Management of Mazda Raceway Laguna Seca is taking a grassroots approach in hopes of keeping the circuit from coming under the control of International Speedway Corporation, a company owned by NASCAR's France family.
Dale Earnhardt Jr. moved up the NASCAR driver's rankings with a victory in the Coke Zero 400, but as the group of cars crossed the finish line, there was a massive crash behind him. The worst of the wrecks was from Austin Dillon who flipped into the catch fence but walked away.
Danica Patric needs to find a new racing sponsor for the 2016 Sprint Cup season because her longtime partner GoDaddy is leaving the sport to focus on international markets. She may still remain a spokesperson for the company, though.
A teenager from New Jersey is hoping to turn his position as a virtual racing champion in the game iRacing into a real-world shot at stock-car competition. Yahoo Autos took him to Las Vegas Motor Speedway to drive an actual racecar for the first time.
NASCAR driver Kurt Busch has been reinstated to racing effective immediately. He remains under indefinite probation and must enter a treatment program. Despite missing some events this season, Busch is also still being allowed to compete in The Chase.
NASCAR driver Kyle Busch suffered a fractured leg yesterday at Daytona during the 112th lap of the Alert Today Florida 300, the season-opening race of the 2015 NASCAR XFINITY Series. Busch will miss the Daytona 500.
NASCAR has officially suspended Kurt Busch indefinitely after he was found in violation of two specific clauses in the stock racing rulebook stemming from the domestic violence case against him in Delaware. He will not race in the Daytona 500.
Lawyers for NASCAR driver Kurt Busch claim his former girlfriend Patricia Driscoll lied under oath in their final written arguments in the case. Driscoll is requesting a no-contact order against the 2004 champion after he allegedly assaulted her in his motorhome following a race in Delaware in September 2014.
Rugged comedian Nick Offerman has a new ad for NASCAR races airing on NBC featuring a hilarious tune about how the sport keeps Americans from getting too soft. Plus, those who watch races from the track have plenty of grilled meat and beer to enjoy.
Jeff Gordon has confirmed that this will be his last NASCAR Sprint Cup series. Gordon made the official announcement to his team at the No. 24 Hendrick Motorsports headquarters Thursday. However, Gordon is refraining from using the word "retire," as he plans "to stay extremely busy in the years ahead."