Today's NASCAR News
Tony Stewart spoke to the media and claims the crash involving he and Kevin Ward Jr. was an accident and not intentional
A grand jury in upstate New York has spoken: Tony Stewart will not face criminal charges in the death of fellow race-car driver Kevin Ward, Jr.
NASCAR driver Tony Stewart killed another driver in a crash last month and the news has just been released that he will not be indicted on criminal charges. According to the Viv Bernstein of the New York Times, a grand
Tony Stewart killed someone, we saw it on tape, he's being investigated, and NASCAR has done nothing. Where is the public outrage?
NASCAR’s No. 2 series is changing its name from Nationwide to Xfinity starting next season. The new sponsorship deal comes at the same time as NBC joins Fox as the new broadcast partner for NASCAR. Nationwide, which served as
Speaking quietly and his voice trembling, NASCAR superstar Tony Stewart said Friday that the death of Kevin Ward Jr. will “affect my life forever” as he returned to the track for the first time since his car struck and
The 2015 NASCAR season will begin and end in Florida again next season. Things get going with the traditional Daytona Speed-week starting February 14th and it ends in Florida on November 22nd in Homestead-Miami. A couple of other big
NASCAR has announced a new rule that says you aren't allowed to exit your car if and when you crash. This comes on the heels of
Tony Stewart could still face criminal charges for running down Kevin Ward Jr. with his sprint car, even if the three-time
Kevin Ward Sr., the father of the man who was tragically hit and killed by Tony Stewart during the Sprint car race Saturday gave his side