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Jimmie Johnson is lapping the field.
Jeff Gordon is proud he has reached 700 straight Sprint Cup starts. He's even prouder he has accomplished the feat while still near the top of the sport, which he proved again Saturday night with a third-place finish at Darlington Raceway.
Kurt Busch ended up on top at Darlington Raceway a week after finishing upside-down at Talladega.
Steady rain Saturday washed out qualifying at Talladega Superspeedway, where the field was set by practice speeds.
With an impressive resume and a family, Jeff Gordon isn't sure he would keep racing if he'd sustained the same injury that befell Denny Hamlin. At the least, Gordon wouldn't rush back to the track.
Denny Hamlin ran 16 laps at full speed Friday, turned his car over to Brian Vickers and then didn't exactly rule himself out of running a full race this weekend as he recovers from a back injury.
NASCAR had the perfect combination for the start of Tuesday's tire test in Indianapolis.
Matt Kenseth didn't wait long to get his pole award back.
Jeff Gordon learned his lesson over time. So did Jimmie Johnson and Matt Kenseth.
If garage gossip is to be believed, somebody dropped a dime on NASCAR champion Brad Keselowski and his Penske Racing team at Texas Motor Speedway.
Jeff Gordon usually is eating in these days _ in the infield, that is.
Jeff Gordon is well-versed in reading Dr. Seuss' "Mr. Brown Can Moo! Can You?" to his own two small children.
Talladega Superspeedway is teaming with Jeff Gordon to help the four-time NASCAR champion's push to raise funds for pediatric cancer research.
Jeff Gordon arrived at Martinsville Speedway 18th in the points race after five events and badly in need of a good finish at a track where he has been one of the top performers in history.
Jimmie Johnson led a career-best 346 laps Sunday and pulled away on a restart with eight laps to go for his eighth career victory at Martinsville Speedway on Sunday.
Gordon admits he feels frustrated at times when the wins don't come as quickly as in the past.
Gordon said Hendrick chose to take a chance on a young, untested driver and surrounded him with talented crew chiefs, mechanics and pit staff to make the No. 24 car successful.