NASCAR's most popular driver, who turns 42 in October, won't be swayed by others' decisions to hang it up.
CHARLOTTE, N.C. (AP) NASCAR has agreed on a franchise-like system with its team owners, one in which owning a team will now provide actual value.
After an impressive 2015 season, including Kyle Busch's championship run, JGR looks to run even better in 2016.
Michael Waltrip Racing is closed for business but the team's majority owner, Rob Kauffman, has a plan to make millions from his investment.
There are multiple compelling reasons why NASCAR's new charter system is the right idea.
In one of the most significant announcements in NASCAR history, chairman and CEO Brian France confirmed that a deal has been struck between the sanctioning body and the Sprint Cup team owners to create a charter system.
Daytona Speedweeks are almost here, and that means it's time for the first FOXSports.com Power Rankings of 2016.
Jamie McMurray will have a new McDonald's paint scheme for Saturday night's Sprint Unlimited on FOX. Check it out.
When it comes to chronicling the history of the No. 12 car in NASCAR's top national touring series, the names of two drivers tower far above all the rest.
After a surprise run to the Championship 4 last season, Furniture Row seeks to improve upon 2015 with a manufacturer switch.
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