Thursday April 17, 2014
  • Wallace showing improvement in Truck Series
  • Darrell Wallace Jr. was the first black driver to win a NASCAR race since the 1960s when he took the checkered flag in a Truck Series race at Martinsville last year.

  • Trouble in the camp: Joe Gibbs Racing drivers seeking speed
  • A look at Joe Gibbs Racing reveals that the normally powerful organization has largely struggled over the first eight races. The same is true for Toyota as a whole, Larry Mac opines.

  • Growing pains: Kwasniewski plodding through first Nationwide season
  • The two-time NASCAR K&N Pro Series champ began his Nationwide Series career by winning the pole and finishing eighth at Daytona. But since that February weekend, reality has come calling.

  • VP of multicultural development leaving NASCAR
  • NASCAR announced today that Marcus Jadotte, vice president of public affairs and multicultural development, will be leaving the organization.

  • Darlington Teardown: Taking the high line around the Lady in Black
  • The NASCAR Sprint Cup Series raced at Darlington Raceway last weekend.

  • Roller coaster ride: Hammond discusses Harvick's up and down 2014
  • Jeff Hammond discusses Kevin Harvick's up and down 2014 NASCAR Sprint Cup Series season.

  • Larry Mac's notebook: Who needs NASCAR's off weekend?
  • Larry McReynolds discusses the drivers that are ready for the NASCAR Sprint Cup Series off weekend.

  • Point to prove: Motivation a big factor in Harvick's early success
  • The driver nicknamed 'Happy' has won two of the season's first eight races with his new team at Stewart-Haas Racing. Is this the year he silences his critics and wins an elusive first championship?

  • Sprint Cup Series qualifying at Talladega to air on FOX
  • NASCAR ramped up its pre-race excitement level for the 2014 season, making qualifying more relevant and much more entertaining by introducing a highly competitive "knockout" system, beginning with 43-plus race cars on the track at the same time at tracks 1.25 miles or longer.

  • Photos: Biggest crashes of the 2014 NASCAR season ... so far
  • The Sprint Cup Series is off this week. Take a look back at the biggest crashes of the 2014 season ... so far. 

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