Kenseth was among the invited guests for a New Year's Eve '70s party at Dale Earnhardt Jr.'s house. In the heat of the festive moment, Junior bet Kenseth he couldn't keep a beard...
  • Stewart's split decision

    CONCORD. N.C. — Breakups are always complicated. You rarely leave on equal terms. It seems one party initiates the split. Irreconcilable differences, anyone? That's how it went down with Tony Stewart and Darian Grubb last season. Stewart told...
  • Patrick 'dedicated' to NASCAR future

    Is there any question NASCAR's "It Girl" is serious about hanging with the big boys? News flash: Danica Patrick is skipping the Indianapolis 500 to race in the Coca-Cola 600 in May. That shows a serious level of engagement for Patrick, who has dabbled...
  • He's driven to succeed

    CONCORD, N.C. — Every athlete or coach who has dogged the media would be wise to chat with Brad Keselowski for a few minutes. He would tell them the obvious: It's easier to make honey with reporters than to throw sour grapes at them. Metaphorically...
  • Ocean City will hold powerboat races Sunday

    Ocean City will hold powerboat races Sunday
    Powerboat racing has been compared with NASCAR or Indy car racing. It's not only wetter, but it can be wilder, according to Ed Smith, president of the New Jersey-based Offshore Powerboat Association. "You're dealing with Mother Nature," Smith said....
  • Kentucky Speedway has parking solution

    DAYTONA, Fla. — Kentucky Speedway officials are trying to make nice after the horrendous parking snafus that plagued the Sprint Cup race there last June in Sparta, Ky. "We had a little traffic problem," Bruton Smith, chairman and CEO of Speedway...
  • CEO puts on positive spin

    When the biggest news in the offseason is an announcement that NASCAR will no longer keep fines to teams and drivers hush-hush, the sport appears in strong shape for the long run of 2012 that begins shortly in Daytona Beach. Nothing is broken, so why try...
  • Old-timers set to get back on the track

    As the days tick away for the start of a fresh season at Daytona International Speedway, there still will be moments of old-school reverence at the fabled superspeedway. Welcome back, Ward Burton. We'll see you soon, too, Bill Elliott. Both "old-...
  • Armchair fishing aims to hook fans

    Armchair fishing aims to hook fans
    Boyd Duckett grew up a NASCAR fan in North Carolina, played golf on some minitours in Alabama and Mississippi, and has spent the past decade as one of the country's top professional bass fishermen. So he knows something about niche sports and their...
  • Horrific traffic, worse attitude

    Rule No. 1 of customer service is to make sincere amends as quickly as possible to avoid alienating the paying public. Then there's rule No. 2, established exclusively by Bruton Smith. Act like an arrogant, insensitive boor. Instead of doing the...