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Latest Tony Stewart Items
Juan Pablo Montoya prefers running up front, and it grates on him when he doesn't.
You can't wipe the smile off the face of Dale Earnhardt Jr., not even at a road course.
Since a blown engine knocked him out of the Daytona 500 to start the Sprint Cup season, it's taken Jeff Gordon 20 races to drive into contention for NASCAR's postseason.
Days after he was dumped by Penske Racing, A.J. Allmendinger found plenty of support from the drivers in the garage.
Dale Earnhardt Jr. is back on top in NASCAR in something other than a most popular driver poll.
Denny Hamlin figures this weekend is when NASCAR's real championship contenders begin to separate themselves from the pack. He thinks he's part of that group _ and he's off to a pretty good start.
Carl Edwards qualified second and Joey Logano third for Sunday's Brickyard 400, unfamiliar territory for both.
Denny Hamlin figures this weekend is when NASCAR's real championship contenders begin to separate themselves from the pack. He thinks he's part of that group — and he's off to a pretty good start.
Carl Edwards' crew chief stepped down Tuesday, 19 races removed from a disheartening defeat in last year's championship race.