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Topic - Kyle Petty
Ryan Newman does not believe Tony Stewart deceived him when he released him from Stewart-Haas Racing to make room for Kevin Harvick.
Kyle Petty, the driver-turned-analyst with the unfiltered opinions, has angered someone new.
As Danica Patrick heads into the second half of her rookie Sprint Cup Series season, she's leaning on boss Tony Stewart to gauge her progress.
Danica Patrick doesn't care that Kyle Petty thinks she's better at getting attention than driving because she's heard it all before.
Kyle Petty continues to doubt Danica Patrick's future as a NASCAR driver.
The TNT portion of the NASCAR television schedule begins next week at Pocono and the network will attempt to give fans a backstage pass during its six-race run.
Kyle Petty is backing Denny Hamlin in the driver's dispute with NASCAR.
The numbers that stand out on the ARCA starting grid aren't the ones on the side of the stock cars.
Clint Bowyer doesn't need a reason to throw a party, and he already had one planned even before he won at Sonoma.
It was just a couple of fast laps for Aric Almirola and Marcos Ambrose. It was a lot more than that to NASCAR's "King."
Kyle Busch watched his No. 18 car going around the track in Texas from the team's pit box Sunday.
Michael Waltrip said it was a good thing brother Darrell wasn't around to defend himself at a charity roast. Otherwise, nobody would have gone home until the wee hours of the morning after the man nicknamed Jaws had finished responding.
Dale Earnhardt Jr. can't catch a break.
After his comments about Patrick went mainstream, Petty said he was flooded with 250 tweets an hour for a full day.