Just 3 races into the NASCAR season, Kevin Harvick is already in midseason form with a win and 2 runner-up finishes. The Sprint Cup is in Phoenix this weekend.
NASCAR stays out West this weekend with a Sprint Cup-XFinity Series doubleheader at Phoenix International Raceway. Get the whole weekend TV schedule here.
Kevin Harvick led for a race-best 142 laps and held on to win the Kobalt 400 at Las Vegas Motor Speedway on Sunday. Click here for the race results and highlights.
Jeff Gordon won the pole for the Kobalt 400, but an accident in final practice will force him into his backup car and to the back of the pack for Sunday’s start.
NASCAR heads West after opening the season in the Southeast. The early odds are out for Sunday’s Kobalt 400 at Las Vegas Motor Speedway. Check them out here.
The Formula One racing season gets started on March 15 with the Australian Grand Prix. Click here to get the entire 20-race schedule.
Joey Logano’s hot start continued. A week after winning the Daytona 500, he’ll start on the pole for Sunday’s race in Atlanta. Get all the race info here.
In his final Daytona 500, Jeff Gordon was involved in a 7-car wreck on the last lap. Check it out here.
Chandra Janway is a former model who is married to one of the most successful NASCAR drivers of all-time in Jimmie Johnson. Take a look at some of her best photos here.
The Daytona 500 was a clean race until a quarter of the way through when Tony Stewart smacked into the wall and banged up the front right of his car. Watch it here.
On the tracks since age 6, Joey Logano has quickly risen to become one of the most consistent drivers at the highest level of stock car racing.
The NASCAR season is upon us with the 57th running of the historic Daytona 500. FOX has the television coverage, but you can also watch online and on your mobile device.
Coming off a tragic and ineffective 2014, Tony Stewart is hoping for a bounceback year beginning at Daytona, the site of his first-ever Sprint Cup race in 1999.
Kyle Busch’s 2015 season got off to a rough start. An ugly crash the night before the Daytona 500 knocked him out of Sunday’s season-opener.
Kyle Busch is out of Sunday’s Daytona 500 after smashing into an inside wall and injuring his leg Saturday night in the Xfinity Series race.