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Latest Bruton Smith Items
With just over three weeks remaining until the debut of the Gen-6 race car, NASCAR is convinced its product will be better this season.
Formula One, the world's most popular motorsport, is trying once again to conquer its final frontier: the United States. This time, the Europeans aim to make it stick.
Brad Keselowski held off Kyle Busch on one late restart, and Jimmie Johnson on another. Doing it a third time was just too much to ask during a tense closing sequence at Texas Motor Speedway.
Denny Hamlin moved toward the top seed in NASCAR's championship race by using a calculated late pass to win for the first time at Bristol Motor Speedway.
With a two-handed toss of his helmet, Tony Stewart brought back everything that had been missing at Bristol Motor Speedway.
Kyle Busch has three races remaining to claim a spot in the 12-driver Chase for the Sprint Cup championship.
Bruton Smith has an idea how to create more excitement in NASCAR.
Getting into Kentucky Speedway wasn't the biggest race this time.
Flanked by billboards declaring "Fans Spoke ... We Listened," track operator Bruton Smith unveiled changes Wednesday to Bristol Motor Speedway that he believes will return the excitement to the once-beloved bullring.