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Topic - Charlotte Motor Speedway
NASCAR took the final step toward setting its 2014 rules package with a critical test session Wednesday at Charlotte Motor Speedway.
NASCAR continues to work on improving its on-track product, an endeavor chairman Brian France takes so seriously he plans to attend Monday's test at Charlotte Motor Speedway.
NASCAR told its competitors Thursday it is considering eliminating single-car qualifying next season in an overhaul that would likely implement road course-style qualifying at all but two tracks.
Aric Almirola has a fast car.
A six-car NASCAR test at Charlotte Motor Speedway focused on the aerodynamic package for 1.5-mile tracks.
It was just another surreal moment in this disappointing season for defending champion Brad Keselowski.
Pennzoil announced Saturday it has donated three new retrofitted Toyota vehicles to three veterans as part of its continued relationship with the Paralyzed Veterans of America.
Roger Penske, needing nothing short of a miracle for Helio Castroneves to win the IndyCar title in next week's season finale, will run a third car for AJ Allmendinger in what's presumed to be a strategic move to aid their championship chances.
If Brad Keselowski is trying to play mind games with Kyle Busch in an effort to derail Busch's championship chances, Joe Gibbs doesn't believe his driver can be rattled on the race track.
Clint Bowyer sent out a warning on Twitter to daredevil Nick Wallenda before his tightrope walk Saturday night at Charlotte Motor Speedway.
Kyle Larson can't be goaded into setting an unreasonable expectation for his Sprint Cup debut.
When Ty Field-Smalley killed himself in 2010, his parents devoted themselves to educating others about the dangers of bullying.
Travis Kvapil said he was embarrassed by his arrest on charges of misdemeanor assault and false imprisonment against his wife.
Jeff Gordon is feeling rejuvenated as the NASCAR Sprint Cup season winds down.
Ashley Stremme, the wife of NASCAR driver David Stremme, won the Better Half Dash at Charlotte Motor Speedway on Thursday night.