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NASCAR's two fastest tracks are re-enforcing crossover gates in the wake of the Feb. 23 accident at Daytona International Speedway that injured nearly 30 spectators.
Kevin Harvick ditched the victory burnout for a sloshy slide into home plate.
NASCAR has a zero tolerance policy when it comes to engines, tires and fuel on a race car. Anything even slightly improper is dealt with swiftly and severely. NASCAR always throws the book at offenders.
Kyle Larson can't wait for the day the talk is solely about his skills as a driver and not the crashes or close calls that have tainted his rookie season in the Nationwide Series.
Young Kyle Larson's seen a lot in his rookie season. He's never seen anything like Darlington Raceway.
NASCAR driver Michael Annett was released from a hospital Friday following surgery to repair a fractured and dislocated sternum.
Kyle Larson won't have a second thought about getting back in a race car following his frightening crash at Daytona International Speedway.
More than two dozen fans were injured Saturday when Larson's car sailed into the fence on the final lap of the Nationwide Series race and debris — including a tire — flew into the grandstands.
Tony Stewart dealt with more Daytona 500 heartache.