Thursday November 26, 2015
  • Tom Jensen: With 2015 NASCAR season in the books, 10 things I'm thankful for
  • In honor of Thanksgiving, here are 10 things that NASCAR editor Tom Jensen is thankful for this holiday season.

  • After last race, Jeff Gordon gives special invitation to dedicated longtime fan
  • Jeff Gordon invited a longtime fan -- whom he just happened to run into -- to join him for his final press conference as a Sprint Cup Series driver.

  • Mac attack: Review Jamie McMurray's vast array of 2015 paint schemes
  • Beginning this week, is looking back on the paint schemes used in 2015 by the top 35 drivers in final Sprint Cup Series points. We start here with Jamie McMurray, the driver of car No. 1.

  • History of the No. 1: Drivers who've raced and won with it
  • The list of drivers who have been behind the wheel of the No. 1 for at least one race is impressive.

  • All decked out: XFINITY, Truck series stars hit the red carpet
  • The stars of the NASCAR XFINITY Series and NASCAR Camping World Truck Series gathered Monday night at the Westin Diplomat in Hollywood, Florida for their season-ending awards banquet. Check out the best images from the fancy black-tie, cocktail-dress affair.

  • Jeff Gordon: A Legacy to Remember
  • 'NASCAR Race Hub' takes a look back at the career of Jeff Gordon and how he changed the sport forever.

  • A History of NASCAR Champions Who Missed Races
  • It may seem odd that Kyle Busch missed 11 races and still took home the 2015 NASCAR Sprint Cup title, but the history books paint a completely different story.

  • Larry Mac: The biggest surprises of the 2015 NASCAR Sprint Cup Series season
  • Not surprisingly, Larry McReynolds' top surprises of 2015 center around the Championship 4.

  • Newly minted champ Kyle Busch to undergo two surgeries in December
  • Kyle Busch says he's trying to get two surgeries performed on the same day.

  • 2016 Sprint Cup 'Championship 4' Picks
  • Adam Alexander and Drew Blickensderfer pick who will take home the championship in 2016.


    Daytona_Intl_Speedway (54K) Superspeedways are oval racetracks that are greater than two miles in length. The two most famous superspeedways are the Daytona International Speedway and the Indianapolis Motor Speedway. In 1988 after a few horrific crashes at both Daytona and Talladega NASCAR introduced the restrictor plate for each of the respected tracks. The reduced power affects not only the maximum speed reached by the cars but the time it takes them to achieve their full speed as well, which can be nearly one full lap of the track. The racing seen at superspeedways today is extremely tight; often in rows of three or four cars wide, and sometimes even 5 wide on the straightaways throughout most of the field, as the tracks are wide enough to permit such racing. Today The NASCAR Sprint Cup Series runs on 6 Superspeedway Race Tracks. Follow the links below to learn more about each Superspeedway race track.



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